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Physics Teacher

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Physics Teacher Required

  • £600 - £750 per week (PAYE not through an umbrella company)
  • Planning and delivering Physics at KS3 and KS4
  • January 2018 start

Teaching Personnel are working on the behalf of a secondary school located in Derby who are looking for a Physics teacher from January 2018. The position is offered at either part time or full time and will be for one term, however, the successful candidate will be able to apply for the permanent post within the school.

This vacancy is designed for a reliable and intelligent Physics Teacher who is able to promote a love of learning and intellectual curiosity whilst delivering excellent exam results. You will be an able Physics Teacher who can instill confidence amongst your students and help develop the school's curriculum in line with national expectations. It is essential for you to possess a passion for teaching which is reflected in your ever-positive classroom demeanor.

The school quotes, 'We aim not only to teach, but we aim to inspire a passion for learning that remains with our pupils throughout their lives. Combining intellectual challenge with a real breadth of experiences, we encourage each pupil to harness their strengths, work on their weaknesses, and realise their full potential. An education with us provides a strong basis for higher education, for a subsequent career and for a rounded life, whilst having fun and being happy in our school environment'.

Suitable candidates must have a child workforce DBS on the update service or be willing to obtain one, and will be paid through a PAYE system and not through an umbrella company, meaning Teaching Personnel do not pass on any costs to their employees.

To apply for this position, please contact Siobhan Pearson on 0115 845 6408, or email Siobhan.pearson@teachingpersonnel.com
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