Science Teacher – Rugby – September 2023

Posted 11 months ago by Twenty 4 Seven
Rugby, Warwickshire
Application deadline closed.

Job Description

Job Title: Secondary School Science Teacher Location: Rugby, United Kingdom Start Date: September 2023

Job Description: We are currently seeking a dynamic and dedicated Science Teacher to work at a reputable secondary school in Rugby. This is an exciting opportunity to inspire and educate young minds in the field of science, fostering a love for learning and promoting scientific thinking among students. The successful candidate will have a passion for science and a commitment to delivering high-quality education to secondary school students.


Develop and deliver engaging and comprehensive science lessons to students in accordance with the curriculum guidelines.
Utilize a range of teaching methods and resources to accommodate different learning styles and abilities.
Foster a positive and inclusive learning environment that encourages student participation and inquiry.
Assess and evaluate student progress through a variety of assessment techniques, providing constructive feedback to support their development.
Monitor and track student performance, identifying areas for improvement and implementing appropriate interventions.
Plan and organize practical experiments and demonstrations, ensuring safety protocols are followed at all times.
Keep up to date with the latest scientific advancements and educational practices to enhance teaching strategies.
Collaborate with colleagues to develop interdisciplinary projects and initiatives, promoting cross-curricular learning opportunities.
Maintain effective communication with parents/guardians, providing regular updates on student progress and addressing any concerns.
Participate in staff meetings, professional development sessions, and school events as required.

Qualified teacher status (QTS) or equivalent, specializing in science education.
Relevant academic background in science, preferably with a degree in a scientific discipline.
Strong subject knowledge across multiple science disciplines (e.g., biology, chemistry, physics).
Experience teaching science at the secondary school level, preferably in the UK education system.
Excellent communication and interpersonal skills to engage and motivate students effectively.
Ability to differentiate instruction and cater to the diverse needs of students.
Commitment to creating a safe and inclusive learning environment for all students.
Familiarity with the national curriculum and assessment requirements in science.
Passion for continuous professional development and staying abreast of educational advancements.
Ability to work collaboratively with colleagues and contribute to the school’s wider community.
Application Process: To apply for this role, please submit your comprehensive CV, including details of your qualifications and teaching experience, along with a cover letter outlining your suitability for the position. Shortlisted candidates will be invited for an interview and a demonstration lesson.

We offer a competitive salary package commensurate with qualifications and experience, along with a supportive and professional working environment dedicated to fostering excellence in education.