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Science Teacher New

Teaching Personnel

£157.66 - 157.66 per day


Temporary | Full Time




 Following the headteachers requests we a seeking a passionate and dedicated teacher who specialises in science.  Working in our partner secondary schools, with pupils in KS3 and KS4 (ages 11 to 16). Your background may be in a specific science, but as a Secondary Science Teacher you will be expected to have a comprehensive knowledge of the three major science disciplines: physics, chemistry, and biology.


Monday to Friday

£788.30 Per Week


IN THE CLASSROOM: Science is a vast subject covering lots of different concepts and theories which can be hard for many pupils to learn and understand. As a Science Teacher it is important that you have a passion both for science and for relaying your knowledge to young people, instilling in them the same excitement for the subject. Science is important in many aspects of life and work, so is extremely relevant to all pupils. Your job as a Science Teacher is to give pupils a good grounding in the subject, including the ability to question hypotheses, the skills to conduct experiments and the understanding to evaluate results.

Being a Secondary School Science Teacher requires a hands-on teaching approach, with practical experiments and demonstrations to explain things clearly and bring science to life in the classroom. Working with pupils who will have their own ideas and attitudes can make the role challenging, but also provides a sense of achievement as you see your pupils’ scientific knowledge and ability grow.

ADDITIONAL: You will prioritise safeguarding, follow policy and procedures applicable to the school you are working in,


  • PGCE in Science
  • Qualified Teacher Status
  • Bachelor’s Degree or Higher in Science or Similar Field
  • Enhanced DBS
  • EWC
  • Welsh Medium


Please apply below with you CV & one of our consultants will be in contact.

If you have any questions or queries, please call on 01792 473300

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All pay rates quoted will be inclusive of 12.07% statutory holiday pay. This advert is for a temporary position. In some cases, the option to make this role permanent may become available at a later date.
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