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Lead Practitioner of Science
Start date:September 2020
Leadership pay scale point 1 to 10. £41,065 to £51,311 per annum
Chase High School is a vibrant and inclusive 11-18 school, committed to providing high quality, all-round education for every student.
We are at an exciting time in our development and are seeking to appoint an outstanding practitioner who believes that education has the power to transform the lives of young people and has the ability to inspire them to believe it for themselves.
Results have risen rapidly in recent years and the successful candidate will have the skills and enthusiasm to make a significant contribution to our continued improvement.
This role involves working with the Subject Leader to develop outstanding teaching and learning throughout the science department.
In addition, the successful candidate will have a wider school role in promoting STEAM subjects by overseeing existing activities and developing new ones. This remit would extend from work with primary schools through to encouraging uptake of careers in STEAM areas.
For further information and a job description please contact Mrs Sue Callaghan on 01702 354441 firstname.lastname@example.org. Chase High School is committed to safer recruitment so all applicants must be prepared to undergo screening to confirm their suitability to work with children
Closing date for this vacancy: Monday 4th May 2020
Interviews will be held on receipt of application.
We reserve the right to close this vacancy early upon appointment of a successful applicant.
Chase High School is an academy that forms part of the Brentwood Academies Trust in partnership with St Martins, Brentwood.
Information about the School
Chase High School converted to an academy on 1 April 2015 under sponsorship of Brentwood Academies Trust. Ours is a happy, busy school where individualism is commended, difference is celebrated and the progress of every child and every adult is supported. For further details about our school, please visit our website www.chasehigh.org