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Science Teacher

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September 2020

Part-time GCSE Science Teacher  (3 days per week)

September 2020 - Virtual Interviews to commence ASAP

On behalf off  our partner school which is based on the outskirts of Bournemouth, considered to be ’good’ with ‘outstanding’ features, we are looking to recruit an ambitious and future leader to join their high achieving Science department. The staff at the school have said that it is a wonderful place to work mostly because of the dedicated and supportive senior leadership team driven by a Head Teacher who consistently ensures that the school delivers a compelling vision shared by all.

The science department is a close knit and supportive team which consists of nine teachers. Science is taught in state of the art facilities and staff have very high expectations of their students. The science department utilises SMART boards, digital projectors, networked computers and a range of software with all ages and abilities in mind to ensure excellent educational and all inclusive provision. The department runs both combines and separate sciences and all teachers are expected to contribute to the teaching of these if necessary. The department hosts meetings on a regular basis of which all teachers contribute towards. The department also play a significant role in contributing towards the wider community of the school participating in the ski trip, rock challenge, the enterprise project and revision work shops.

The school are dedicated to enhancing young people’s lives and aim to provide a world class education through developing a love of learning beyond the school gate. They encourage their students through installing positive habits. They are therefore looking for someone who:

  • Is an inspiring NQT or more experienced teacher who is able to install an expert scientist way of thinking
  • Shares best practice and consistently strives for excellence from their students
  • Who is a dedicated practitioner that can provide an all inclusive education, particularly for students who supported by the pupil premium
  • Is reflective and passionate about their own CPD and able to positively contribute towards inset days and supporting teaching and learning in the department
  • Has expert subject knowledge.

If you are looking for a role in September, please submit your CV today to be contacted.

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All pay rates quoted will be inclusive of 12.07% statutory holiday pay. This advert is for a temporary position. In some cases, the option to make this role permanent may become available at a later

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