About Alcester Grammar School
This is a rare opportunity to join a unique and happy school, where you can indulge your creativity, refine your skills, and enjoy an atmosphere that respects your professional autonomy. With delightful students, grateful parents and supportive colleagues, teaching doesn't get much better than this.
AGS is a forward-looking, selective state school with academy status and an outstanding record of promoting high achievement. Whilst we have achieved outstanding judgements in our last four Ofsted inspections, we regularly analyse our performance and seek new ways to enhance learning opportunities for our students.AGS is selective at 11-16 but we offer wider access to post-16 students. With 1226 students on roll, including almost 500 in the Sixth Form, we are in a position to offer a wide curriculum; including a choice of two out of three languages in Years 7-9 and a requirement to study a modern language at KS4. In the Sixth Form we offer a choice of around 25 different A levels.
Teacher of Physics
Due to expansion of the school, we are looking to appoint a teacher of physics to join us from September 2019. Applicants should be inspiring, innovative, and well-organised practitioners with a genuine passion for physics. This post would be suitable for a talented NQT or for a more experienced teacher, and there is the potential for a significant amount of A level teaching.
The science and physics department have well-established schemes of work across all year groups and places a strong emphasis on teamwork. The successful applicant will be very well supported throughout their time in this outstanding academic environment with innovative and experienced colleagues and keen, well-motivated students.
This is an exciting opportunity for an inspiring, enthusiastic and forward thinking individual to work within this highly successful department. You will join a very supportive team of colleagues who consistently deliver outstanding results. Our physics labs are superb! There are significant opportunities for the teaching of A level physics.
This post would be equally suitable for a talented NQT or for a more experienced teacher.