The National Space Academy programme is the flagship education programme of the UK’s National Space Centre and is delivered on behalf of the UK Space Agency (UKSA), with further support from the Ogden Trust, PPG, and various space sector organisations.
Further details about the National Space Academy may be found on the website – www.nationalspaceacademy.org
The programme uses the inspirational contexts of space science, astronomy and Earth Observation Science to deliver innovative student masterclasses and teacher CPD programmes for schools and Colleges across the United Kingdom, as well as for the European Space Agency and other international partners. In addition, the programme has, in partnership with Loughborough College, developed the UK’s first full-time post-16 course in Space Engineering.
The Academy is looking for a new Early Career Physics Teacher to join the core team based at the National Space Centre in Leicester to deliver stand-alone student masterclasses for 11-19 year olds in our dedicated science classroom. These masterclasses will be based on the Academy’s existing hands on, engaging curriculum focussed activities, and will be delivered to a variety of different school groups throughout the year with varying levels of ability across Key Stages 3 – 5.
Qualified Teacher Status and experience of teaching A Level (or equivalent) Physics are requirements for the role.
Contract initially for two years.
Further details, including job description and application form are available on our website www.spacecentre.co.uk/jobs
Closing date for completed applications is 12 midnight on Sunday the 19th of May.