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Teacher of Science

Job Summary

Employer:
Oak Hill School
Contract Type:
Permanent
Working Pattern:
Full time
Advert Start Date:
03/04/2018
Advert End Date:
Closed for applications on 11/05/2018 17:00
Salary:
MPS
Hours per week:
27.5
Job Category:
Teaching - Schools
Vacancy ID:
107079

Job details 

Closing date
11 May


Job information

Oak Hill School
Church Hill Road
East Barnet
Herts EN4 8XE


Teacher of Science
MPS plus SEN 1
Required from 1st September 2018 or earlier
Full time

Oak Hill School is a small provision for pupils aged 11-16, all of whom have an EHCP in the category of Social, Emotional and Mental Health. We currently have 35 pupils on roll (rising to 40 within the next year). Science is an important and popular subject for our pupils and pupils enjoy their lessons in this area. We are looking for a Science teacher to join us to run our Science department, delivering lessons to our interesting and challenging pupils.

Oak Hill School is a warm and welcoming school where the pastoral care is at the forefront of everything we do. We build close relationships with our pupils and their families and this gives us the bedrock from which we can work with our cohort to help them all achieve their potential and make their school days happy, fulfilling and purposeful. This nurturing environment is extended to our staff team where we pride ourselves on looking after our teachers and support staff in the same way as we do our pupils. We have a very low staff turnover, which we believe is a result of the happy and supportive ethos along which the school runs.

All pupils study Science at KS3 and most will continue to study the subject at BTEC or GCSE level. Classes have a high staff to pupil ratio - a member of our team of highly experienced and skilled LSAs and support staff supports teachers in every lesson. We have high expectations of our pupils in terms of behaviour and work output and all staff are trained and encouraged in their development of effective behaviour management skills.

The successful candidate should demonstrate real enthusiasm for teaching of Science, strong behaviour management skills and a willingness to learn more about SEMH alongside specialists, advisory and therapeutic staff.

If you are interested in joining our school we would love to hear from you. For further details, a full job description and an application form please telephone Mrs Nicola Baker on 020 8361 4639 or email nicola.baker@apoakhill.org.uk

We comply fully with the ethos of safer recruitment and undertake all relevant checks. References will be sought before interview. We welcome visits to the school prior to application and/or interview. Closing date for applications 5pm on Friday 11th May 2018. Interviews will take place the following week.

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This job is closed for applications.

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