Reed Education are recruiting on behalf of one of their clients for a Teacher of Science to teach general Science across KS3. This is a permanent full time teaching position to start at either Easter or September. As a passionate practitioner of science responsibilities will include, but not limited to, planning, preparing and delivering engaging, exciting and interesting lessons for young learners. Parents evenings and staff meetings will also be attended.
This is a fantastic opportunity to join a true comprehensive school who serve the needs of every type of child. They have a curriculum that supports the reading and writing skills of children who may have underachieved at primary school but who have the capacity to make rapid progress. They have a specialist provision for children with higher learning potential. They offer a welcoming and supportive environment to teach in.
To be considered for this role, you must be able to provide the following:
• QTS, Hold a PGCE, Bachelor or Education or a qualification recognized as equivalent within the UK.
• Good understanding of the UK national curriculum
• Eligibility to work in the UK (Passport or Visa)
• Workbased referee details covering the last 5 years of teaching (Unless NQT)
• Hold a valid DBS Registered with the update service (Overseas police check if necessary)
Should you feel you are suitable and meet the above criteria for this position, please apply now below.
We are dedicated to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. Through our engagement and interaction with our schools, we can highlight their needs and respond to them with the very best staff possible. As a teacher you will benefit from having your own personal consultant to work with, this is where we differ from most agencies, let’s work together to find the perfect role for you!
Do you have a QTS?
Do you have a current DBS, registered with the update service?
Do you have UK teaching experience and current knowledge of the national curriculum?