Chemistry NQT

Sutton, London
PERM/MAP/310320_1585936341
Date Posted:03 Apr 2020
  1. Secondary Teacher
£28355 - £31480 per annum
  1. Permanent

Chemistry NQT

Sutton, London
Chemistry NQT


Chemistry NQT - Can offer Skype/Remote Interview during school closures - Teaching KS3- KS4 Chemistry - Permanent post starting September 2020 - "Good" Ofsted - Part of local multi-academy trust - Sutton, Inner London Payscale


Are you searching for your first NQT position in a school where you can develop outstanding pedagogy towards teaching and inspire your students to achievement? Would you like to work in a "Good" secondary school which heavily invests in it's staff members through bespoke continuous professional development?


Tradewind, Permanent Division, work alongside exceptional schools in London through placing talented Science teachers in permanent positions for September. If you would like to be considered for this exciting position, apply immediately!


***Chemistry NQT
***Suitable for Newly Qualified Teachers only
***Able to provide well-supported NQT induction
***Mixed Secondary School - 1600 students
***Part of highly successful Multi-Academy trust
***Permanent Position for September 2020


The School - Chemistry NQT - Sutton, South London

As an oversubscribed high-achieving secondary school, this forward-thinking setting sets high expectations in attainment and behaviour, which has led to the school achieving continually strong academic results. Situated in the tranquil borough of Sutton, this school benefits from excellent access into the city centre including being walking distance from the Thameslink which can take you directly into London Blackfriars. Facilities within the school are excellent where you will have access to the latest technology, a multi-gym and specialist Science laboratories. The Chemistry curriculum is taught to develop student's social awareness and responsibility in order to be effective global citizens. Therefore, the curriculum is taught in a collaborative and responsive way where, through excellent relationships between students and teachers, the Science department can offer a tailored approach towards learning. As a Chemistry NQT at this school you will benefit from a thorough NQT induction where you will be paired with an experienced Mentor and provided with weekly CPD sessions to further develop outstanding practice. Many students choose to take a Science subject for A level and further pursue this at degree level, which means as you establish yourself within the school through eventually teaching up to KS5 level. If you feel you would make an excellent fit for this school, apply immediately to this post!


About the Role - Chemistry NQT - Sutton, South London

The successful Chemistry NQT will be completing their teacher training and gaining QTS for this September.
Through being part of a multi-academy trust, this school is able to provide continuous professional development and would therefore suit a proactive and reflective teacher.
This role requires rights to work in the UK as the school is not able to provide sponsorship.
For this role, the successful Chemistry specialist will possess similar high expectations in student behaviour and progress across all students.
To be successful in this position you will have experience teaching KS3 and KS4 Chemistry, where there is an opportunity to teach KS5 in the future.
You will have an in depth understanding of the National Curriculum in both Science and Chemistry and possess outstanding subject knowledge.

How to apply - Chemistry NQT - Sutton, South London

If you are interested in this Chemistry NQT post, please contact Megan at Tradewind Recruitment, Permanent Division on 0207 845 5451 or email your CV to megan.allen@twrecruitment.com for an immediate call back! Alternatively, if you wish to have a confidential discussion regarding further career prospects, email or call me now!

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