Teacher of Science, Lambeth, London

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Archbishop Tenison's SchoolLambeth, London

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Start date: January 2018
Contract type: Full Time
Salary: MPS Inner London
Contract term: Fixed Term
Suitable for NQTs: Yes

Fixed term contract until 31 August 2018 initially

Set in a superb location opposite the Oval Cricket Ground, this school is looking for an energetic, passionate and inspiring Teacher of Science to raise standards and attainment across the School. 

Are you:  

• Motivated by the challenge of transforming education?  

• A great team player?  

• Able to motivate our students?  

• Committed to raising educational experiences?  

A high level of professionalism, commitment and enthusiasm will be required.    

The Governing Body is committed to the safeguarding of children and young people so all staff appointments are subject to employment checks and a satisfactory enhanced DBS check.  

Interview date to be confirmed. Visits to our school are encouraged.

 To apply for this role, please click on the Quick Apply button. 

A Voluntary – Aided, Church of England 11-19 Mixed School Specialist Arts College 55, Kennington Oval, London, SE11 5SR 

Telephone: 02077353771 Fax: 02077938519 NOR: 512 

Email: recruitment@ats.lambeth.sch.uk 

Headteacher: Jim Henderson MA (Cantab) PGCE, NPQH

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More about Archbishop Tenison's School
Type: Mainstream School
Phase: Secondary with sixth form
Funding status: State - Voluntary Aided
Gender: Mixed
Age Range: 11 - 18 years
Denomination: Church of England
Address: 55 Kennington Oval, Oval, London, SE11 5SR, United Kingdom
Telephone: +44 20 7735 3771
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Our History and Ethos

Archbishop Tenison’s School is a successful Voluntary-Aided, Church of England 11-19 Mixed School. We were founded in 1685 by the Archbishop of Canterbury, Thomas Tenison and we are proud of our history. Our first home was at St...