Teacher of Science, Leeds

Closing date:

The Stephen Longfellow AcademyLeeds

Date posted:
Start date: ASAP
Contract type: Full Time
Salary: £22,917- £38,633
Contract term: Permanent
Suitable for NQTs: Yes

Teacher of Science 

Location: The Stephen Longfellow Academy, Morley, Leeds, LS27 0LZ 

Start: ASAP 

Salary Scale: MPR/ UPR plus SEN Allowance of £2,106

Actual Salary: £22,917- £38,633 

We seek to appoint a proven and highly successful science teacher who can teach science across key stages 3 and 4 including GCSE, and support science development for pupils within the primary phase of the academy. You may come from either a mainstream or special/alternative provision, and are confident to deliver high quality teaching and learning within the AP setting. As a teacher working with vulnerable and disenfranchised pupils you will be able to impact significantly on their personal growth and well-being and go beyond teaching your subject. This is an exciting and rewarding challenge for a dynamic individual to shape science teaching across the academy.  

Applications will also be welcomed from suitably skilled, unqualified teachers.  

An application pack is available to download at www.tgat.org.uk, or by email to recruitment@stephenlongfellow.co.uk 

For further information about the Academy visit the website www.stephenlongfellow.co.uk 

Closing Date: Tuesday 17 October 2017  

Interview Date: Friday 20 October 2017 

The Stephen Longfellow Academy is committed to safeguarding children and the successful candidate will be subject to an enhanced DBS check.



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Type: Alternative Provision
Funding status: State - Free School
Gender: Mixed
Age Range: 5 - 16 years
Address: C/o Bruntcliffe Academy, Bruntcliffe Lane, Leeds, West Yorkshire, LS27 0LZ, United Kingdom
Telephone: +44 113 468 5999

The Stephen Longfellow Academy is named in honour of a colleague who worked across many schools in the Leeds city region and established an outstanding reputation as a man who cared deeply about the most vulnerable and most challenging pupils in our ...