Science Teacher

Empowering Learning
Closing date
18 Aug 2021

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Science Teacher

September 2021

Redbridge, London

Are you looking for a Science position for September?

Would you like to work in a supportive secondary school?

Can you teach good or outstanding KS3 and KS5 Science lessons?

A mainstream secondary school in the Redbridge, London area are looking for a qualified Science teacher to join their team in September 2021 and Empowering Learning are supporting them to find the right candidate.

You will be joining a vibrant school with an "OUTSTANDING" ofsted and a committed, talented and supportive department. The school has a new building and this comes with state-of-the-art facilities and resources. The school offer a highly supportive environment and a comprehensive CPD programme. As part of a growing trust, you will have superb promotion prospects and career development.

For this role you will need to demonstrate that you can deliver highly effective teaching and pupils outcomes to at least KS3 to KS5. You must be able to teach KS3 to Ks5 Science, but the opportunity to teach A-level (Physics, Chemistry, or Biology) will be available to those who desire it.

The school welcome applications from experienced Science Teachers and Early Career Teachers.

You will be:

A highly committed Science teacher who believes in making a difference to the life of every student
Committed to developing learning strategies which challenge and interest students
Able to show the drive and determination to be part of a school aiming for outstandingEssential Qualities for this role:

Qualified Teacher Status
Recent and relevant CPD
Ability to successfully teach Science at key stages 3 and 4 (and possibly a specialism at KS5)
Experience of the role as a Form Tutor
Effective communicator
The ability to plan and deliver high quality lessons
Proven ability to deliver well planned and stimulating lessons
Demonstrable knowledge and understanding of effective behaviour management strategies and the ability to put these into practice
Demonstrate understanding of the secondary national curriculum
Knowledge of current educational policy and initiatives
Ability to evaluate the quality of pupils' progress using a range of evidence
Exceptional organisational and communication skills
A demonstrable commitment to supporting and promoting safeguarding, student welfare, equality and diversity
A thorough understanding of up-to-date safeguarding requirements and best practice
High expectations for every pupil and a proven track record of making a difference to the learning and experiences of pupils inside and outside the classroom.Applications are encouraged from ambitious teachers who share the school's vision, including current trainee teachers.

Applications will be reviewed on an ongoing basis, with interviews taking place as and when suitable applications are received. As such, early application is advised.

Please contact Roxanne on (phone number removed) for more information

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