Curriculum Leader of Science Highdown School and Sixth Form Centre, Reading, Berkshire

Job description

We are seeking an experienced Science teacher to lead our successful and committed team of Science specialists.

Essential educational requirements

Experience teacher of Science

Essential qualifications

QTS

Essential skills and experience

The Science team deliver A-levels In Physics, Chemistry, Biology and Psychology to growing numbers at A-level. Progress in separate science and A-levels is excellent. We are looking for a colleague to lead combined sciences to outstanding achievement in line with the other results in the department.

Employee benefits

Paid at MPS + TLR1c
We are committed to staff professional learning and leadership development for all staff, at all levels

We provide highly regarded professional learning and Coaching for Excellence programmes

We have adopted a ‘Fair Workload Charter’

Staff have subsidised access to Highdown Sport and Leisure facilities


About Highdown School and Sixth Form Centre

Highdown was awarded academy status in 2010 and was judged to be a good school by Ofsted in April 2015. Highdown School and Sixth Form Centre is a thriving school where all students are challenged to reach excellence every day. Our most important resource is our staff. Therefore, we aim to create the conditions and culture within the academy that make Highdown School and Sixth Form Centre a rewarding place to work. We are committed to investing in staff professional learning and leadership development, taking action to rationalise workload, promote mental and physical health and wellbeing, and encourage collaboration and peer support. Highdown School and Sixth Form Centre is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff, teaching and support staff (including temporary and supply staff), governors and volunteers to share this commitment.

Address
Surley Row, Reading, Berkshire, RG4 8LR
Phase
Secondary
Type
Academy
Website
Highdown School and Sixth Form Centre website (opens in a new window)