Cathays High School is seeking to appoint a full-time Physics teacher from 1st January 2021 or after Easter (depending on the circumstances of the successful candidate). The role will be suitable for NQTs and will be temporary for one year in the first instance. The successful candidate will also teach Science at KS3.
The school requires an excellent teacher to join a very strong team to deliver high quality teaching and learning experiences that meet the needs of our students. You will need to use assessment information and proven pedagogical methods to plan for the progress and achievement of all young people in your classes.
You will assist in the development of an appropriate syllabus, resources and schemes of work, and assist the Raising Standards Leader and the SLT to ensure that Science lessons help to deliver the school’s strategic objectives.
Cathays High School has outstanding systems for the professional development and support of all staff and especially those new to the profession. We have an excellent record of helping ambitious and hard-working staff to make rapid career progression within our community.
Therefore, if you are as committed as us to developing ambitious and capable learners and are committed to improving the life chances of all our young people then please complete an application form and letter.
In order to apply you must be a qualified teacher with a Science-based degree who has had recent teaching or teaching practice experience and have kept up to date with relevant professional development.
The post is suitable for appropriately qualified NQTs.
Please contact Mr Hywel Picken, Deputy Headteacher, if you would like to have a tour of the school before or after completing the application.
Full details are included on the job description and person specification. Only electronic applications will be accepted. To apply for the post please follow instructions on e-Teach.
Closing date for applications: 12pm on Monday 2nd November 2020
Interviews: w/b Monday 9th November 2020
Cathays High School 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.