Part-time Teacher of Science Lord Grey Academy, Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire

Job description

TEACHER OF SCIENCE
PART-TIME (0.6 FTE)

TLT MPS/UPS SCALE

We require, for January 2020, an enthusiastic, permanent Teacher of Science, to join our hard working Science Faculty team, in this large, mixed 11-19 academy.

The successful candidate:

• Will have a strong commitment to teaching and learning in Science;
• Will be able to teach Science to Year 7 to 11 students (any specialism can be considered, but physics would be an advantage);
• Will be an effective classroom practitioner committed to raising standards for all students;
• Will be fully committed to the maximising the achievement of every student;

We are also able to offer A Level teaching to the right candidate in any specialism.

A candidate information booklet and application form are available on the vacancies section of Lord Grey Academy’s website:
http://www.lordgrey.org.uk/general-information/vacancies/

Please note the application form is available on the right hand side of the above link.

Completed application form and covering letter should be submitted to Human Resources at Lord Grey or emailed to hr@lordgrey.org.uk by 9am on Monday 14th October 2019.

Only successfully short listed candidates will be contacted.

The school is committed to safeguarding children. The successful applicant will require an enhanced DBS check.

Essential educational requirements

• Qualified teacher status or the credentials to gain QTS or to teach in the UK
• Up to date knowledge and understanding of teaching and learning strategies
• Up to date knowledge of the national curriculum and public exam syllabuses in Science.
• Up to date knowledge of school systems to support students in their learning, e.g. SEN, pastoral and assessment systems in schools

Essential qualifications

• Qualified teacher status or the credentials to gain QTS or to teach in the UK
• Up to date knowledge and understanding of teaching and learning strategies
• Up to date knowledge of the national curriculum and public exam syllabuses in Science.
• Up to date knowledge of school systems to support students in their learning, e.g. SEN, pastoral and assessment systems in schools

Essential skills and experience

• An effective classroom practitioner
• The ability to work in partnership
• Organisational and administrative skills
• Good written and oral skills
• IT literate
• Belief that barriers to learning can be overcome
• A commitment to professional standards
• A commitment to quality and continuous improvement
• The ability to work under pressure
• Confidentiality: awareness and sound judgement
• A team orientated approach
• A commitment to equal opportunities, all aspects of the Equality Act and to narrowing the gap on inequality
• A commitment to follow all of the school’s Health and Safety requirements
• A commitment to ensure the effective implementation of the school’s Safeguarding and Child Protection Policy


About Lord Grey Academy

Lord Grey Academy is an exciting and vibrant learning community where students enjoy great success in and outside of the classroom. Our Academy motto; Aspire, Learn, Achieve is important to us as we prepare our students for successful adult lives in an increasingly competitive world. Lord Grey Academy is popular and is the first choice school locally. We have a strong focus on academic achievement throughout the school and develop our young people to be independent and resilient learners. We are immensely proud of our inclusive ethos and of the positive relationships that we build with parents and the local community. We believe that all students can achieve.

Address
Rickley Lane, Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire, MK3 6EW
Phase
Secondary
Type
Academy
Website
Lord Grey Academy website (opens in a new window)