Job title: Teacher of Science
Reports to: Head of Science
Start Date: September 2022
This is an excellent opportunity for an outstanding, ambitious and passionate Teacher of Science to join
the team.
Overview
The Science Department at Bullers Wood
There is a strong tradition of Science teaching at Bullers Wood and we regularly attract a large number
for A levels. All three Sciences are very popular A level choices and a consistently high number of students
continue to study Science based courses at university.
The Science department is located in buildings adjacent to each other. Science is also taught in three
smaller laboratories in our Sixth Form Centre, Inglewood House
There is a wide range of experience within the department. It is lively and forward-looking and is
committed to achieving success for all its students.
Faculty and departmental meetings take place on a regular basis and all staff contribute to discussions.

The Person
The successful applicant is likely to demonstrate the following qualities:
Knowledge & Experience
• A good degree in a relevant subject
• Qualified Teacher Status (QTS)
• A clear philosophy on how and why your subject should be taught
• Subject knowledge sufficient to challenge students and achieve high outcomes
• Awareness of the strategies available for improving the learning & achievement of students
• A good understanding of curriculum developments in the specific subject area
• Recent relevant professional development
• An excellent classroom practitioner
Skills & Abilities
• Able to use a range of teaching & learning strategies
• An understanding of how assessment for learning can improve student performance
• A confident & competent user of ICT in the teaching of the subject to enhance student
learning
• Able to use student level data to raise standards
• Able to communicate both orally & in writing to students & their parents
• Be willing to be fully engaged in the whole life of the school
• Have a commitment to team work
Personal Qualities
• Enthusiasm & a positive outlook
• The ability to motivate, support, inspire and work collaboratively with a team of specialist staff,
teaching and support
• The ability to work independently and collaboratively as a member of a team Commitment to
high student expectations
• Creative in problem solving together with a willingness to take on or try new approaches &
ideas
• Commitment to extracurricular activities
• A positive attitude towards professional development and own learning
• Reliability & integrity
• Good personal organisation
• Excellent record of attendance and punctuality
• Commitment to high standards and expectations
In addition, the successful candidate must be willing to uphold the ethos and policies of the school,
including the commitment to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people