Teacher of Science (Chemistry)
Contract: Full time, permanent (part time may be considered for the right candidate)
Main Teacher Pay Scale
To start September 2020
“The principal, governors and the Trust have a shared vision for the school that is based upon high aspirations for its pupils. Leaders are committed to ensuring that pupils continue to make good and improving progress.” Ofsted, November 2017
Wymondham High is a very successful and oversubscribed 11 – 18 Academy, 8 miles from Norwich:
• A “Good school” with an “Outstanding” Sixth Form [Ofsted, November 2017]
• Tatler magazine Top 20 State School 2018
• Highest Performing State School in Norfolk 2018
We wish to appoint one full time Teacher of Chemistry across key stages 3, 4 and 5. The ability to teach A level Chemistry is essential. It is an exciting time to be joining; for the second year running, Science has been one of the highest performing subjects within this high performing school. We are therefore looking for someone who has exceptional subject knowledge and a passion for Chemistry to help inspire even more students to study this amazing subject. There is the potential for additional responsibilities to be attached to this position for the right candidate. Applications from both experienced teachers and NQTs are welcome.
Please apply by letter of application, enclosing a current CV and an Academy application form (available on the Academy website), quoting the appropriate job reference, to Mrs Jemma Raw, Principal’s PA via email@example.com. For further information or informal discussion about this post, please contact Miss Amanda Black, Assistant Principal via firstname.lastname@example.org.
Closing Date: Tuesday 25th February
Interview Date: Week beginning Monday 2nd March
We are committed to offering excellent professional opportunities for our staff, through careful support and personalised CPD. We offer a structured and specific induction programme for all staff. We work closely with staff and unions to support colleague wellbeing across the Academy. The Academy welcomes applications from members of minority ethnic communities and those with disabilities.
“Wymondham High is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.”