Head of Science
|Salary||Main/Upper Pay Range|
|Organisation||Aylestone Business and Enterprise College|
|Closing date||12 pm on 13 October 2017|
|For more information contact|
Should you wish to visit the school or talk to key staff prior to application then we would welcome the opportunity to meet you and show you around our school. If you would like to arrange such a visit, then please call and ask for Mrs Brenda Billington, PA to the Headteacher (01432 357371) to arrange this, or to discuss the post over the phone with Mr Robertson, the Headteacher.
Required for January 2018
Head of Science (TLR 2c)
This is an exciting opportunity for an enthusiastic, dynamic, creative teacher and outstanding leader to join our school as Head of Science. We are looking for an energetic, enthusiastic and inspiring leader with a real passion for Science. We offer you an exciting opportunity to work with and enhance a forward thinking, highly successful and motivated team.
Whilst the school has a relentless focus on high expectations and aspirations we are proud to provide a happy and nurturing environment, so that as well as maturing into well-rounded, confident young people, our students develop a passion for learning.
We are looking for a leader who has a clear commitment to achieving the best possible outcomes for pupils of all abilities. We are looking for an inspirational and innovative leader who believes in inspiring our students to develop a love of science, and who will be committed to improving teaching and learning across the department. In particular we are looking for someone to drive outcomes in all science subjects.
Applications are invited from outstanding classroom practitioners with a proven record of motivating pupils to achieve success. Science specialism is not relevant. The successful applicant will have a record of delivering consistently good to outstanding lessons and have the ability to raise standards of teaching and learning across the faculty. Additionally, they should be able to contribute to, organise, develop and deliver schemes of work which help promote engagement, excellence, and independent thought.
The Governing Body are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and vulnerable adults. The successful candidate will be subject to an enhanced disclosure through the Disclosure and Barring Service and additional recruitment checks.
Interviews in week commencing 16th October