Come and work at a school which values creativity in teaching and strives to develop the academic curiosity of their pupils, all in a supportive environment where professional development is paramount.
Are you an NQT or experienced science teacher looking to progress within a successful science department? Do you want to use your passion for the sciences to motivate and inspire pupils to achieve excellent results? If so, this permanent role at a ‘Good’ school situated in North London could be for you.
The school, based in North London has consistently achieved OFSTED ‘Good’ ratings and is led by an experienced headteacher who was brought in several years ago to turn around what was then a failing school. Since then, results have remarkably improved (the school consistently achieves above average GCSE results) and teachers are able to work within an environment that encourages creativity within their teaching. The science department is made up of science teacher s from a range of scientific backgrounds and disciplines, so you will be in great company.
The Ideal Candidate
As the ideal candidate for this role, you will be a talented and inspirational science teacher with a passion for your field of expertise. As such, you will thrive on sharing that passion with your pupils, encouraging their curiosity at every opportunity. Ideally, you will have 2-3 years’ experience as a science teacher, although the school has expressed that it is willing to take on an NQT if they can demonstrate the necessary attributes. You will have at least a 2:1 in a science degree. You’ll also need to live within the North London area or be happy to commute.
Why Should You Apply?
* Supportive environment that values creativity and passion
* Excellent professional development opportunities
* OFSTED rated ‘Good’ school
* Above average GCSE results
* Inner London pay zone
If you’re a Science Teacher in North London who can teach to GCSE looking for a permanent, full-time role, please send your CV and we’ll be in touch if we think you fit the bill.