This job expired on 4 October 2021

  • Expected start date

    1 January 2022

  • Application deadline

    4 October 2021 at 9:00am

  • Date listed

    21 September 2021

Job details

Job role
Teacher
Suitable for early career teachers
Subjects
Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Science
Working pattern
Will consider full time, part time
Contract type
Permanent
Salary
MPS / UPS (fringe area)

Job summary

TEACHER OF SCIENCE
ST CLEMENT DANES SCHOOL
MPS/UPS (Fringe Area)
Full-time or part-time permanent post (0.70-0.90 FTE)
Start date: 1st January 2022

We are seeking a Science Teacher who will be able to contribute positively to the work of the Science Department.

We would like you to have:

Essential:
• Qualified Teacher Status
• A passion for Science and for education in its widest sense
• Experience of teaching Science at KS3 and KS4
• A natural aptitude to model the Trust’s core behaviours – ‘We display transparency, kindness and respect in all our interactions with others, and support each other in all our endeavours. We are tenacious in our desire to make the difference together’.

Desirable:
• Specialism in Chemistry or Physics

We can offer:
• A positive working environment within an extremely well-resourced school
• The support of a highly professional and committed staff team and the opportunity to expand your professional networks beyond the Trust through our external partnerships
• The opportunity to develop your career within an expanding multi academy trust with a track record of excellent student attainment and achievement
• Exceptional professional development opportunities

The Trust is committed to safeguarding children and young people. All post holders are subject to a satisfactory Enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check.

How to make an application:
• Please read the attached Appointment Brief before completing your application.
• To apply, complete the My New Term Application Form using the Supporting Statement section of the form to detail your suitability for the role, your motivation for making an application and how your knowledge, experience and training meet the person specification.
• The vacancy closes at 9.00am on Monday 4th October 2021, however, early application is advised as we reserve the right to close the advert early should a suitable applicant be found.
• Interview date: As soon as possible after 4th October 2021.
• If you have any questions or would like to discuss this role further, please contact Dawn Gamble, Recruitment Manager on 07917 035962 or at recruitment@danesedtrust.org.uk
Website: www.stclementdanes.org.uk / www.daneseducationaltrust.org.uk
School Address: Chenies Road, Chorleywood, Hertfordshire WD3 6EW
E-mail: recruitment@danesedtrust.org.uk
Danes Educational Trust Address: C/o St Clement Danes School, Chenies Road, Chorleywood, Hertfordshire WD3 6EW
Tel: Dawn Gamble 01923 589699 / 07917 035962

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Supporting documents

If you need these documents in an accessible format, please contact the school.

School overview

School type
Academy, ages 11 to 18
Education phase
Secondary
School size
1578 pupils enrolled
Age range
11 to 18
Contact phone number
07917 035962

About St Clement Danes School

Thank you for your interest in St Clement Danes School.

St Clement Danes is an oversubscribed, highly regarded school situated in Chorleywood on the border between Hertfordshire and Buckinghamshire. With over 1000 applicants for 240 places annually, it is a popular local choice. It is partially selective, allocating 10% of places based on musical aptitude and 10% on the basis of an academic test. When last visited by Ofsted, it was awarded outstanding in every one of the then 31 measures. It has more recently been awarded ‘World Class School’ status, an accolade awarded to schools who have moved ‘beyond outstanding’.

St Clement Danes has a proud history dating back to 1862 and celebrates an annual Commemoration Service in St Clement Danes Church in the Strand. Outcomes at all levels are excellent and in particular the school prides itself on the progress of its students. In 2019, the Progress 8 measure was +0.48. There is plenty of scope for you to help move the school forward; ensuring that St Clement Danes is consistently ‘beyond outstanding’.

St Clement Danes is an outward facing school, it leads the Herts & Bucks Teaching School Alliance, is the lead school of the Hertfordshire Challenge Partners hub, leads the Science Learning Partnership across a wide area of London and the South East and is one of a select few National Computing Hubs. We are proud to be part of Danes Educational Trust, more information about the Trust can be found below.

Relationships between staff and students are a great strength of the school. Students respect staff and appreciate their efforts as they “move from one high-quality learning experience to another.” The school prides itself on nurturing students’ talents, whatever they might be as evidenced by phenomenal success in sport, wonderful drama productions and an enviable programme of music.

The school site has benefited from extensive investment over recent years including an art and maths building, dance studio, learning resource centre and pastoral hub. The school is clean, green and well cared for; visitors remark on the attractive working environment enjoyed by staff and students alike.

Working at St Clement Danes means working with a talented, inspirational, and innovative team of teachers and support staff at the heart of the local community. We believe in making a real and lasting positive difference to every learner's life at St Clement Danes. If you share our commitment to educational excellence, we want to hear from you.

The students are capable, concientious and self-motivated learners: have a look at our website's news pages to get a taste of the student experience or follow us on Twitter @SCDSchool. The school is close to beautiful countryside - Google images of the Chess Valley for a taste - and on the Metropolitan and Chiltern Railways lines into London. A few minutes from Jct 18 of the M25, the school is close to towns regularly voted as some of the best places in the UK to live and raise a family and, although an affluent part of the country, there is plenty of affordable housing in nearby Watford and its surroundings.

If you choose to apply for a job with the Trust, you will join a happy, successful team whilst making a wise investment in your future career. We look forward to hearing from you.

If you would like to organise a visit to the school or if you would like to discuss any position in more detail then please contact Dawn Gamble (Recruitment Manager) at recruitment@danesedtrust.org.uk.

The Danes Educational Trust

The Trust’s core values are:

We value joy in working, teaching and learning together
We encourage everyone within our Trust to feel optimistic about the future and how they can shape it
We support all individuals in developing resilience to enable them to respond to change and grow as a result
We value and support the wellbeing of all individuals who learn and work in our schools
We provide equality of opportunity and experience for all
We provide a safe and secure learning environment for all
Websites – www.stclementdanes.org.uk / www.daneseducationaltrust.org.uk

Mr T Sutherland

HEADTEACHER

Arranging a visit to St Clement Danes School

Contact Dawn Gamble - recruitment@danesedtrust.org.uk

School location

Chenies Road, Rickmansworth, Hertfordshire, WD3 6EW

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