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- Huddersfield, UK
- Full-time employment
- Posted on 14 Sep, 2018
- Start date:
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- £ 35,000.0 per year
Role: Physics Teacher
Start Date: September 2019
Salary: Competitive, dependent on salary and qualifications
An outstanding independent school in Yorkshire are seeking a Physics Teacher from September 2019. This is a full time and permanent role.
This school's all-round and first-class education provides challenge, enjoyment and opportunities for every child to flourish. The Head firmly believes in encouraging and supporting every pupil to aim for their highest standards in every facet of school life. Staff develop each individual characteristics and attributes, so that they leave after Sixth Form as confident, ambitious and well rounded young adults who are prepared for life after education.
The school wishes to appoint a passionate and inspiring Physics Teacher. The successful candidate will be expected to teach Physics up to A level and also to teach another science at KS3 level as appropriate. You must have experience of teaching Physics across a secondary/senior school.
If you are interested in teaching Physics at an outstanding independent school please apply now. Or call Duncan Eaglesham on 0207 846 1570 for an informal conversation and more information. The school has a strong ethos of student welfare therefore any successful applicant will undergo a full enhanced criminal record check (DBS).
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