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Key Stage 4 Coordinator of Science

Key Stage 4 Coordinator of Science

St Philomena's Catholic High School for Girls

Sutton

Salary:
TLR 2.3 (£2,640). Possible recruitment allowance for successful candidate
Job type:
Full Time, Permanent
Start date:
January 2018
Apply by:
12 October 2017

Job overview

Do you want to work in one of the top 5% of schools in the country for progress nationally, equipping students for success in both further study and future employment?

You will: 

  • Be well qualified and enthusiastic
  • Have outstanding teaching, management and interpersonal skills
  • Be enthusiastic and able to inspire and manage a talented team of teachers
  • Be able to teach Science across the 11-18 age range
  • Be passionate about Science and committed to improving teaching and learning 
  • Ability to lead on the development of Key Stage 4 Science
  • Have good interpersonal and presentational skills
  • Be forward thinking, inspirational, receptive to change and able to work under pressure

We offer:

  • A strong commitment to your professional development and career management
  • An opportunity to be part of a dynamic and creative team
  • A supportive environment in which your talent and commitment will be encouraged, nurtured and rewarded
  • A superb opportunity for an experienced practitioner to work in a flourishing department
  • Management and Leadership CPD opportunities are available
  • An iPad to deliver engaging lessons.

This is an excellent opportunity to be part of an outstanding school and make a major contribution to the schools continued success.

Further details and an application form are available by contacting the school, or can be downloaded from our school website. Visits are warmly welcomed and highly recommended - please contact Ms Adams, Personnel Officer on recruitment@stphils.org.uk.

Applications from non-Catholics are welcome. All staff are required to be supportive of the Catholic ethos and we have a full time Chaplain that can help support individuals within their role.

Closing date: 12 noon, Friday 13th October 2017
Interviews: Week commencing Monday 16th October 2017

Reference No: Eteach/SHR 17-234

“St Philomena’s is an exceptional school.”
OFSTED March 2008

“St Philomena’s High School for Girls is an outstanding Catholic school. It achieves both academic excellence and outstanding personal and spiritual development for all pupils.

Pupil’s take full advantage of the opportunities offered to them at St Philomena’s and are happy to contribute to all aspects of school life.”

Section 48 Inspection

St Philomena’s is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. This role requires an enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service check.

Pound Street,
Carshalton,
Surrey SM5 3PS
Tel: 020 8642 2025 ext 202
Fax: 020 8643 7925
Email: recruitment@stphils.org.uk
Website: www.stphils.org.uk

The school has 1,390 students with 268 in the Sixth Form.

Headteacher Ms M Noone

About St Philomena's Catholic High School for Girls

Vision: 

A community where Christ is present.

St Philomena's exists as a distinct community because it has Christ as its foundation. His teaching and example are the basis for its daily life, relationships and future hopes. It should be possible to meet Christ in all aspects of the life of the school and the spiritual dimension should underpin all its work:

a) Service: Leadership in the school must reflect its Christian nature by putting the welfare and development of pupils and staff and so putting Christ’s example into practice.

b) Personal Relationship: The twin themes of love of God and love of neighbour should guide every member of the community, both pupils and staff. It is through the respect, concern and care shown by all members of the school for each other, whether pupils or staff that we can see love of neighbour in practice.

c) Spiritual Development: St Philomena's should provide a setting where the faith of pupils and staff can mature.

d) Curriculum: This should encourage excellence and achievement through the breadth of opportunity available, the quality of teaching and learning in the classroom and the motivation that comes from good relationships between staff and pupils. Each pupil is equally important and this should be reflected in the curriculum where all pupils should be encouraged to achieve their potential, and have their achievements recognised and praised.

Aims: 

• To provide a Catholic education for girls of all abilities, which is broad and balanced and which promotes their spiritual, aesthetic, moral, cultural, mental and physical development.

• To prepare girls for the opportunities, responsibilities and experiences of adult life, in a technologically advanced and culturally diverse society.

• To enable girls to become fully autonomous, participative and caring adults who can make informed decisions, using accurate information, based on sound judgement.

• To promote the highest achievement in all girls, irrespective of ability or aspiration.

• To provide a well-ordered, stimulating and supportive learning environment.

• To ensure that the principle of the equal value of each girl operates in all that we do.

The school has a partner school: Kasubi Primary School which is located in Uganda.

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Applications closed