We are seeking to recruit an outstanding teacher of Science to join a committed and hardworking team in September 2018. The successful applicants would specialise in Chemistry or Physics.
The successful applicants would be expected to teach a range of classes including Key Stage 3 and 4 (Trilogy Science and Separate Science), as well as potential Key Stage 5 lessons, where applicable. At Tudor Grange Academy, Kingshurst, we aim to provide staff with a timetable which allows them to focus on their area of specialism, and therefore continue to be experts in their field, whilst contributing to other sciences to a lesser degree.
Much time is committed to developing a wide range of teaching and learning strategies to be implemented within the subject, with a focus on a collaborative approach to planning with centralised, shared units of work and resources. As a department we follow the AQA specification at KS4.
Tudor Grange Academy, Kingshurst (formally CTC Kingshurst Academy) will be joining the Tudor Grange Academies Trust from 1st August 2018.
Additionally, you will benefit from:
• teaching in a forward-thinking department with excellent resources and facilities for teachers who love their subject
• working in a multi-academy trust with the potential for opportunities of collaboration and leadership across the four other secondary schools, as well as large scale Trust Insets with opportunities to network and share best practice and share resources across the Tudor Grange family of schools
Informal visits and conversations about the post are most welcome.
Application Deadline: Monday 2nd July 2018 9:00am
Shortlisting: Monday 2nd July 2018
Interviews: Wednesday 4th July 2018
Completed applications must be returned to Michelle Linder at the academy by 9am on the closing date via email to email@example.com.
For further details please visit http://www.ctckingshurst.academy
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. The successful applicant will be required to undertake an Enhanced DBS check. All applications will be considered on their merit and the post will be offered subject to the usual health and criminal record clearance. We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.