Second in Science

Matthew Moss High SchoolRochdale

Second in  Science Faculty  (Permanent)

MPS/UPS + TLR 2B

Reference: 0107

An exciting opportunity has arisen for a committed scientist and teacher to join Matthew Moss High School, an academy with an established reputation for providing excellent professional development within a culture of learning and innovation.  Matthew Moss High School is an over-subscribed and rapidly- expanding school with a "Good" Ofsted judgement. Science value-added results in 2019 were in the top 10% nationally and 5% of our Yr 11 gained a top Level 9 in Science, compared with the national average of 0.9%. Matthew Moss High School is part of the Watergrove Trust and the successful candidate will enjoy exceptional self-development from our Early Careers Framework offer. You will receive excellent induction and access to our wider CPD programme to allow you to develop as an outstanding practitioner, with a range of future opportunities available within our growing Trust.  

The latest Ofsted report highlighted that "Staff morale is high" and that "One hundred per cent of staff said that professional development is used to encourage, challenge and support improvements in teaching.".  Inspectors also noted that "relationships between staff and pupils are a real strength".  

If you would like to flourish as a member of our positive and supportive school community, then please visit our school website: www.mmhs.co.uk/our-school/vacancies. In line with employment law, fixed-term employees would be considered for any permanent vacancies arising.

The school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. Appointment to this post is therefore subject to pre-employment checks including enhanced Disclosure and Barring and background checks.

To be considered for this exceptional opportunity, please complete the application form available at  https://watergrovetrust.co.uk/vacancies and submit a letter, of at least 2 sides of A4, outlining how your experiences to date have prepared you to contribute to the ongoing successes of the Science faculty, outlining how you would support the ongoing growth of the faculty into a beacon of science education excellence.

Applications are welcomed from experienced teachers. 

Completed applications should be sent to: recruitment@mmhs.co.uk 

Closing date for applications is Monday 8th March at 9am.

Interviews will be held on Friday 12th March 2021.


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