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High School Teachers - Full time (English & Arts), Part time (Chemistry)

Al-Qalam Primary & High School, City of Glasgow

Vacancy details

Please apply before 12/08/2019 at 11:59 pm

159 Nithsdale Road, Glasgow, G41 5QS

S Sarguroh
Curriculum Leader


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Vacancy Description / Summary

Al-Qalam School is looking for GTCS Registered Secondary School Teacher. Candidates who can deliver English and Arts will be preferred.

Qalam Academy is one of Scotland’s innovative schools with a vision of developing effective delivery methodologies around Scottish Curriculum for Excellence.

It's high school covers the six SQA subjects of Business Management, Administration, Accounts, Computing Science, Media Studies & Graphics Communication, using its unique 3-D approach connecting Corporate Industry Sectors, Business Management and Technology.

We are seeking an enthusiastic and passionate teacher who is willing to take challenges and lead the way to innovating teaching methodologies. We are a very flexible and collaborative school. Candidates must have a can-do attitude.

All our staff actively share good practices and are the core drivers for the success of our school. Candidates will find the school atmosphere friendly, social and accommodating.

The school may consider candidates who wish to work part-time.

Interested candidates must send CV to
Attention of: S Sarguroh
+44 (0) 141 2372236

About the School

An Independent Primary School delivering primary and secondary education based on Scottish Curriculum for Excellence with Islamic Education.

Qalam Academy aims to provide educational excellence at all levels within a safe and secure Islamic environment for all. We aim to ensure pupils develop a broad knowledge and understanding of areas of excellence.

The school has recently opened a second site in Edinburgh and uses innovative technology to ensure effective collaboration.
Since its inception, the school has developed a methodology around Scottish Curriculum for Excellence and uses collaborative tools allowing network schools to share good practices.

The school is keen to innovate its learning and teaching experiences.