- Are you a qualified Secondary Science Teacher looking for new teaching opportunity?
REED Education foresee that there will be a high need for teaching staff when schools return after the current Coronavirus pandemic. I am currently recruiting for qualified Science Teachers to work in a variety of ‘Good’ and ‘Outstanding’ Secondary schools in the Bexley area. These teaching
roles include flexible working as well as full time and part time.
The type of candidate I am looking for will be an enthusiastic Science Teacher who wants to make a difference to every pupil in the classroom no matter the need or ability. Would you like to take on a new challenge in a new classroom? Do you love helping pupils be the best they can be by giving them the best education possible? Are you a reliable, hardworking individual? If so, keep reading.
The role includes:
- Delivering Science lessons to KS3 and KS4 pupils
- Liaising with other staff members to understand pupils needs
- Adjusting pupils work to meet their needs
- Ensuring pupils behaviour is managed using the school’s behaviour policy
- Being organised, making sure all lessons are taught in the time frame necessary and all work is completed
- Create your own ideas on how best to teach the curriculum to help the pupils understand as best as possible
- Degree or a PGCE - Secondary
- QTS – Secondary
Looking for someone who/with:
- Recent experience teaching Science to KS3 and KS4 pupils
- A can-do attitude, willing to take on any task given
- Can build respectful and positive relationships with both pupil's, parents and colleagues
- Committed to helping motivate pupils to do the best they can
If you are interested in the vacancy and would like to know more. Please click "Apply" now or forward across your most updated CV to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Reed Education are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of all students and we expect all applicants to share this commitment. All appointments will be subject to an enhanced DBS disclosure, including a Children’s barred list check and satisfactory referencing.