This vacancy represents an outstanding opportunity for a well-qualified graduate in Physics, or a closely related subject, to teach in a key department in this excellent school, which is renowned for its scientific tradition.
Applications are invited for this full-time post, to start from September 2018. The school seeks a subject specialist, who inspires young people with their passion for Physics and for teaching, and ensures all pupils reach their full potential.
Applications are invited from all those who meet the above criteria, whether they are newly qualified, or more experienced teachers or have yet to commence teacher training.
The school offers excellent training and support to teachers at all stages of their career. PGS teachers convey passion for their subject and seek to maximise progress by knowing their pupils well and adapting their teaching accordingly.
The Physics Department is well resourced with laboratories and staff. In addition to the Head of Department, there are seven full time teachers and two laboratory technicians. The department has six full-sized laboratories and access to a large Science Lecture Theatre, all located in the state of the art Bristow Clavell Science Centre, opened in September 2010.
The school may be able to offer subsidised rental accommodation in Old Portsmouth, for up to one academic year.
Interviews are provisionally scheduled for Friday 9 March.
PGS is committed to safeguarding children and the successful applicant will be subject to an Enhanced Disclosure DBS check.