About the role
TEACHER OF PHYSICS (MPS/UPS)
We welcome applications from both ECTs and experienced teachers
Required as soon as possible
Full Time, Permanent Post
Closing date: 9am, Thursday 7 December 2023
Interview date: Tuesday 12 December 2023
We reserve the right to make an appointment before the closing date, so early applications are encouraged.
The Governors of this highly successful, partially selective, mixed school invite applications for the post of Teacher of Physics. We seek a highly motivated and energetic candidate to join our very successful and very well resourced Science Department. Three quarters of GCSE students take triple sciences, with the remaining entering Combined Sciences. Science is a very popular option at A-Level at the school and with 6 A-Level Physics classes, this post provides an excellent opportunity for an ECT or experienced teacher wishing to develop their A-Level teaching.
In the 2023 A level examinations, 60% of all grades were A*-A with 82% of grades being awarded A*-B. In GCSE examinations, students achieved an average Attainment 8 score of 71.2 with 25% of all grades being a grade 9 and 95% of students achieving 5 or more grades 9-4 including English and Maths. 79% of 53 A Level Physics student were graded A*-B with 60% graded A*-A. 82% of GCSE Physics results were graded 9-7, with 44% of grades being a grade 9.
The Governing Body is committed to admitting the children of staff in line with our admissions procedures.
Please download our Teaching Staff application form from our website to make your application. Please note that applications cannot be considered unless the application is completed in full. We are not able to accept CVs for any posts based in school. To apply, please send your completed application form together with a covering letter stating why you are well placed to take this position at our school to firstname.lastname@example.org by 9am, Thursday 7 December 2023.
Teacher Of Physics
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