Science teacher

Cambridgeshire, PE16 North Cambridge
Temporary/Full Time £ - £37.00

Posted 16 days ago

Job Opportunity: Science Teacher

Position: Science Teacher (across years 7-11)

Location: Huntingdon

Role type: Full-Time

Are you a passionate and dedicated Science Teacher looking for an exciting opportunity in the Huntingdon area? We are currently seeking a qualified Science Teacher to join a vibrant school on a long term cover basis, working full time and becoming a valued member of the Science department.

Take advantage of these benefits:


- Your very own dedicated consultant

- A variety of daily, short- and long-term positions to suit your needs   

- No need for completion of timesheets   

- Email / SMS confirmation for all bookings   

- £75 reward scheme for each teacher you introduce   

- Online diary management facility  

- One to one CPD and assessment with regular follow up to enhance all your teaching skills and behavior management strategies.  

- Competitive salary based on qualifications and experience.

- Opportunity for professional development and career advancement within the school.

- Supportive leadership team and a collaborative work environment.

- Access to modern teaching resources and technology.

- Full-time and part-time positions available to accommodate individual preferences.


- Deliver engaging and interactive science lessons to students, fostering a passion for the subject and promoting critical thinking.

- Plan, prepare, and implement effective teaching strategies that cater to the diverse learning styles and abilities of students.

- Create a positive and stimulating classroom environment that facilitates learning and supports student progress.

- Assess and evaluate student performance regularly, providing constructive feedback and guidance to facilitate improvement.

- Collaborate with colleagues to develop and enhance the science curriculum, ensuring alignment with educational standards and objectives.

- Participate in departmental meetings, parent-teacher conferences, and school events to maintain effective communication with students, parents, and the wider school community.


- Bachelor's degree in Science or a related field (Master's degree preferred).

- Qualified Teacher Status (QTS) or equivalent certification.

- Prior experience teaching science at the secondary level, preferably within the UK education system.

- Strong subject knowledge and a passion for science education.

- Excellent communication and interpersonal skills to effectively engage with students, parents, and colleagues.

- Ability to differentiate instruction to accommodate students with varying abilities and learning styles.

- Commitment to promoting a safe and inclusive learning environment.

If you're interested in this role, please click 'apply now' to forward an up-to-date copy of your CV or please call the Cambridgeshire branch.


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