We have the following vacancy:
Teacher of Years 7 & 8 Science with GCSE Physical Sciences (Physics and/or Chemistry) (MPS/UPR)
0.52 fte science teaching responsibility
From September 2021
Aylesbury High School is a popular and oversubscribed 11-18 girls’ selective school, serving Aylesbury and North Bucks. The school has been judged ‘Outstanding’ in all categories by Ofsted and we are part way through an exciting period developing our 3-5 year ‘2020 Vision’. Our school aim is: To Inspire students to seek Challenge, fulfil their potential and Prepare for the world of today and tomorrow. We are known locally as AHS and our educational philosophy is one of being Academic, Holistic and Safe and inclusive. Academic results are important as one facet to the school, our holistic approach is reflected in the breadth of our co-curricular offering and we view safeguarding and inclusion as at the heart of our school.
We offer the opportunity to join our enthusiastic and committed team teaching Science to able and motivated students who are a pleasure to teach. We are looking to appoint a Year 7 & 8 Science teacher with the ability to teach GCSE Physics and/or Chemistry.
We will provide an outstanding CPD programme and a very supportive NQT induction scheme. Staff welfare is important to us and we offer corporate gym membership and the ‘cycle to work scheme’, as well as having a staff wellbeing committee and social events. We are a ‘Google Reference School’, with training and support provided to all staff.
This posts would equally suit an experienced or newly qualified teacher.
The ideal candidate will have:
- An good honours degree in a relevant subject
- Excellent subject knowledge
- A highly professional attitude and the ability to build good relationships with students, parents and colleagues.
- A confident presence in the classroom
- Strong ICT skills
- A holistic view of education, recognising the importance of co-curricular enrichment
Interview Date: After the Easter break, date TBC
If you are shortlisted for this post, you will also be required to complete a self-disclosure form as part of the recruitment process; this will not be used for shortlisting purposes.
The School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and expects all staff to share this commitment. The appointment will be subject to references which are satisfactory for the advertised post, an enhanced DBS check with a Child Barred List check, identity checks, prohibition orders and qualification checks as appropriate.