Teacher of Science
(All specialisms welcome)
Salary: MPS or UPS
Required for September 2018
A permanent Teacher of Science job opportunity in a school with rapidly improving results, a progress score of +0.22 and an environment where ‘the headteacher, supported by senior leaders, is determined that pupils should have the very best learning opportunities and school experience’ (Ofsted 2017).
Your new school
St Bede’s and St Joseph’s Catholic College is an over-subscribed, creative and ambitious school. We have educated students across the city for over 100 years and we celebrate our rich heritage, as well as embracing a forward thinking 21st century curriculum, learning environment and ethos.
We are a highly aspirational learning community with a determined focus on strong teaching and a wide ranging co-curricular and extra-curricular activities.
Being part of the team here, you will join an inclusive and diverse community where passion for learning and innovative ways of working are nurtured amongst all of our students and staff.
Your new role
As a new member of the Science department, you will be joining a leading subject area within the College which achieves fantastic GCSE results and has a positive progress 8 score. The subject is a very popular choice at A Level with a large uptake at KS5.
As a teacher within the team you will be welcomed into a close knit and highly supportive department who share workloads and resources and support each other to create fun lessons making it an ideal place to work. New colleagues often comment on the organisation and strong team ethos in the Science department.
What you’ll need to succeed
Applications are welcome from teachers with experience, as well as those who are newly qualified. However, a non-negotiable is that you will be a caring professional with a passion for your subject and a dedication to ensuring the very best outcomes for our students.
What you’ll get in return
Staff welfare is a priority at St Bede’s and St Joseph’s, we understand the importance of ensuring our team are supported, appreciated and developed professionally. We have an emerging programme of wellbeing which includes staff residentials and we have plans to extend this further upon consultation with all staff. We also offer all staff free access to our swimming pool and onsite gyms. Our regular CPD sessions are focused on constant growth and improvement as teachers; training as coaches, NPQML / NPQSL training and “Teachmeets” are all regular features. Ofsted noted that;
‘teachers appreciate the coaching and other opportunities that exist to share good practice across the school. Staff value the training they receive with its clear focus on improving teaching.’
We are confident that new teachers joining our school will feel welcomed and happy and we encourage prospective applicants to visit school prior to applying.
We recommend that all prospective applicants visit our recruitment microsite:
To have an informal, confidential discussion and to find out how to apply, please contact Paula Read at Hays Education on 01132 003710 or firstname.lastname@example.org .
Visits to the school can be organised by contacting Hays Education.
The closing date for all applications is 9am on Friday 16th March.
Interviews to be held later that week.
Committed to equality and opportunity and to safeguarding young people; enhanced DBS check required.
We welcome applications from candidates of all beliefs, faiths and denominations and request they are sympathetic to and supportive of our Catholic ethos.