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Physics Vacancy

Do you want to make an impact? Keen on being part of a team concentrated on delivering outstanding Teaching and Learning and not filling in forms about it? We know, particularly at Sixth Form, that great teachers transform the life chances of our students. That is why we are looking for a talented Physics teacher to start up and lead our GCSE and A-Level offer.

Our West London school sees small classes sizes around 20 at GCSE and below 10 at A-Level.

You will have the opportunity to work with autonomy and be part of a highly committed and diverse community of staff and students. Applications are welcomed from open-minded team players with a ‘can do’ attitude.

Contract start date: September 2022


Closing Date: 10 am on Monday 6 Dec

Interviews: According to application

Salary: Outer London MPS/UPS (£29,915 – £45,766) + TLR (for the right candidate)

Contract type: Full-time  (part time for the right candidate)

Contract term: Permanent

We’ve got a really clear idea about the type of teachers we’d like to join our team.  We know there is a recruitment crisis right now, but that doesn’t mean we’ll just settle for anyone we can get.

We REALLY want people who

believe it’s a schools responsibly to prepare students for their lives –  not just for exam

want to be in a school which will openly question why we are doing what we are doing and how do we do it better

you have an itch that you just can’t scratch in your current job, that you want to be part of something new that’ll make a massive difference to students’ lives

are all about working smarter, not harder

are horrified about the number of NEETS in this country and want to do something about it

Our culture is one of aspiration, progression and innovation.

We think differently; take our school day as an example. Our later start of 9:20am for students allows our staff time to plan in the morning, whilst they are fresh. It also responds to the adolescent brain, which is more alert later in the morning.

Staff meetings take place in the morning; developing our staff is always a priority, it is only right that this takes place at the start of the day, free from the distractions and fatigue of the school day.

Directed time finishes at 1:50pm every Friday and starts at 8:50am on Monday allowing you to make the most of your weekend.

We offer genuine support and guidance to our staff, after all, you are our most important resource.

Department offices, assigned classrooms, staff laptops, cloud technology; we do our utmost to make your job work for your benefit.

We hold the highest aspirations for staff and students alike. Support is given to increase your impact through high quality and well planned professional development.  Benefit is gained from opportunities across our Trust, Hounslow Education Partnership and our local teaching alliance.

Piqued your interest? You can book a confidential discussion about this post with the Principal, arrange or just submit your application by contacting Penny Davies on – p.davies@tudorparkeducation.org.

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Tudor Park Education Trust is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. All offers of employment are subject to an Enhanced DBS check, and where applicable, a prohibition from teaching check will be completed for all applicants.

This post is exempt from the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 (Exceptions) Order 1975 (2013 and 2020).  This means that certain convictions and cautions are considered ‘protected’ and do not need to be disclosed to employers, and if they are disclosed , employers cannot take them into account.  Guidance about whether a conviction or caution should be disclosed can be found on the Ministry of Justice website:
https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/new-guidance-on-the-rehabilitation -of-offenders-act-1974.

Under Part 7 of the Immigration Act 2016, the Public Sector fluency duty requires state funded schools to ensure candidates for their customer facing roles have the necessary standard of spoken English (or English or Welsh in Wales). A teacher is required to communicate with pupils to support their learning and therefore the person appointed to this post should have fluent spoken English.

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