Contract: Full time, permanent
Start Date: September 2024
Closing date: 19th February (interviews 23rd February to be confirmed)
(Please note that interviews will be held during the school day and cannot be rearranged)
We are looking to appoint a high quality, enthusiastic Teacher of Physics to join the Science department. If you have the desire to make a real difference to the lives of young people and want to join a team of highly dedicated staff, then we would love to hear from you.
This role would be suitable for an experienced teacher or an NQT looking to start their teaching career within a MAT which provides lots of opportunities as well as working within a supportive department.
One of the ten schools within the Blackdown Education Partnership, Axe Valley currently has approximately 700 students in Years 7–11. The Academy is located in the East Devon area of the country, in the beautiful market town of Axminster, which is set on the River Axe. Axminster is just a few miles inland from the Jurassic Coast World Heritage Site but has excellent rail links to London and Exeter.
This is a really exciting post for a candidate who wants to make a difference to our students.
We can offer:
- A supportive team, both in the school and the wider trust
- Access to networking events across the wider trust
- Opportunities for training and development
- Staff wellbeing offer, including access to counselling and therapies such as reflexology
- Cycle to work scheme
For enquiries about the role, please contact Liz Heron (PA to Headteacher and HR co-ordinator) on 01297 32146
Please note we have the right to close the vacancy before its closing date, therefore early application is strongly encouraged.
Axe Valley Academy 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.We particularly welcome applications from under represented groups including ethnicity, gender, transgender, age, disability, sexual orientation or religion.
As part of our due diligence process when shortlisting, we may carry out an online search of publicly available material to identify any incidents or issues which we might want to explore with the applicant at interview.