Fixed term (Applications will be considered for the entirety of the maternity leave or for the summer 2021 term and/or autumn and spring terms 2021/22 until the maternity leave ends.)
Teacher of Science (Chemistry specialism)
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Fixed Term – 0.88 FTE (Maternity Cover)
NQTs are encouraged to apply.
Closing Date: Midnight Sunday 31st January 2021
Required from 19th April 2021
We currently have a fixed term (maternity cover) 0.88 FTE Teacher of Science position available.
Applications will be considered for the entirety of the maternity leave or for the summer 2021 term and/or
autumn and spring terms 2021/22 until the maternity leave ends.
Are you a strong, visionary Science teacher with passion, energy and creativity? Do you inspire young people
to excel? Do you want to work with an experienced team of supportive professionals who aim high and
achieve excellent results?
We are seeking an enthusiastic and innovative Science Teacher to join the highly successful Science
Department at St Peter's. This is a 0.88 FTE fixed term post from April 2021 due to maternity leave.
The role will involve working closely with the Subject Learning Leader and Science team in all aspects of
Science, with a Chemistry specialism. The successful candidate will need to teach Science across KS3 and KS4
We are a dynamic and interesting team, with a history of excellent results, who share ideas and resources
and support one another. If you are committed to ensuring all students make progress in Science, are able to
see things in innovative and exciting ways, work efficiently and effectively to ensure improvement and are
passionate about teaching engaging lessons, then we would welcome your application.
A willingness and ability to offer time and energy to our wellbeing programme &/or extra-curricular provision
(which we believe adds significant value to our character based approaches to education, including our Duke
of Edinburgh and Ten Tors), will be taken into consideration for applications.
As a Church of England Aided School, in cases of equal merit preference will be given to candidates who are
in sympathy with the foundation. The school is committed to promoting and safeguarding the welfare of its
students. This role is subject to DBS clearance.
Local authority maintained school, Church of England
1291 pupils enrolled
11 to 16
About St Peter's Church of England Aided School
Our passion for educating the whole character is supported by our Principles of HOPE.
We aspire to enable every member of St Peter’s to be able to say, “People believe the best of me here. I am safe. I take considered risks in order to learn and grow. I bring the best of me to St Peter’s and serve others to live the best life they can too.”