Teacher of Physics – Supply
Depending on qualifications and experience
This position represents an excellent opportunity for a well-qualified individual to teach Physics for the first part of the summer term from 19.4.21 to 28.5.21.
Durham School seeks to appoint a suitably qualified Teacher of Physics for a supply teaching post for the first half of the summer term 2021. The position will suit a suitably qualified teacher who wants to contribute to a very successful department. The successful candidate will be able to teach Physics A level; some experience of preparing candidates for Oxbridge entrance would be helpful but not essential. All staff at Durham School are expected to contribute fully to the extra -curricular and boarding life of this busy and successful School.
Durham School is committed to promoting the safeguarding of children and expects all employees to share this commitment. any job will be made subject to satisfactory checks, including an enhanced DBS disclosure.
Durham School is an equal opportunities employer and welcomes applications regardless of age, gender, race, religion, disability, or sexual orientation.
All applications are to be submitted on the School’s application form below. Please send through all completed applications to Receptionist, Mrs Alex Jung on firstname.lastname@example.org.
The deadline for all applications is Wednesday 17.3.21 but please feel free to submit your application as soon as possible.
Interviews will take place in the week commencing Monday 22.3.21. The interview process will include the teaching of a lesson, the opportunity to meet departmental colleagues, as well as visit the School. Further details and a schedule will be provided in advance of the interview.
Learning has been part of the life of Durham for a 1000 years, and Durham School has been at the heart of the city’s education for most of that time; originally founded as the monastic grammar school, the School was endowed by Cardinal Langley in 1414 and refounded by Henry VIII at the dissolution of the abbey in 1541. The School moved from its mediaeval home on Palace Green to its current location in 1841; although the city centre is only five minutes’ walk away, the School has a peaceful, rural atmosphere.
Today, the School educates 525 pupils, at Bow for girls and boys aged 3-11 and at Durham School for girls and boys aged 11-18, of whom a quarter board and approximately a third are girls. The vibrant and successful Sixth Form prepares pupils for the final stage of their education and all pupils progress to university. Within a community shaped by moral integrity and kindness, we cultivate responsibility and ensure that all Dunelmians can thrive, be happy, and make a positive mark in the world. In doing this, our pupils learn to pass their examinations today while receiving an education that will last beyond their examinations.
While the School has a long and ancient history, it is far from rooted in the past; through the use of innovative approaches, continuing professional development, and the latest technology, teachers seek to kindle intellectual
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All applications are to be submitted on the School’s application form.
Please send through all completed applications to Receptionist, Mrs Alex Jung on email@example.com.
If you have any queries, please contact Mrs Jung on 0191 731 9270.