Teachers Main Scale or Upper Pay Scale plus TLR2b
We are seeking to appoint an enthusiastic and experienced science teacher to support the leadership of this popular department in its continued drive for excellence. Applications are welcome from scientists of any specialism and there is the possibility of A level teaching for the right candidate.
Chase High School is a vibrant and inclusive 11-18 school, committed to providing high quality, all-round education for every student. We are at an exciting time in our development and are seeking to build a team who believes that education has the power to transform the lives of young people and has the ability to inspire them to believe it for themselves.
Results have risen rapidly in recent years and the successful candidate will have the skills and enthusiasm to make a significant contribution to our continued improvement.
For further information and a job description please contact Mrs Sue Callaghan on 01702 354441 firstname.lastname@example.org. Chase High School is committed to safer recruitment so all applicants must be prepared to undergo screening to confirm their suitability to work with children
Closing date for this vacancy: 25 February 2019
Interviews will be arranged upon receipt of applications
We reserve the right to close this vacancy early upon successful appointment.
Chase High School is an academy that forms part of the Brentwood Academies Trust in partnership with St Martins, Brentwood.
The Science Department
The Science Department at Chase High is at a pivotal time in its development and this is an opportunity for the right candidate to make a significant contribution to further improvement.
The department is very well resourced with 6 fully equipped laboratories, two prep rooms and a team of highly experienced technicians. A seventh lab will be built this summer to accommodate rising school numbers. There are interactive whiteboards in all rooms and practical work is encouraged.
The students study a bespoke KS3 programme based on the Collins scheme and AQA courses are followed for GCSE. Both separate sciences and the trilogy course are taught to students. A levels are currently offered in Biology and Chemistry and in 2018 one of our students gained place a medical school.
The department undertakes many extra-curricular activities including science club, robotics club, the Faraday Challenge (winners of the Innovation Award in 2018) and the popular Bushcraft Camp.
If you want to work with a friendly and supportive team of experienced scientists to deliver high quality science lessons to students across the ability range, then we would like to meet you.