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ICT Teacher – Secondary

IT/Computing Teacher Required – Long Term

Due to the recent teacher shortage, Supply Desk are inundated with calls for Long Term & Permeant teachers to start ASAP.

We are currently recruiting for IT/Computing Vacancies.

If you are a History teacher and you are looking for a new position/opportunity please get in contact.

The role is Long Term, from Easter.  This post is based in Boston, Lincolnshire.

It is a full time role, 5 days a week you will be expected to complete the duties of a permanent teacher, although the IT Department in the school are very supportive and will be happy to assist and help you fit right into the school.

You must be a Good – Outstanding teacher and willing to commit to the full time role. You will be working with KS3 & KS4 (11-16) and there may be the opportunity to work with 6th form students too.

Your duties will be fully outlined upon interview but you can expect;

  • To mark & plan all lessons
  • To work alongside the IT Dep to come up with new learning styles
  • To enthuse & inspire pupils
  • To report back to head of department
  • To attend any parents evenings & complete reports on your pupils
  • To ensure you are aware of developments within IT teaching

If you are interested in this role please get in touch as the school are looking for someone to start after easter (but they are willing to start earlier).

Please note this is mps/ups and not Leadership Scale as shown.

Send your CV to paul.cambell@supplydesk.co.uk or call Paul on 01724 843443.


To apply for this role you must be a qualified teacher and hold your QTS/QTLS status & have 6 weeks or more UK experience. You must be willing to undergo SupplyDesk’s clearance process before we can put you forward to the postion. 

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