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Science Teacher

  • Posted: 14-11-2023
  • Category: Secondary Teaching Jobs
  • Location: Colne
  • Type: Fulltime / Both
  • Salary:

We are recruiting on behalf of a Trust near Colne who are recruiting for a Science teacher either permanently or temporary to start in January.


As a contributor to our 11-16 Science curriculum, the preferred candidate should embody dynamism, championing the high standards upheld by the Trust and its students. An advocate for sharing best practices, the ideal candidate will invest in their continuous professional growth and actively participate in our quality processes to ensure an outstanding educational experience for our students.

Indulge in the unrivalled staff benefits at the Trust, featuring exceptional professional development opportunities. Pioneering success and nurturing student confidence, this role beckons individuals with infectious enthusiasm, offering a genuine chance to inspire and create a lasting impact.


Key Responsibilities:

Craft and implement meticulously planned, high-quality teaching for 11-16 Science.

Contribute to the development and sharing of educational resources.

Facilitate enrichment and enhancement activities.

Fulfill assessment duties related to student assignments.

Support students in achieving their maximum potential.

Uphold responsibility for safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people, and/or vulnerable adults.


The Ideal Candidate Will Possess:

Qualified Teacher Status.

A degree in a relevant subject area.

Demonstrated successful teaching experience in a relevant subject.

Profound knowledge of the National Curriculum and familiarity with GCSE specifications following the GCSE reform.

Experience in collaboratively engaging with parents/carers to foster effective links between home and school.

If this is an opportunity you are interested in please send your CV to us for consideration.


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