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Qualified Teacher of Science for September 2019

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Job description

The school based on the outskirts of Southampton in Hampshire are looking to appoint a passionate, inspirational and ambitious Teacher of Science to join their already expert and highly qualified team of practitioners and support staff for September 2019. The department boasts excellent facilities after undergoing a renovation of the laboratories and has recently been reviewed by the trust as a strong well-led department. With this is mind, the head of department is looking for someone who can confidently teach across all of the sciences to both KS3 and KS4 to an high standard as well as enrich the science curriculum with their own refreshing expertise, approaches to pedagogy and enthusiasm.

The department is set up to welcome either an NQT or more experienced teacher. The school has an excellent support and CPD programme ran by a well respected assistant principal. The successful candidate should be keen to develop their teaching and learning, whatever stage of their career. You must be passionate, resilient and be whiling to take risks by putting science into real life contexts to help motivate students in the classroom and beyond. The department offers a fantastic extra curriculum programme of which you should take an active part in sharing new ideas and energy.

The school is considered to be a good school in all areas and strive for excellence amongst students and staff alike. The provide excellent provision to curriculum access for all of their students and value strong relationships with parents and carers.

If you are passionate about delivering exciting and innovative Science lessons, and have the ability to engage young people in enriching their lives - then we would love to receive an application from you.

All applicants will require the appropriate qualifications and training for this role. Please see teachingpersonnel.com/faqs for details.

All pay rates quoted will be inclusive of 12.07% statutory holiday pay.

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