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Teacher of Chemistry

Princethorpe CollegeWarwickshire

HMC, Co-eduational, Catholic day school, 922 pupils 11 to 18; 234 in Sixth Form.

Required for September 2021, a well-qualified graduate to teach Chemistry in a lively, successful and growing department, on a full-time or significant part-time basis. This person’s timetable for the coming year goes up to GCSE but the ability and desire to teach A-level thereafter would be advantageous. An enthusiasm to become involved with the extra-curricular life of the school is essential. Candidates should be able to demonstrate success in the classroom and be effective team players.  

NQTs are also welcome to apply; the College has a comprehensive induction programme leading to full QTS status. Single accommodation may be available. Princethorpe has its own pay scale which is above national scales. 

An enthusiasm to become involved with the wider life of the school is essential.  

For further information and to register for this event please visit our website www.theprincethorpefoundation.co.uk/joinus   

The closing date for applications is Wednesday 3 March at 9.00am, with interviews likely to take place the following week at Princethorpe College. 

The Foundation is committed to equal opportunities and safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people. 

Applicants must be willing to undergo child protection screening appropriate to the post, including checks with past employers and the Disclosure and Barring Service. 

The Princethorpe Foundation. Registered office Princethorpe College, Rugby. CV23 9PX. Company registered in England & Wales and Limited by Guarantee Number 4177718. Registered Charity Number 1087124 

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