Are you looking to work as a KS3 – KS4 Physics Teacher / Teacher of Physics post at a ‘Good’ Kensington and Chelsea Secondary school?
This Secondary school could be the ideal fit for you! It is a long term post for an NQT or experienced Physics Teacher / Teacher of Physics looking to begin a teaching career in a supportive Secondary School.
* KS3 – KS4 Physics Teacher / Teacher of Physics
* Progress 8 score is +0.19
* £110 - £200 per day
* Hard-working teachers are rewarded with clear progression opportunities
* Inner London MPS Salary
* Jan 2019 start
This Ofsted rated “Good” school in Kensington and Chelsea is a diverse and historically rich school which is dedicated to achieving the highest standards and achievement for every student. It has recently become co-educational for the first time and therefore this is an exciting time to be joining the school. The latest Ofsted report praises the headteacher, who has very high ambitions for the pupils and has relentless determination to provide them with the highest quality of education. He has created a culture of high expectations and students respect each other’s beliefs, faiths and cultures in this diverse learning community.
The school is currently looking for a good to outstanding Physics Teacher / Teacher of Physics who challenges and motivates students to achieve their maximum potential across KS3 to KS4. The Physics Teacher / Teacher of Physics will be Secondary trained (PGCE/ QTS) and inspire and build rapport with your students through innovative classroom techniques!
This is a full time Physics Teacher / Teacher of Physics post to start in January 2019. It is imperative that you have been graded as ‘Good’ or ‘Outstanding’ on your professional placements to keep up with the current and high teaching standards.
If you are interested in this role and believe you posses the right qualities to be a Physics Teacher / Teacher of Physics please send your CV ASAP.