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Job details
Employer Roding Valley High School
Salary MPS/UPS
Contract type Full Time
Contract term Permanent Suitable for NQTs
Job dates
Posted This job has expired
Job starts April or September 2017

Roding Valley High School is a successful 11-18 school in Loughton and we are looking for someone with the requisite skills and qualities to join our Teaching Team. It is an exciting time for the school with the formation of the Epping Forest District Consortium 6th Form in September 2015. Currently catering for around 1250 pupils, this school boasts an excellent local reputation and fantastic facilities which provide an excellent working and learning environment. The school was graded “good” with outstanding features at the last Ofsted and everyone is working towards ensuring the “outstanding” grading in the future.   

Chemistry is a popular subject at GCSE, AS and A Level. The successful applicant will have the opportunity to teach GCSE, AS and A level Chemistry as well as Combined Science at KS3 and GCSE. 

  If you feel you could be part of this dynamic school, please download an Application Form and further details from the school website (www.rodingvalley.net) and email to recruitment@rodingvalley.net or post your completed application form to the above address. Should you encounter any problems please contact Rob Mammen (Deputy Headteacher) at the school on 020 8508 1173 or email: recruitment@rodingvalley.net    

Applications will only be accepted on the Roding Valley application form. CV’s will not be accepted on their own as an application.   

Closing Date: Monday 5th December 2016, 12 noon 

Interviews: TBC 

“The School as an employer is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people as its number one priority. This commitment to robust Recruitment, Selection and Induction procedures extends to organisations and services linked to the school on its behalf”. (Ref: Safeguarding Children and Safer Recruitment in Education 2007).