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Bishop Rawstorne Church of England Academy - -2 days remaining
Closing Date 15/01/2018
Highfield Road, Croston, Leyland, Lancashire PR26 9HH
MPS or UPS
NOR: 930
Phase_of_EducationReligious_CharacterEstablishment_Type_Group Minimum Age 11Maximum Age 16

Teacher of Biology

Salary MPS or UPS
Contract Full Time
Application Closing Date 12 noon on Monday 15 January 2018
Interview Date W/C 15 January 2018
Start Date September 2018

We are seeking to appoint an enthusiastic and committed Teacher of Biology to join our vibrant and successful Science faculty. Bishop Rawstorne is an over-subscribed and outstanding 11-16 Church of England academy based in Croston, Lancashire.  The academy is a Teaching School and National Support School.  This is a permanent post with the exception of an NQT appointment which would be on the basis of a one-year contract in the first instance, subject to successful completion of the NQT induction year.

The successful candidate will be a biologist with the ability to teach a second Science subject to Key Stage 4.  They will be committed to excellence through innovative practice.  The post would suit either a prospective NQT, who will be given a comprehensive induction programme, or an experienced teacher seeking further professional development. If you would like to arrange a visit to tour the school prior to application, please contact Mr Peter Rawlinson, Deputy Headteacher, via office@bishopr.co.uk.   

Bishop Rawstorne is committed to the safeguarding of all students.  The successful candidate will be required to undertake the Enhanced Disclosure process via the DBS.

 

If you are interested in joining our outstanding teaching team at this exciting time in our journey, please see our website www.bishopr.co.uk for further details and to download an application form. All applications must be submitted electronically.


More Information: https://www.bishopr.co.uk/job-vacancies/teacher-of-biology-mps-or-ups