6 Important Skills For Your Teaching CV

By Andrew Fennell

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When searching for a top teaching role, you need a brilliant CV to get the attention of school employers and recruitment agencies. To do that you need some essential skills for teaching highlighted on your CV.

Make sure you show you can manage a classroom. It’s best to provide examples of how you can do this with evidence from past positions. Planning is crucial too so do show you have a fantastic attention to detail, and you have previous experience planning lessons or events. Exams and lessons play an essential part in any education, so you do need to show an ability to monitor performance, tracking a child’s development. Teachers need to have a great level of knowledge in their chosen subject. As such knowledge of the curriculum should be shown on your CV. Of course, a teacher's role extends beyond the classroom. You need to show you can connect with parents building up solid relationships for support. Finally, all employers will want to know that teachers can keep children safe you need an excellent track record for taking care of welfare in previous roles.

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