Calling all Science Trainee Teachers currently training on PGCE or SCITT this academic year and looking for NQT induction year to start July or September!
A fantastic Science NQT opportunity has just arisen at an outstanding school located in East London with a leading NQT training programme that will set you on your way to becoming an outstanding teacher.
** Available to any Science Trainee Teacher currently studying on PGCE/SCITT
** Science Teacher NQT post that caters for any specialism - Chemistry/Biology/Physics
** Well-established and highly regarded NQT programme that consistently yields excellent results
** 11-19 school with Sixth Form so opportunity to develop your teaching at A Level as well
** Possibility of July start and immediately on M2 inner London pay as Science Teacher NQT
This outstanding inner London school are looking to interview during February to appoint a Science NQT to complete their NQT induction next year with a view to building a thriving teaching career at the school. The school is renowned for organic growth, many of the NQTs have gone on into middle management and even senior leadership at the school.
This is an excellent opportunity to be trained within a highly skilled department and become the best that you can be. Every year the school nurtures several NQTs so you can be assured that you will be joining a school where your career will flourish. You will join a well-established Science department where all teachers are looking to develop their practice further and share their knowledge.
This is a great environment for a Science Teacher NQT to learn their trade in the first year of teaching and an opportunity that should not be missed! If you are a motivated and ambitious trainee teacher and looking to secure your induction year for next year please send your CV for consideration immediately.
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