- London, UK
- Full-time employment
- Apply by 21 Dec, 2018
- Posted on 22 Oct, 2018
- Start date:
- Visa Sponsor
- £ 17,000.0 per year
Are you a Physicist looking for an exciting new venture? We are a start-up school looking for a creative and inspiring graduate with an entrepreneurial spark.
The Laurels School was founded in 2013 to combine high academic standards and personal development within a Catholic framework. Our virtue based education is one-of-a-kind and our staff come from a range of industries which allows us to offer our students authentic advice allowing them to be successful.
We are seeking to appoint an energetic, creative and inspiring individual who has the drive to play a pivotal role in setting up the Physics Department at an exciting time in the School’s development.
The successful candidate will be someone with a proven track record of using their initiative to set up their own projects. You must have the skills and attributes necessary to motivate students to understand and realise their ambitions. You will relish working in an environment that is forward-thinking, hard-working and fast-paced.
Applications are invited from an exceptional graduate who wants to try something different! If you are enthused by the opportunity to teach in a well-resourced and highly successful department and you have some teaching or tutoring experience this role would be perfect for you. You will have the opportunity to be part of a collaborative environment and contribute to the training of our part time technician and non-specialist staff.
A Strategic management
· Contributing to the Science Department Handbook
· Analyse and interpret relevant data to inform target setting, personalised learning and intervention
· Creating a subject overview and weekly lesson planners for KS4 & A Level classes
· Sharing best practice with colleagues
C Teaching and class management
· Teaching Science at KS3 and Physics at KS4 and A level
· Update the core/required practicals list for the 9-1 iGCSE scheme of work
· Contribute to the shared lesson resources by developing materials which include stretch and challenge tasks
D Monitoring, assessment, recording and reporting
· Analysing data from external exams and setting any relevant targets
E Other professional requirements
· Be part of the wider school community, running extra-curricular clubs.
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