Are you an enthusiastic and dynamic science teacher.
young people inspire you and do you have a passion for teaching and learning?
you committed to enabling all children to unlock their potential for life?
working within a friendly and dynamic science department in which all resources
are planned and available to you appeal?
If so, why not consider joining
our school. The world today has
highlighted the vital role science plays in our society. More than ever we need teachers to inspire
students into the world of science.
This is an exciting opportunity
for a passionate teacher of science who believes in bringing out the best in
every student. The successful candidate will join a strong, well-resourced team
who are committed to attaining the highest standard in teaching and learning.
Why chose our school:
- A new fully resourced KS3 curriculum with a strong focus on
knowledge, the application of knowledge, and practical work.
- An established and well-resourced Science department.
- We offer excellent opportunities for high quality professional
development and support.
- We have a strong commitment to staff well-being with a genuinely
friendly body of staff who support and care for each other.
- Excellent transport links with the M1, A1 and M25 close by.
What we are looking for:
- Someone with a confident understanding of the curriculum and the
ability to inspire students through their passion and knowledge of science.
- Someone who shows a commitment to high standards.
- Someone keen to develop their teaching repertoire through access
to high quality professional development opportunities.
- Applications are welcome from ECTs, experienced teachers looking
for a change, or teachers returning to the profession.
Particular attention is paid to staff development and staff participation. There is a comprehensive in-house training programme for all staff and we also support colleagues in attending numerous external events including Herts for Learning’s comprehensive programme of training courses. These include induction conferences for ECTs, to help deal with the challenges of the first years; training for leaders on how to prepare for the new curriculum; and everything in between, including subject-specific training.
Each year all staff have an opportunity to review their work and set objectives at an appraisal meeting. There is a robust system of pay progression in place for teaching and support staff.
Kings Langley School was re-developed under the Priority School Building Programme and we took delivery of a totally brand new school building in September 2016. The school has excellent teaching facilities with each learning area having its own suite of rooms with state of the art technology to support students’ learning and enrichment activities.
The school is committed to safeguarding children and young people. All post holders are subject to a satisfactory enhanced disclosure and barring service (DBS) check.
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