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Full Time Physics Teacher

  • Location: Kent County Council
  • Start date: 05 Sep 2016
  • Category: Secondary
  • Job reference: PE10535812
  • Branch: Bromley
  • Consultant: Simon White
  • Call: 020 8461 8900
Job description
An outstanding and passionate Physics specialist is required for a long term / permanent teaching position within a large well resoursed Secondary school in the Medway area of Kent. The position is full time and will involve teaching KS3 up to KS5. The ideal teacher will have a skilled approach to teaching engaging lessons linked into a creative curriculum plan with an understanding of the attainment levels involved stretching pupils into higher attainment challenges.

The successful teacher will hold QTS and ideally have a proven track record of raising attainment and have recent Physics teaching experience. NQT's welcome to apply. You must also be able to provide two references from the last 3 years and hold an up to date DBS or be prepared to apply for one via us.



Why work for Protocol Education? Protocol Education is a leading education recruitment company that successfully helps thousands of teachers and support workers find daily, long term and permanent work in UK schools. What is in it for you?

• The opportunity to teach your subject specialism within an Outstanding and supportive department

• Competitive and attractive pay rates offered

• Free training courses courtesy of Protocol Education inc behaviour management and introduction to SEN

• Dedicated Protocol Education consultant to be your contact throughout the assignment with Protocol



If you require further information please contact Protocol today.
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