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Subject Leader - Geography

Job Description

Dunbar Education are assisting an ofsted Good school based in Haringey who are looking for a Subject Leader for Geography to join them in September. Apply for this position today with out an applicatoin form.

Contact: Permanent, Full Time

Salary: £34,502 - £53,482 (MPS/UPS) + TLR2 (Inner London pay)

Location: Haringey

Role: Subject Leader for Geography

We are currently seeking a highly qualified and experienced Subject Leader for Geography. As the Subject Leader, you will play a pivotal role in shaping and delivering an outstanding Geography curriculum and leading a team of passionate educators. This is a full-time and permanent position that offers a fantastic opportunity for career progression and professional development.


Curriculum Leadership:

  1. Develop and implement a dynamic and engaging Geography curriculum, ensuring alignment with national standards and the school's educational philosophy.
  2. Lead the planning, sequencing, and assessment of the Geography curriculum across all key stages, taking into account the needs and abilities of students.
  3. Foster a culture of high expectations and continuous improvement, promoting innovation, and sharing best practices among the Geography department.
  4. Monitor and evaluate the effectiveness of the Geography curriculum, making adjustments as necessary to ensure optimal student learning outcomes.
  5. Keep abreast of educational developments and initiatives related to Geography, implementing changes and enhancements accordingly.
  6. Provide effective leadership and management to the Geography department, inspiring and motivating staff to deliver exceptional teaching and learning experiences.
  1. Support and mentor colleagues within the department, facilitating their professional development and growth.
  2. Conduct regular performance reviews, setting goals, providing constructive feedback, and identifying opportunities for further development.
  3. Foster a collaborative and supportive working environment within the department, encouraging teamwork and effective communication.
  4. Coordinate departmental meetings and contribute to whole-school meetings, sharing updates, and participating in strategic planning.
  5. 11. Teach Geography to students across different key stages, delivering high-quality lessons that promote engagement, critical thinking, and academic achievement.
  1. Set high standards for teaching and learning within the department, modeling exemplary instructional practices and providing guidance to colleagues.
  2. Monitor and evaluate the quality of teaching and learning in the Geography department, conducting regular observations, and providing feedback and support.
  3. Implement strategies to support students with diverse learning needs, ensuring inclusivity and promoting academic progress for all students.
  4. Collaborate with colleagues to design and implement effective assessment strategies and monitor student progress, providing timely and constructive feedback.
  5. 6. Establish and maintain positive relationships with parents/guardians, promoting effective communication and involvement in students' learning.
  1. Collaborate with external organizations, community groups, and other educational institutions to enhance the provision of Geography education.
  2. Represent the school at relevant meetings, conferences, and events, staying informed about local and national developments in Geography education.


  1. Qualified Teacher Status (QTS) or equivalent, with a relevant degree in Geography or a related field.
  2. Extensive experience teaching Geography across different key stages, with a proven track record of delivering outstanding results.
  3. Strong leadership and management skills, with the ability to inspire and motivate a team of educators.
  4. Excellent knowledge of the national curriculum for Geography and current educational practices.
  5. Demonstrated commitment to continuous professional development and keeping up-to-date with the latest developments in Geography education.
  6. Effective communication and interpersonal skills, with the ability to build positive relationships with staff, students, parents/guardians, and external stakeholders.
  7. Outstanding organizational and time management abilities, with the capacity to handle multiple responsibilities and meet deadlines.
  8. Visionary and innovative mindset, with the ability to drive positive change and improvement within the department.

If you are an exceptional Geography educator with strong leadership skills and a passion for fostering student achievement, we encourage you to apply for this exciting opportunity.

For more information about the school or role please get in touch with Daisy O'Toole on 07361588305 or email daisy-

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