Key Stage 5 Coordinator for Science
The John Roan
Royal Borough of Greenwich, London
- Inner London Payscale + TLR 2B (£4,442)
- Job type:
- Full Time, Permanent
- Start date:
- April or September 2018
- Apply by:
- 20 February 2018
We seek a motivated and experienced Key Stage 5 coordinator for Science, who is keen to take on new challenges and lead the Science department. Our science department includes 12 science teachers and 3 science technicians.
We have 11 new or recently refurbished labs, which is supported by two preparation rooms. In recent years we have organised trips to CERN, and have used local areas as well for field trips and visits. The Royal Observatory at Greenwich is on our doorstep, and we use them for our GCSE Astronomy course.
The John Roan is a fully comprehensive, 7 form entry, mixed secondary school located adjacent to Greenwich Park. The John Roan has been dedicated to serving the community of Greenwich for 335 years. We are split over two sites with our exciting modern building at Westcombe Park and a fully redeveloped facility at Maze hill, we take great PRIDE in delivering our students with the highest standard of education.
At The John Roan, we believe in supporting and developing staff so that they can flourish as teachers and develop their careers with us. We will make sure that the school systems are clear, simple and effective to allow you to focus on being the best teacher you can be. Professional learning will be planned for all stages of development and supported through partnerships with other schools, the LA and universities.
- An established and comprehensive induction programme
- A working environment focused on teaching and learning and raising standards for all
- A supportive environment in which your enthusiasm, commitment and passion in making a difference to the lives of our students will be rewarded
Whilst The John Roan has undergone some significant challenges through various changes in leadership in recent years, new Leadership is in place and with the support of the University School Trust and the Royal Borough of Greenwich is intent on providing students with the best education by enabling Colleagues to excel.
If you wish to visit the school prior to making an application, please contact Benjamin Evans on 0207 259 8770 or if you wish to apply please request an application pack from Ben at email@example.com, or you can contact Ben on 0207 259 8770 for further information. Your application is a direct application to The John Roan, Hays is our recruitment partner and manages our permanent appointments
Closing Date Tuesday 20th February 2018, 2pm
For more information please visit www.thejohnroan.greenwich.sch.uk
The John Roan is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.
Benjamin Evans c/o The John Roan School,
Maze Hill, London, SE3 7UD
T: 020 7259 8770
About The John Roan
- The John Roan
- Maze Hill, Greenwich
- SE3 7UD
- United Kingdom
We believe that education should be a positive and transformational experience, regardless of ability or background. We are fully committed to raising achievement for everyone and have the highest expectations of all our students in every aspect of school life. Our vision is for students to be the best that they can be, and our role is to provide them with the platform to achieve this.
At The John Roan we pledge to provide a rich, broad and varied education such that all students are able to make excellent progress whatever their starting points. In the seven years that students grow and develop with the school, they will experience a diverse curriculum and enrichment programme that stretches them academically and socially.
We have a split site, with a new, state-of-the-art building at Westcombe Park and a fully redeveloped facility at Maze Hill, giving our students access to one of the UK’s most innovative and flexible learning environments.
Maze Hill is dedicated to Years 7 and 8 so that they can adapt to secondary school life without needing to share the area with older students. Beyond the two main sites the school owns ‘Braithwaite’, an activity centre in the Lake District. Built on 40 acres of land, students can access the beauty of spectacular countryside and experience the challenge and excitement of outdoor life.
Our founder, John Roan, bequeathed his estate to educate the children of Greenwich.
The principles he instilled in the school remain today; every child is entitled to be educated in inclusive, stimulating and rewarding surroundings. The trustees of The John Roan Foundation continue to ensure that his legacy delivers unique opportunities to our students
Our values: PRIDE in all that we do
Our values refer to the behaviours and attitudes we expect all members of the school community to demonstrate and develop throughout their time at The John Roan.
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