Dunbar Education Presents: Teacher of Physics
Location: An ofsted 'good' 11-18 mixed school in Harrow
Contract: Full Time, Permanent
Start Date: ASAP
Salary: MPS/UPS (outer London)
Welcome to an exciting opportunity to join a dynamic educational community in Harrow as a Teacher of Physics. The school consistently achieves excellent rates of progress for all its learners from Key Stage Three through to the Sixth Form.
The school is committed to fostering a safe, caring environment and upholding the highest standards for its learners. The goal is to provide a platform for staff to deliver exceptional lessons, with a strong focus on offering the highest levels of stretch and challenge for all learners.
Why Choose This School:
Convenient Location: Located in a fantastic area with excellent transport links, our school allows staff to reside across London and the commuter belt, ensuring realistic travel times. Plus, ample staff parking ensures stress-free mornings.
Professional Development: The school is dedicated to teacher development, offering a comprehensive and exciting program of CPD, including coaching for all staff to help them refine their practice.
Work-Life Balance: They prioritize work-life balance, recognizing that enjoying your work is essential for well-being. It's of the highest importance.
Collaborative Planning: Time is set aside time every week for dedicated joint faculty lesson planning and have implemented an assessment policy that is sensitive to staff's time demands while meeting the needs of learners.
Flexibility: The school offers flexible working practices where possible and provides a well-being day for all staff, as well as an individual well-being day to be taken as and when wanted.
Supportive Culture: School management promotes a culture of approachability, ensuring that support is readily available for issues both within and outside of school life.
As a Teacher of Physics, you will play a pivotal role in shaping our students' futures. We are looking for candidates who meet the following criteria:
Qualified Educator: You hold a recognized teaching qualification and relevant degree, specializing in Physics or a related field.
Passion for Teaching: Your enthusiasm for Physics and commitment to delivering high-quality education are evident in your teaching methods and interactions with students.
Innovative Teaching: You have a track record of innovative and engaging teaching practices that inspire curiosity and critical thinking in students.
Strong Communication: Effective communication skills are essential for building positive relationships with students, colleagues, and parents.
Dedication to Improvement: You are dedicated to continuous improvement and embrace new teaching methods and technologies to enhance the learning experience.
If you are an enthusiastic and dedicated Physics educator we encourage you to apply for this position, or contact Suzanne Jones at Dunbar Education to discuss further.