ECT Science Teacher | London South, London
Are you a bright and diligent ECT Science Teacher looking for your first permanent teaching role?
Would you like to join a progressive School and high achieving Science department for your first role?
This is truly an exciting opportunity to become a Science Teacher at a Good secondary school that truly has the potential to be Outstanding, located in South London
- ECT Science Teacher position located in South London
- Opportunity to delivery Biology and General Science to KS3 and 4
- Permanent, Full-Time position starting September .2022 Interviews and trials now
A multicultural and popular secondary school, this school is found in West London and is easily accessible by public transport and has plenty of parking for candidates with a car. It benefits from all-round 'Good' standards and facilities and enjoys 'Training School' status. The school prides itself on this status and has a proven track record of progressing NQTs through to management positions and improving their own standard of teaching considerably. It excels in ensuring pupil's leave achieving much higher than when they arrived and benefits from the use of an extensive and state of the art ICT suite. As a hub of learning, activity, and pride for the local community the school is so much more than a place for academic learning. The school prides itself both on its academic and sporting success. Raising pupil’s attainment through their sporting endeavours incorporates a large part of the school’s health ethos. The school has a particularly accessible provision born out of a bumper subscription from pupils with EAL requirements. The school is well known in the area and is often oversubscribed thanks to its immense popularity.
In this Science Teacher post you will be teaching and working as a crucial part of the hard working and sociable Science faculty and you will be meeting the additional welfare demands of EAL pupils. Over 60% of the school’s pupils have English as an additional language so your differentiation of lessons will be crucial to becoming an outstanding teacher at this school. You will work in the Science Department, a favourite with pupils and this is a school where continued professional development and training is taken seriously. Staff members in this happy, positive department all work well together and you will find yourself welcomed warmly when you arrive begin. This all adds to the inclusive atmosphere conducive to providing the best learning and teaching within the school. Your responsibilities will include developing your teaching practice through instruction of a talented and experienced mentor and teaching with some great equipment, state of the art interactive whiteboards being available in almost all classes.
This position would suit a ECT who possesses already solid organisational and communication skills. Having these will allow you to hit the ground running and seamlessly blend in to the school and department. The successful candidate will have the confidence and teaching knowledge to remain upbeat and positive in the face of diversity and challenging situations.
For more information then please contact Karla Spinks at Edu Staff