Teacher of Science Full Time or 0.6 considered (MPS)
An exciting opportunity has arisen for a passionate and inspirational Teacher of Science to join our Academy from January 2021.
Our Science Faculty is highly regarded within our Academy and regularly achieves good examination results with students. Students enjoy the welcoming atmosphere, support and challenge that they receive from the faculty and work hard for their successes.
You will receive access to a quality CPD programme that is transforming learning at our school. St John Fisher is a breeding ground of innovation, and we pride ourselves on creating numerous opportunities for self and career development for our teachers.
The department delivers a whole host of GCSE and A Level courses, and so the successful candidate will have the opportunity of teaching across the full age range Key Stage 3 to Key Stage 5.
We are a Catholic 11-19 mixed school with nearly 1200 students on roll (approximately 200 in the Sixth Form). The school was founded to help parents to provide a Catholic education for their children, and this remains our founding principle. We are committed to showing Christian care and concern for all staff, students and parents.
St John Fisher is going through an exciting period of transition and change under the guidance of a new Headteacher and Senior Leadership Team. We are creating opportunities for staff to be involved in a range of national teaching projects that will have a clear impact on teaching and learning and student progress in school.
St John Fisher is a nurturing and caring Christian community that provides fantastic career development opportunities. We look forward to hearing from candidates that are motivated by this vision and want to join a school that encourages students at every turn to fulfil their potential.
Application forms and further details are available from the school website and should be returned by Tuesday 20th October.
St John Fisher Catholic Voluntary Academy is committed to the protection of our children and to best practice in the recruitment of staff.
Applicants should note that, in accordance with KEEPING CHILDREN SAFE IN EDUCATION 2018, it is the applicant’s responsibility to have made any necessary registrations relevant at the time of making this application which is required for people working or volunteering with children. Accordingly, any offer of employment made will be conditional upon the results of checks from the Disclosure & Barring Service (“the DBS”) and Employer Access Online (regarding teacher prohibition/disqualification from working with children and young people).
St John Fisher Catholic Voluntary 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.