Part-time Science Teacher

Posted 28 June 2024
Salary Negotiable
Job type Contract
Discipline Secondary Education
Contact NameChloe Brown

Job description

Part-time Science Teacher


Thursday and Friday 8:30am - 3:30pm

ASAP Start

Remedy Education is currently looking for a fully qualified teacher to come and join our growing team on Thursdays and Fridays.

This is a long-term on going position.

Science Teacher Key Responsibilities:

  • Creating engaging lesson plans that meet the requirements of the National Curriculum, keeping up-to-date with changes.
  • Planning classes to include a variety of demonstrations, instruction, hands-on activities, group work and individual projects, providing pupils with opportunities to learn through different methods.
  • Teaching lessons at an appropriate level to include all pupils, aiding their understanding of the three major sciences: physics, chemistry, and biology.
  • Adapting teaching approach and materials according to the pupils' abilities, giving them the opportunity to question and investigate.
  • Communicating effectively with the pupils so they are clear about the objectives of each lesson and project.
  • Demonstrating experiments and assisting pupils to safely carry out practical experiments themselves, to enhance their comprehension of the topic.
  • Encouraging and supporting pupils in their own research for science projects.
  • Working closely with colleagues in the science department, coordinating lessons and instructing Laboratory Technicians and Teaching Assistants (TAs).
  • Setting homework and carrying out assessments.
  • Taking the register, updating records, marking work and writing performance reports.
  • Establishing good behaviour requirements in the classroom.
  • Following safeguarding and health and safety procedures.
  • Meeting with senior staff, parents, or external bodies to discuss pupils' progress or any concerns.
  • Attending staff meetings and parents' evenings.
  • On-going training events in or outside of school.

Science Teacher Requirements:

  • Outstanding knowledge of science as a National Curriculum subject, covering the core disciplines of physics, chemistry and biology.
  • Ability to plan and design interesting lessons and projects using a variety of teaching methods.
  • Excellent organisational skills.
  • Enthusiasm to motivate pupils to enjoy the subject, work hard and do their best in science.
  • Good communication skills to engage with pupils.
  • Ability to inspire a positive attitude in pupils and colleagues.
  • Patience to deal with various situations.
  • Dedication to providing an optimum learning environment.
  • Commitment to provide a safe school environment.
  • Competence in the use of various computer systems and software packages, including Microsoft Excel, Word, PowerPoint and Google Classrooms.
  • Holds a QTS