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Pathway Leader - Science

Sir George Monoux CollegeWaltham Forest

About Sir George Monoux College:

At Sir George Monoux Sixth Form College, we are determined that all of our students reach better futures through the ability to learn and change today. We are a dynamic and innovative sixth form college in Walthamstow, London, serving a diverse body of 1800 learners, aged 16-19.  Our students often make excellent progress from where they were at GCSE, and we are ambitious about where they go next, with an improving trend of Russell Group entry as well as high value work and apprenticeships.

At Monoux, staff work in an environment that prioritises talk about teaching, and teamwork: you will have the chance to think about what makes great teaching and get involved in making key decisions about your curriculum. Behaviour is well managed, and the campus is calm with a productive working atmosphere.

About the role:

Our curriculum provision is managed under six distinct pathways. As Pathway Leader for Science, you will take a lead role in delivering a truly unique and exceptional educational experience for our students. We are seeking only the best candidates who wish to make their mark and support the distinctive ethos of Monoux. 

You will oversee the curriculum provision for A Level courses in Biology, Chemistry, Physics and Psychology, as well as Level 2 and 3 vocational courses in Science. You will also be responsible for leading on high quality teaching & learning, excellent outcomes and strong progression routes for students. An ability to teach in one of these areas would be advantageous.

You should be able to think strategically, whilst being highly effective in ensuring the smooth day-to-day running of the curriculum area. To lead your pathway effectively, you need to be someone who is only satisfied with the very best performance from yourself and others and someone, demonstrating an uncompromising commitment to excellence.  You should be a qualified teacher, with an ability to achieve excellent outcomes for students, and you should enjoy building positive relationships with young people to help them achieve more than they thought possible. You should also have a strong commitment to raising and maintaining excellent standards of teaching and learning. 

If you are seeking a highly rewarding position and are passionate about enriching the lives of the students, please visit our website: 

Closing date for applications:      Tuesday 21 September 2021

Interview Date:                                   Friday 1 October 2021                       

We have a strong commitment to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of students. All appointments will be subject to enhanced DBS clearance.

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