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Oxbridge Success Results 2018
Woodhouse College
Oxbridge Success Results 2018

Drama & Theatre Teacher

Part-time Drama & Theatre Teacher

Starting August / September 2019

The College invites applications from well-qualified and enthusiastic A level teachers for this part-time (0.4), permanent position.  The working days are likely to be on two consecutive days per week.  This is an exciting opportunity to work for this friendly and very successful department.  NQTs are welcome to apply.

Salaries will be on the sixth form college teacher salary scale between £24,947 and £38,748 pro-rata depending on experience, plus London Weighting £2,533 per annum pro-rata, with pay award pending.

Closing date for applications is Thursday 28 February 2019 at NOON

The College is committed to equality and diversity. We encourage applications from minority ethnic groups which are currently underrepresented.  The College is committed to safeguarding and the promotion of the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults.

The College is a member of The Maple Group of leading sixth form colleges in England


Please click on the following link to access the teaching staff job description:

1. Honours degree in Drama or related subject.

2. PGCE or equivalent post-16 teaching qualification.

3. Evidence of successful teaching experience in A level Drama.

4. Enthusiasm for all aspects of Drama, both practical and academic, and the ability to convey that enthusiasm in A level teaching.

5. Excellent classroom and theatre skills that demonstrate effective differentiation, assessment for learning and give rise to high quality learning.

6. The ability to choose and implement successful intervention strategies to improve the progress for students who need them.

7. A commitment to contribute positively to the work of the department by sharing approaches, ideas and resources.

8. Confidence and competence in assessing all elements of the syllabus in order to guide students to achieving the highest grades

9. Skilled in using assessment data and prior learning to inform planning.

10. Good behaviour management skills.

11. Excellent communication and interpersonal skills / team working.

12. Understanding of and commitment to equality and diversity in practice.

13. Commitment to safeguarding the interests and needs of young people.

For further information about the College, the Theatre Studies department, and for downloadable documents, please go to the following links: 


If you require any further information or you'd like assistance, please don't hesitate to contact personnel@woodhouse.ac.uk or call 020 8492 8228 to speak to a member of the personnel team.