- Job type:
- Full Time, Permanent
- Start date:
- Required for April 2018 or earlier if available
- Apply by:
- 11 January 2018
This is a superb opportunity for someone with flair, enthusiasm and a commitment to teach Chemistry throughout the school from Key Stage 3 to A Level. The successful candidate will have a passion for their subject and the ability to inspire, enthuse and engage pupils.
We are a team of innovative and highly motivated teachers who constantly strive to provide the finest education and ever-expanding opportunities; it is this passion which enables us to get the very best out of our students whilst fostering a love of learning through delivery of high-quality, exciting and active lessons. Students take part in a variety of extra-curricular Science events and competitions such as Big Bang Science Club, trips to CERN and entry in the Science Olympiads. The successful candidate will be willing to contribute to the extra-curricular life of a vibrant department and wider school programme.
Radnor House is a 9-18, selective, co-educational, independent day school set in historic buildings on the banks of the Thames in Twickenham, just 30 minutes from Central London. The relatively small size of Radnor House enables us to focus on the individual needs of all of our pupils. This fosters a supportive and collaborative community where success is regularly celebrated.
Competitive salary offered with opportunities for CPD, career development and a recognition of staff wellbeing. Flexibility considered for the right candidate.
For further information, to download an application form, or to watch our video to give you a flavour of working at our school, please visit our website: http://www.radnor-twickenham.org/about/opportunities/
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Closing date: Midday on Thursday 11 January 2018.
Radnor House is an Equal Opportunities employer, committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children. Screening, including an Enhanced DBS check is routinely carried out on successful applicants. Our Safer Recruitment Policy can be downloaded from the ‘Employment Opportunities’ page of our website.
About Radnor House
- Radnor House
- Pope’s Villa, Cross Deep, Twickenham
- TW1 4QG
- United Kingdom
Radnor House Twickenham is a coeducational day school of 455 pupils aged 11-18 that enjoys a stunning location on the banks of the River Thames.
Our core values of courage, excellence, perseverance and respect permeate everything we do. We create every opportunity for the children to develop teamwork, co-operation and diplomacy, to fine-tune their emotional intelligence, both in the classroom and beyond.
Our pupils thrive in small classes with a strong focus on individual attention. We prefer encouragement to pressure. We stretch, challenge and support every child through inspirational teaching, proactive pastoral care and a wide range of co-curricular activities, including a dynamic and exciting performing arts programme.
A top-quality education and a friendly atmosphere combine to create an exceptional environment with proven outcomes of success, where happy children enjoy a busy, enriched school life supported by an actively involved parent community.
It is easy to reach by public transport with mainline train services to and from Twickenham or Strawberry Hill stations and a plethora of bus services available. All pupils have access to first-rate sporting facilities nearby at Teddington Cricket Club and St Mary’s University. As part of Dukes Education, we enjoy the benefits of close links to several schools in the area and the opportunities of being part of a forward-thinking and dynamic group.
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