Head of Sixth Form Physics Dartford Grammar School, Dartford, Kent

Job description

An enthusiastic and committed teacher to teach Science and take responsibility for Sixth Form Physics in a high performing IB World School offering excellence within the state sector. The school has a new sixth form world school centre and one of the largest school sixth forms in the country.

The post offers exceptional opportunities to an outstanding teacher seeking additional responsibilities and looking for a significant amount of teaching in a Sixth Form where increasing numbers of girls choose to study Science at a higher level.

Dartford Grammar School is one of the highest performing schools nationally at Key Stage 4 and Key Stage 5, with excellent facilities designated as ’outstandingly successful’ in successive national and international inspections. All sixth form students study at least one Science as part of their post 16 studies. The ability to teach across all Key Stages (in at least one science) and a willingness to be an active participant in the extra-curricular life of the school are essential.

We are keen to hear from you if you are:
• an excellent classroom practitioner
• committed to raising achievement and transforming learning
• well-organised, proactive and able to work effectively as part of a team

Essential educational requirements

A Levels

Essential qualifications

Qualified Teacher Status

Essential skills and experience

To take responsibility for Sixth Form Physics

Employee benefits

Free Gym Membership

About Dartford Grammar School

Dartford Grammar School is a selective secondary academy for boys, which admits girls to its sixth form. There are six forms of entry to Year 7, and all of the students joining the school are from the top 25% of the ability range. The students come from Dartford, neighbouring towns and villages, and nearby London boroughs. The current roll is 1,510, including 591 in the sixth form.

West Hill, Dartford, Kent, DA1 2HW
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