We are seeking to appoint a teacher who:
•    Has real enthusiasm for their subject and a commitment to teaching Science 
•    Teaches engaging and challenging lessons that promote students’ abilities to learn independently and to respond effectively to feedback
•    Believes that Science has an important role to play in the development of students’ skills, knowledge and understanding
•    Is able to contribute to the Science team and take an active part in curriculum planning and preparation
•    Is able to instil in students a love of Science 
•    Recognises the value of learning beyond the classroom in enhancing the understanding and experience of the world in which we live
•    Is keen to work in a school which is held in high esteem by its parents and who want further to extend this reputation for excellence


We offer:
•    A professional learning culture that is highly focused on developing your teaching craft
•    A well-equipped, modern learning environment that includes a new £8 million teaching block
•    A strong community ethos built through a Small School System, with each Small School  retaining a strong sense of identity
•    A ‘stage not age’ attitude to career development opportunities
•    A school that provides rich opportunities for extra-curricular activities including the Duke of Edinburgh Scheme, team sports, dramatic performances and an internationally acclaimed School Band
 

Salary: Mainscale / Upper Pay Spine

Closing Date: 21 January 2019, 12.00pm

Other Information

Burton Borough is an inclusive mixed Comprehensive School of 1100 students, situated on the Shropshire/ Staffordshire border within the pleasant market town of Newport.  Our location provides easy access to/ from Shrewsbury, Stafford, Telford and Wolverhampton
The school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. Successful applicants will need to undertake a DBS enhanced clearance for the school.
For further information telephone 01952 386500 or email kay.mcclean@taw.org.uk

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