We are looking for a committed and enthusiastic teacher of science to join our very strong department. The department consists of 11 teaching staff and 2 technicians in newly refurbished science labs. As a STEM Assured School, Science is hugely popular at KS5 across all three disciplines with nearly 200 taking these at AS/A2 level. Many pupils go onto read science subjects at university level. The appointed candidate will teach KS3 - KS5 and across all ability ranges in a very supportive environment.
Ernest Bevin College is an 11-19 boys school with a mixed sixth form of 350 students based in state of the art buildings especially in STEM subjects, and with good transport links. Our last Ofsted inspection in October 2011 judged the school to be OUTSTANDING.
In 2017, 65% of pupils obtained both English and Maths at GCSE, 33% obtained the Ebacc and over a 100 pupils out of a cohort of 150 have gone to University, over 60 in STEM related subjects. We are one of only 4 schools in the country to have been awarded STEM status, the only school in London to have a Combined Cadet Force on site and we have recently formed a Cricket Academy.
We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and staff. The position is subject to a DBS check.
The job description, person specification and application form are on this site and can be found on our website.
Interview Dates: Thursday 1st February 2018
What Ernest Bevin can offer you as an employee
Ernest Bevin College is a six form entry boys’ school, maintained by Wandsworth Education Authority. The current roll is 1,300 pupils, including approximately 350 in the co-educational Sixth Form. One third of the annual intake is selected by means of a general ability test. The College continues with its original specialisms in Sports, Maths & Computing. The College is a STEM Assured College – one of only four schools in the country to achieve this. As a result, the College will aim to become a STEM hub which will open up a vast number of opportunities for our pupils and staff.
Leadership: The College is led by the Principal, one Vice Principal, four Assistant Principals, three Senior Teachers and one Director of Finance and Administration. The College operates a Faculty system whereby each Faculty is led by a member of the Leadership Team. Each Faculty supports and monitors pupil progress rigorously through our Quality Assurance Cycle. The Head of Year leads a team of tutors who are responsible for the wellbeing of their year. The ethos of the College is one of high expectations of behaviour and learning in conjunction with a warm, friendly and positive environment. The College has a track record of succession planning and staff have many opportunities for internal promotion.
Colleagues: The College has a highly stable and committed staff who have high expectations of themselves and their pupils and who work very hard to meet individual needs. We like to look after our staff by providing support and training and a good environment in which to work. The facilities in subject areas are of a high standard and every classroom is equipped with an interactive whiteboard or Smart TV. The majority of staff are provided with a tablet PC. New members of staff are supported through a comprehensive mentoring programme with a dedicated mentor. Staff have many opportunities for social activities: there is a free yoga class once a week and access to our wide range of sporting, keep fit and swimming facilities all free of charge. There is also free tea and coffee throughout the day, a half termly staff quiz and a huge number of social events during the year.
Environment: The College buildings are of a very high standard, providing excellent facilities in all curriculum areas. We have recently refurbished our Science Laboratories and Food Technology Room which reflect our desire for continuous improvements in our learning environment. The College opened its new £7 million Sixth Form Centre and Sports Complex in recent years which has provided us with new Sixth Form accommodation, including a lecture theatre and common room.
Sport: The College has a proven record of sporting success at local, regional and international level. The sports facilities are of the highest standard and include a sports hall, a 25m swimming pool, a dojo (for judo) and a fitness suite. We work with Greenhouse with four dedicated sports coaches training our pupils to compete at national and international levels in the sports of judo, table tennis, volleyball and rugby.