Bridge Achievement Centre
Start Date: September 2021
Pay: MPS, SEN Allowance
Role: Science Teacher
About the Job
An exciting opportunity has arisen within the PRU for a dynamic and inspiring secondary qualified teacher of science. The successful candidate must be resilient, creative and adaptable, as well as committed to the development of high quality teaching practices and high standards of achievement. In addition to being an excellent teacher of science, they must be prepared to teach other subjects, according to the needs of the Centre. At the same time, they will be actively supporting the SLT in developing and promoting school improvement.
We are looking for:
● Qualified and experienced teachers with QTS status
● Excellent knowledge and experience of teaching science, up to and including GCSE
● Up to date knowledge and experience of inclusive practises
● Excellent teacher who enjoys working with young people and is able to forge positive relationships with them
● An enthusiasm for new approaches and ideas
● A “can do” approach to teaching with a passion for raising standards
● The ability to support all children to reach their full potential, and become well rounded, well balanced and confident, effective people
● An ambitious professional, committed to further personal development, and the development of the new curriculum
● A commitment to working as part of a dynamic team of professionals both in and out of the classroom
● Someone who is, ideally, able to offer skills and experience in at least one other area of school life
If you have the enthusiasm and desire to work in a forward thinking and innovative environment, the Bridge Achievement Centre would welcome your application.
Closing Date: Friday, 14th May
Shortlisting: Monday, 17th May
Interviews: Monday, 24th May
Information about the school
The Bridge Achievement Centre is a pupil referral unit (PRU) which offers a distinctive small school environment where each individual is well known, listened to and encouraged to be the best they can be. Serving around 100 students (across a number of settings) enables us to maintain an inclusive and nurturing community atmosphere, where staff work with students to develop the skills, confidence and knowledge needed to reach their full potential.
Our Centre and all its personnel are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children. This post is subject to an Enhanced Disclosure Application to the Disclosure and Barring Service.
Bridge Achievement Centre 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.