- M1 - UPS 3
Science Teacher job summary
Launceston College are looking to appoint two enthusiastic, dedicated and highly effective Teachers of Science. The successful candidates will teach science at KS3 and KS4, and potentially at KS5 depending on experience.
The ability to teach BTEC Applied Science Level 3 or A Level Chemistry is desirable, but not essential.
Launceston College Science Faculty is a consistently high-performing team that strives to deliver an exceptional science education for our students. The faculty works in collaboration with the Royal Society of Chemistry and Institute of Physics, along with other local and national institutions, to deliver a high quality, broad and rich science curriculum that enables all of our students to achieve exceptional outcomes. We are also building a brand-new science facility which will be opening at the end of 2022.
These roles are both 1.0 FTE, permanent positions. Please indicate on your application form which one you are applying for.
One role we would ideally like to start after Easter 2022 and the other is to commence September 2022.
Main pay range 1 to Upper pay range 3, £25,714 to £41,604
Applications are invited from both NQT's and experienced teachers.
To apply for these jobs, please download and complete the application form from our main recruitment page at www.launceston-college.sch.uk/vacancies/
We seek applicants who are aligned to our aim and vision and have the talent and passion to deliver that vision successfully. We support all our schools with our Trust-wide leadership and management, CPD, external networks, teaching and learning, school improvement, financial, administrative, estates, safeguarding and HR expertise.
We are looking for teaching and support staff who will deliver an exceptional education for the young people in our care.
We will offer:
● A modern, well equipped expanding college with outstanding facilities.
● A large team of dedicated and committed staff.
● A college culture which seeks to be fair, developmental, and supportive of staff and pupils.
● Opportunities to access professional development to ensure you are successful at the start and as the role develops.
● A large network across the primary and secondary settings, focusing on the 0-19 journey.
● Support from cross Trust systems and school improvement leaders.
We reserve the right to close this advert and interview and appoint earlier than the advertised closing date should there be a good response to the advert, so early applications are warmly invited.
Closing date for applications is Monday 31st January 2022, 9am.
Interview are likely to take place on Tuesday 8th February 2022.
Launceston College Multi Academy Trust is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. All posts are subject to DBS clearance and appropriate pre-employment checks.
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About Launceston College
- School type
- Academy, ages 11 to 18
- School size
- 1365 pupils enrolled
- Age range
- 11 to 18
Launceston College is part of the Launceston College Multi Academy Trust (Trust) alongside Altarnun Primary, Atlantic Academy, Bideford College, Egloskerry Primary and Launceston Primary School.
Launceston College is a large and established 11 – 18 secondary school in Launceston, Cornwall.
The belief at Launceston College is that the most vital part of any school is the people who make it what it is. Our students enjoy being part of our school community and we have a strong team of staff at the College who are united in encouraging students to work hard, to achieve their best and to respect others. To do this we believe that students need to be fully challenged and supported within a caring environment.
We believe that students should have all their achievements recognised, acknowledged and given credit; no child, however, should ever take away another child’s right to a high-quality education. The College is therefore run in a well-disciplined, orderly and respectful manner; we have rules and we expect students to follow them. Our very high expectations for standards of behaviour from all students were recognised by Ofsted in their most recent inspection who judged the behaviour of our students to be “outstanding”.
We are committed to the pursuit of individual excellence and achievement whilst ensuring that no-one is left behind. We believe in the education of the whole person and try to provide a range of experiences which promote the spiritual, moral, social and cultural development of our students; we are an accredited “Adventure Learning School” and provide a wide range of adventurous learning opportunities both inside the curriculum and beyond.