Sir Simon Milton Westminster UTC is seeking to appoint an outstanding person for the role of Teacher of Science with a focus on Biology (and where possible Psychology). As a new school, this is an exciting opportunity for an education professional to have a real and long lasting impact on students and staff alike.
The role provides a great opportunity for an ambitious teacher embarking on a teaching career or wishing to take the next step in their career development. Over time candidates will be expected to welcome exposure to additional responsibilities in preparation for further promotion. To that end Westminster UTC offers access to a comprehensive and exciting range of development and networking opportunities.
Sir Simon Milton Westminster UTC is a Science, Maths, Engineering and Technology specialist school for 14 to 18 year olds. With fewer than 250 students we have classes comparable to that of the independent sector. Located in a brand new purpose built building we use our exceptional facilities to deliver an excellent and personalised education for all our students. Whilst our core focus is STEM, we deliver a broad and balanced curriculum including English, Humanities and MfL.
Situated close to Victoria station we serve students from across London who are passionate about STEM with many students making long commutes to be part of our incredible community. Also served by Sloane Square and Pimlico Tube stations, as well as a number of bus routes, it couldn’t be easier to get to us or the many local amenities.
You should be an accomplished teacher with the ability to teach students all three sciences (particularly Biology and Chemistry) at KS4 and teach Biology and Psychology at KS5.
You will have a desire to teach students in a STEM focussed environment and relish the opportunity to work with Key Stage 4 and Key Stage 5 pupils aiming for high grades in their exams.
For further details or to arrange a time to visit the school, contact Sanyu Kawuma, PA to the Head Teacher on 020 3301 7660 or s.kawuma@westminsterUTC.ac.uk. Please note, we will not accept CVs or applications via agencies for this post. All applications should be made using the TES Application Form, and are to be submitted electronically. Early applications are encouraged.
Sir Simon Milton Westminster UTC is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff, volunteers and Trustees to share this commitment. All appointments are therefore subject to satisfactory DBS Checks, together with the receipt of references and proofs of qualifications.
Sunday, 8 December 2019 at midnight GMT (early applications encouraged as shortlisting / interviews will be held on a rolling basis)