Geography Teacher : Part-time Sept 2019

Jun 11, 2019 by

Islamia Girls School Published: 11 June 2019
London, United Kingdom
Job Type
How to Apply
Application form and CV
Compensation Range
Negotiable - dependent upon experience and qualifications


Position:  Geography Teacher

Contract type:  Permanent, part-time

Timings:  Three days per week, 0820 - 1620 (40 hours per week)

Commencement:  September 2019

Location:  Islamia Girls' School

Salary:  Negotiable and dependent upon experience and qualifications.

You will be able to demonstrate a track record of achievement. Your previous years of experience in teaching this subject would have been at a secondary level, having obtained consistently good GCSE results and progress from your students.

If you have a spark and passion for your subject, can be an inspirational Teacher and contributor to daily life within our school and respectful to its ethos, then please complete the attached application form, and email together with your CV to


For safeguarding purposes, any offer is subject to receiving the following information in advance:

  1.  A satisfactory enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service Check (DBS)
  2.  Two satisfactory professional references

The role is subject to the successful completion of a one-year probationary period which commences at the start of employment.

We are an equal opportunities employer and welcome applications from all suitably qualified candidates.

About The Organisation:

Following the success of our Primary School, Islamia Girls’ Secondary School was founded in 1989 and with the growing demand for a similar boys secondary school, Brondesbury College (for Boys) was founded 1996.

Both our secondary schools have grown from strength to strength and have been recognised as being ‘Outstanding’ during their recent Ofsted inspections with excellent GCSE results year on year.

Our schools are situated in the leafy area of Brondesbury Park and Queens Park.  We are easily accessible with direct rail links at Brondesbury Park Station (overground) and Queens Park Station (underground) in addition to various bus routes.

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