Teacher of Science
Full-time, permanent post (part time / job share will be considered)
Main / Upper Pay Range
Recruitment & Retention allowance considered
Required for start in January or September 2020
Relocation packages considered
KES is a ‘Good’ school with great public transport links. The school day lends itself to a good work/life balance with the teaching day ending at 14:10 each day. Offering superb facilities and resources, an extensive support programme, including mentor/buddy system, Initial Teacher Training support for NQTs, a system of twilight training sessions, as well as excellent development opportunities. Staff benefits include free car parking, onsite gymnasium and swimming pool, as well as staff recognition schemes including a ‘Shout Out Board’ and your own personal ‘KES Angel’.
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The Science Faculty has had a significant investment over recent years including £550,000 refurbishment of our 10 Science laboratories equipped with the latest technologies including interactive whiteboards, teaching wall and teacher’s demonstration area. There is also a team of 4 specialist Technicians who provide full technician support, particularly in the preparation and cleaning/clearing of lesson materials. The Science team are very supportive of each other and, together with new team members this academic year, a highly experienced one, but also where the members are keen to further develop their practice to support student progress and continue to develop this curriculum area.
During Years' 7 to 9, students study all three areas of Science and in Years 10-to 11 they study each specialism individually; Biology, Chemistry and Physics. The aim is to ensure they have a solid grounding preparing them for GCSE. Students who are part of the KES Sixth Form are able to study A Levels in Biology, Chemistry or Physics, as well as a BTEC in Applied Science.
Applicants will need to demonstrate the ability to accept new ideas and a thorough commitment to student learning with evidence of high level of subject specialism and professional development, as well as a flexible and adaptable attitude to meet the needs of the school. We want staff with the vision and determination to ensure all our students receive a first class education and who will rise to the challenge of building on success.
Closing Date for applications is midday on Wednesday 18 December 2019
Interviews to be conducted during the week commencing 06 January 2020
The King Edmund School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and expects all staff to share this commitment and undergo an enhanced DBS check as part of our Safer Recruitment & Selection Procedures.