This academy is committed to enabling students to realise their potential through the provision of exciting opportunities which help them to develop their talent. They continue to be a Good co-educational secondary school.
This vibrant 11-16 school with a roll of 1500 students has excellent facilities in all subject areas. They are committed to high quality inclusive education for students of whom fifty per cent are multi-lingual. Rated by Ofsted in 2017 as Good with Outstanding Leadership and Behaviour. Their academic results consistently improve due to our ambitious and dedicated staff; the hard work of pupils and the support of their parents.
Tradewind are looking for an effective and engaging Science teacher who has QTS and good behaviour management and experience teaching both Key Stage 3 & Key Stage 4, Edexcel GCSE Science. All students study science at Key Stage 4 which included Edexcel GCSE Triple Science - Biology/Chemistry/Physics takes a more in depth look at the individual sciences. Edexcel GCSE Combined Science (Double Award) is an introduction to scientific ideas and methods. Edexcel GCSE Triple Science - Biology/Chemistry/Physics takes a more in depth look at the individual sciences.
This client is based in the heart of Newham, East London.
This client boast a new building with state of the state of the art facilities. A dominant aspect of the school's ethos is committed to the provision of a full range of extra-curricular activities, particularly in: sport, debating, drama, music and computing
If this sounds like a role you would be interested to you or to find out about other similar teaching opportunities contact Leanne King, Business Manager, directly for further information. To speed up this process please send a CV direct to Leanne.email@example.com.
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