LEAD TEACHER OF SCIENCE REQUIRED FOR FEBRUARY 2019
(Physics or Chemistry Specialism desirable but not essential).
Tudor Grange Samworth Academy one of a family of academies with a shared ethos, common values and collective goals. We are working together in a model of meaningful, focused collaboration to achieve excellence in our schools.
We are driven by four key values:
•Our children will live ‘Happy, fulfilling lives’
•Outstanding teaching and learning is our core focus
•Outstanding Governance supports our schools
•Leadership and professionalism drives continuous improvement
Tudor Grange Samworth Academy is an all-through school and is seeking to appoint a full time Lead Teacher of Science. A physics or chemistry specialism is desirable to complement the specialisms in our existing team, but this is not essential. There were significant improvements to both progress and attainment in science in 2018, therefore this is a fantastic opportunity for an inspirational and dedicated classroom practitioner to join the science team at an exciting time in our development.
Applications are invited from qualified applicants with the ability, passion and commitment to be an outstanding practitioner. As a Church of England school we will continue to be guided by a caring Christian ethos and will maintain our close links with St Christopher’s Church. Sharing an awareness and knowledge of the origins of the school with all future students is important to us. Visits from prospective applicants are strongly encouraged and can be arranged by contacting Mrs Fletcher-Warrington on 0116 278 0232. For the job description please contact MFletcherWarrington@samworth.tgacacemy.org.uk for an application form or use attachements to TES Website.
Closing date for applications is 18th January. Please note that CVs will not be accepted.
“The recruitment process is robust in seeking to establish the commitment of candidates to support the school’s measures to safeguard children and to identify, deter or reject people who might pose a risk of harm to children or are otherwise unsuited to work with them”.