I work at a brilliant school, with brilliant colleagues, brilliant students and brilliant outcomes. It’s a no-brainer: if you are looking to work in a science department where teachers have been granted the autonomy to dictate the way their subject should be taught, look no further, as we’re currently looking to expand our team as the school continues to increase in size.
The whole school T&L policy is based entirely on Rosenshine and Lemov’s questioning techniques. We have departmental autonomy, and a copy of our T&L policy for science is here: Science Handbook 2020-21
We are specifically looking for experienced science teachers who want to pursue “expertise in teaching” as as viable career pathway, rather than feeling like they have to get a TLR and take on additional responsibilities. For more on the philosophy behind that see here:
For more information about the school and what we are looking for, click here. If you want to talk to me about it in more detail, feel free to email me at email@example.com.