Do you have secondary teaching experience, teaching Science and working in a challenging yet rewarding environment?
We are working in partnership with a diverse upper school which prides itself as being a school where students have a fulfilling and enjoyable learning experience. The key candidate will need to be able to teach the GCSE curriculum of Physics, Biology and Chemistry.
The right candidate will teach Science to students of all abilities, such that they achieve their potential, and raise the level of achievement for all students.
You will need to contribute to the team’s development of an exciting and challenging curriculum, which will meet the needs of KS3 and KS4 students.
Extra-curricular activities are a large part of the academic and cultural life of the school. The role has an excellent opportunity to build on this. The right candidate will build and maintain a good relationship with students and parents, including attendance at parent-teacher consultations.
Marking, assessment, record-keeping, reporting and target-setting are key points of this role, all whilst ensuring all relevant meetings are attended.
The position is for a secondary teacher starting after the Easter half term 2019, with the view to becoming a permanent position for the right candidate. The ideal candidate will be flexible, proactive and have experience teaching across the secondary curriculum.
Working in partnership with Reed Education, you will receive:
• Ongoing personalised support with an experienced SEN recruitment consultant who is also an ex-teacher.
• Regular and tailored provision of day-to-day, long-term and permanent work.
• Extremely competitive rates of pay.
• Professional CPD.
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