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Teacher of Science

The States of GuernseyGuernsey

We are looking for an outstanding teacher of Science to join our team at St. Sampson’s High School with effect from January 2022. 

The Transformation of Secondary Education in Guernsey is currently ‘paused’ and is subject to a States Review of Secondary models. The Secondary Review is currently underway and a new model for secondary and Post 16 education will be decided by the States Assembly in the coming year.

Les Beaucamps, La Mare de Carteret,  St Sampson’s and the Grammar School and Sixth Form Centre are the four States’ secondary schools in Guernsey that have come together to form the Secondary School Partnership.  This partnership approach facilitates the continued development of the four schools and is led by a unified Executive Leadership Team. The Partnership also works in Federation with St Anne’s School in Alderney.

The successful candidates will be passionate about supporting and raising students’ individual achievements with innovative ideas to build on existing good practice, alongside being able to demonstrate excellence in teaching and learning. 

They will be part of a team who identify, support and enable personalised opportunities for students and deliver the new Bailiwick Curriculum including a range of international and UK qualifications. We expect our staff to make a full contribution to the ethos, identity and life of the school, offering a commitment to the broad range of enrichment activities that are available. The persons appointed will be committed to the role in the context of the Secondary School Partnership and the development of a new secondary school model.

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