Physics NQT

City of Westminster, London
PERM/ES/060219_1549468829
Date Posted:06 Feb 2019
£29664 - £31211 per annum

Physics NQT

City of Westminster, London
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Physics NQT - Key Stage 3 to 5 - Permanent role at an 'Outstanding' Ofsted School - Westminster, Central London - September 2019 - MPS1 £29, 664 / MPS2 £31, 211

Are you an ambitious Science teacher, passionate about helping students reach their full potential?
Do you have experience of teaching Science across Key Stage 3 to Key Stage 5 with a specialism in Physics?
Are you passionate about physics and perhaps have other Physics degrees or experience within physics prior to teaching?

Tradewind Permanent Division are working with an Outstanding Secondary school in Westminster, looking to recruit a Physics NQT for September. The school is already keen to interview Good and Outstanding NQTs to join their Outstanding Science department. This secondary school has high expectations and offers an exceptional NQT program. This will be working part of a very capable science department. If this exciting opportunity sounds of interest to you, please apply now.

***Physics NQT Newly Qualified Teacher - September 2019
***Science - KS3, KS4, KS5
***Permanent Teaching Opportunity - MPS1 £29, 664 / MPS2 £31, 211
***'Outstanding' Ofsted School
***Westminster, Central London
***Large and very capable science department

About the School - Physics NQT - Westminster, Central London
*This successful and long running secondary school, graded "Outstanding" by OFSTED recently is currently seeking an inspirational, motivated and creative Newly Qualified Science Teacher (NQT) to join the Science teacher and be part of the successful Science department within the school.
*The school is a multi-cultural school that specialises in the Sciences and Sport.
*With 1500 students on roll, the school is very diverse and has over 40 different languages spoken.
*The school prides itself on developing a nurturing family of students, parents and staff. The school is a very friendly school that values its staff, parents and children.
*They offer support and CPD and opportunities for funding for additional qualifications.
*The school can also offer competitive pay, pension scheme, cycle to work scheme, counselling, occupational health service, discounted gym membership, contribution towards eye tests and `more.

About the Role - Physics NQT - Westminster, Central London
*You will be a UK trained Newly Qualified Teacher with recent experience completing placements in the UK.
*You will have completed your first placement successfully in teaching Physics and either started your second placement or due to complete this, unless training on another course.
*The school is looking for a physics teacher who is committed to their learning journey and career within education.
*You will have high expectations of student behaviour, and you will be confident in working in a large department.
*You will be required to teach from Year 7 to A level and will have a varied timetable. The school can accommodate for teaching KS3 and KS4 if this is all you have experience with.
*This Physics NQT post will suit a science teacher who is still learning but has the potential to become an excellent Science teacher and physics specialist.

How to apply - Physics NQT - Westminster, Central London
If you would like extra information on this Physics NQT position or to apply for this role, you can contact Eve at Tradewind on 0207 845 5481 or email your CV to eve.shamash@twrecruitment.com. The school is keen to receive applications as soon as possible.
Tradewind is also working on other vacancies, so if you are looking for something else, we can help you find what you are looking for.
TRADEWIND IS HOSTING OUR NQT MASTERCLASS IN FEBRUARY HALF TERM - THIS FREE EVENT IS OPEN TO ALL NQTS, PLEASE SEE FOLLOWING LINK FOR DETAILS https://www.twrecruitment.com/NQTMasterclass

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