An opportunity has arisen at a school in Stockport, for an experienced Physics teacher to join the teaching staff on a temporary basis. The role will commence after the Easter break, and will run through until the end of the academic year. It is crucial that the applicant will:
- Hold QTS (or an equivalent qualification)
- Be educated to degree level (preferably in Physics or a related subject)
- Have delivered high quality Physics lessons within a secondary school previously.
Owing to the often complex nature of the subject, it is crucial that the applicant will be able to:
- Work to deliver the school's curriculum, as well as being able offer alternative provision for those requiring additional support.
- Cater for the needs of all pupils, including those with SEN.
- Working with support staff to deliver interventions when necessary, as well as identifying those who will require additional help within the subject.
The required applicant will be able to:
- Deliver feedback to subject leaders, senior leaders and parents whenever necessary.
- Work in collaboration with support staff, to ensure that work and homework has been differentiated effectively.
- Make lessons engaging for pupils to ensure that they remain focused throughout, as well as homework tasks that allow pupils to think independently about relevant curriculum.
- Be able to work with students on both a 1:1, as well as group basis, to ensure that alternative learning methods are implemented.
- Pay - £24,373 - £40,490 annually, based on prior experience.
The school's location in Stockport is a short distance from Manchester city centre. The M60 motorway is located close by, as well as numerous public transport links. For further information regarding this position, please contact the Manchester East Secondary branch at Teaching Personnel.