Science Teacher

Southwark, London
Date Posted:19 Jul 2019

Science Teacher

Southwark, London
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They are looking for a creative, ambitious, engaging teacher to join an expanding Science department.

Whether you're experienced or newly-qualified, this is your opportunity to enjoy the support and resources you need to deliver a life-transforming learning experience for every child and young person you teach. The Head of Science is looking for a talented and experienced qualified teacher to join a supportive department. This client is a high-achieving and oversubscribed, who are renowned for being more than just a school.

This client can offer high-quality education in a vibrant, innovative learning environment, where students and staff feel valued and supported. They are passionate about helping every student achieve their full potential in a caring, inclusive community.

As their new Science Teacher, you will be joining a supportive and nurturing environment that provides high quality, professional, developmental experiences and opportunities. You will be passionate, a team player and be able to raise aspirations and achievements of all students regardless of ability.

This rapidly growing Trust is driven by ambition for all. This client focus on achieving nothing short of world-class results in everything they do.

You'll find high expectations with this client. They expect the kind of exemplary behaviour that allows our teachers to do their jobs as effectively as they can. If successful you will find a fulfilling working environment, with tailored training and development designed around your aspirations, plus excellent career advancement opportunities.

If you are seeking a new rewarding new position, then please register your interested today or contact me personally for further details.

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