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Senior Science and Mathematics Teacher

Salary / Grade:            Between £23 474 to £27 881 (full time) depending on experience plus 50% decrease in fees pro rata (Part Time)

Hours:                           Part Time or Full Time

Contract type:              Fixed term initially

Person specification

You will be a caring, prayerful person able to understand individual pupil needs and how to manage small class groups of up to 12 pupils from year 7 to year 11, with opportunities to teach at KS2.  You will work well in a team.  You will be able to manage teaching assistants.

You will have experience of teaching at this age group and be able to give examples of your good practice. You will need to be qualified to degree level, and have teaching experience if not qualified to teach in the UK. You will have a flexible approach and be able to take into consideration the needs of individual pupils, including those with special educational needs and disabilities.

You will be able to apply the Christian ethos and values of the school to your teaching of the pupils with a strong commitment to social, moral, spiritual and cultural education and British values. You will commit to follow the staff code of conduct.

You will have a passion for Science and Maths and be able to engage the pupils through your and their creativity.

You will be a person with obvious compassion, a commitment to community life and experience beyond the classroom, maybe in Church work or charitable work.

Job description

We are a forward looking and innovative school, developing courses to meet the needs of a small school and a Christian school. This role might interest somebody who currently teaches maths or science but would like to have an opportunity to teach in a Christian school with small class numbers. The areas for teaching are KS2, KS3 and KS4 Mathematics and KS3 and KS4 Science, sharing the teaching or taking full responsibility. We are happy to consider any mix of teaching dependent on experience.

We are an equal opportunities employer.  As a designated faith school we will take into consideration a candidate’s faith as allowed in the Equality Act 2010, Schedule 22 paragraph 4.

Safeguarding is very important at the school, and we follow safer recruitment procedures. CVs are not accepted, and two references will be required including one from your current or last employer. Each candidate will need to complete Safeguarding checks.