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Teacher of Science

SalaryText
£28,000 - £38,810 per year (Teacher M1 - M6)
Term Entry
Permanent
Type Hours
Full Time (32.5 hours per week)
Days
Monday to Friday
Address
Bridlington School, Bessingby Road, Bridlington, YO16 4QU
Closing date
Job closes on 22 April*
Interview date
Interview is 28 April
Service area
Service area: Schools
Job reference
Job reference: BSSC004771
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Description

The job itself

Bridlington School Science Department is looking for an enthusiastic, well organised, team player to join our team. Our aim is to raise expectations and aspirations for all our students. Our tagline is “Science: Always questioning the world around you. Bright minds. Bright futures”.

Following an increased uptake of students opting to study science, we are delighted to be growing our team.

You will have the opportunity to teach Combined Science and Triple Science at GCSE, we also have an offering of Biology, Physics and Chemistry A-Levels with a view to starting BTEC Applied Science Level 3 from September 2023.

The Team

We are a well-resourced department with 8 labs, 2 prep rooms and 10 teachers. We are very proud of our curriculum and how it is designed to spiral our students learning and teach them to become the scientists of the future. As a department we lead on whole school priorities and are extremely passionate about everything Teaching and Learning. Collaboration is key to the success of our department and this includes the planning of resources and CPD to ensure we remain at the top of our game. Extracurricular activities are a fundamental part of our department and we run successful STEM, ECO and Study Skills Clubs. The department is support by 2 technicians and 3 teaching assistants all of who are extremely enthusiastic and form an integral part of our team.

What we can offer You

It is an exciting time to join Bridlington School as we continue to strengthen relationships with other local Education providers including nearby Secondary Schools and Primary Feeders. This provides opportunity to be involved in transition and outreach work, but also connections with peers across the local area.

The school has a genuine and sustained focus on reducing workload, particularly in relation to marking and feedback.

You will join a supportive department who can assist your own career aims including progression. Many of our senior staff joined Bridlington School as NQTs/ECTs.

About You

The successful candidate will:

  • have a passion to enthuse students using expertise in the field of Science
  • be outgoing, flexible and adaptable to cope with demands of the role;
  • have a commitment to professional development;
  • have experience of working with children;
  • have the ability to manage a whole classroom environment.
  • be a form tutor and support the academic and pastoral development of your tutor group;
  • a passion for extra-curricular / enrichment activities.

Application Process

If you would like to visit the school prior to submitting an application, please contact Sarah Knight on 01262 672593

Completed application forms should be submitted via email to hr@bridlingtonschool.org.uk no later than 12 noon on Friday 23rd April 2023.

Online applications close on 22 April. Applications will be received at the school up until 12noon on 23 April.
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Name
Sarah Knight
Role
HR Officer
hr@bridlingtonschool.org.uk
Phone
01262 672593
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Schools applications

This school does not have the resources to send individual notifications to all applicants who are not shortlisted so if you have not been contacted within 2 weeks of the closing date you should assume you have been unsuccessful.

If selected for interview, an online search will be conducted for candidates. This is in line with KCSiE 2022.

DBS/Medical check

This post is subject to an enhanced DBS clearance check. The school is committed to safeguarding children and promoting their welfare. All members of staff are expected to share this commitment.

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