We’re looking for expressions of interest from teachers to work with our curriculum partners later this year.
There will be two main roles; teaching resource creators will build new lesson planning and teaching resources, whilst teaching resource reviewers will oversee the creation, using their subject expertise.
“If you’re considering working with Oak’s new curriculum partners to create teaching resources, I can promise you it will be an enlightening and incredible experience.”
We’re still working through the details of exactly how many opportunities there will be in each subject. These paid roles may be full or part time, with further detail shared by our curriculum partners soon.
You’ll receive expert and in-depth training to develop your existing expertise in lesson planning and resource design that you can take back to the classroom.
You’ll also have the opportunity to collaborate with a wide network of education professionals and teachers from across the country, and be paid for your time.
Do you have QTS and 3+ years of direct experience of teaching in a school?
We're looking for candidates from the following disciplines to assist our partners in the creation and review of new lesson planning and teaching resources:
What we can offer you
- Significant learning and development that you can take back into the classroom
- The opportunity to grow and enhance your professional network
At the moment, we're gathering expression of interests and we'll be in touch with more detail very soon.
Oak always was made by teachers, and our lesson resources always will be, by teachers, for teachers.
If you’re interested in getting involved to continue shaping Oak to support other professionals and develop our new, exciting curriculum, we’d love to hear from you.