Teacher, Suitable for NQTs
Biology, Chemistry, Physics
Will consider full-time, part-time
Main pay range 1 to Main pay range 6, £28,355 to £40,034
We are looking for a dedicated, motivated professional who is looking forward to working in a wonderfully diverse, multicultural school. Working with the Science Faculty, the successful candidate will have a passion for teaching and excellent classroom skills. If successful, you will be required to teach students from Key Stage 3 and 4, across the ability range.
The closing date is 18 June 2021 although we reserve the right to interview suitably qualified and talented candidates in advance of the deadline.
1. Financial benefits
• All staff benefit from the Outer London Pay Scale - this equates approximately to an additional £3,500 per year over standard salaries
• Free use of the school’s fitness suite before and after school
• Cycle to work scheme- a scheme that will allow you to make significant savings on cycle purchases
2. School-based benefits:
• Professional development
o The school will provide professional development opportunities at an appropriate level to new teachers:
Induction package for all new teachers, including whole school programme and mentor support
Appropriate CPL opportunities in and out of school
Opportunities for departmental and whole school development/experience
• Employee Assistance Programme
o Free confidential support, information and advice, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, including:
Support and counselling for home-life and work-related issues
Financial and debt enquiries
Support for managers
Applying for the job
Please see website for further details and application forms.
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Applications should be sent to: vacancies:friern.barnet.sch.uk
If you need these documents in an accessible format, please contact the school.
Local authority maintained school, ages 11 to 16
787 pupils enrolled
11 to 16
About Friern Barnet School
In line with our school motto, ‘Enjoy and Excel’, we are hugely ambitious academically for all our students. We also want them to live lives which are personally and socially fulfilling, developing a love for art, music, dance, theatre and culture which will enrich the whole of their lives. Our desire is that students leave us as mature, independent learners who are also engaged and responsible citizens, ensuring that they secure the results to go on to further and higher education institutions and then on to fulfilling careers.