Teacher of Science (Physics/Chemistry) – Woodmansterne School



Website Woodmansterne School

Teacher of Science (Physics/Chemistry) sought for Secondary phase of all-through school in Streatham

Salary: Inner London Main/Upper Pay Scale – a TLR allowance may be available if appointed with subject leadership responsibilities (pro rata, if appointed on a part-time basis)

Position type: Full-time or part-time
To start: September 2020

For further details or to arrange a school visit: Please contact Androulla Oritis, HR Manager by telephone on 020 8764 1825 or by email

To apply: All applications must use the forms supplied below and be submitted using the ‘Apply for Job’ button below – please do not submit CVs, as these cannot be accepted

Applications close: 9am, Monday 24thr February 2020
Interviews: Dates to be confirmed


We are looking for a creative and talented teacher to join our motivated and expanding team. You will be fundamental in helping to formulate our innovative and exciting secondary Science curriculum and contributing to this vibrant local community within the Local Authority’s first all-through school for children and young people aged 3 to 19 in South London.

Woodmansterne has a diverse and vibrant community and as a school we benefit from this rich variety of cultures and traditions. As a growing school, we are looking to extend our team further and employ exceptional staff who share our values and determination to ensure that Woodmansterne pupils receive a first-class education.

As a Woodmansterne staff member, you can expect regular and relevant professional development, be creative and risk taking in your teaching, work closely with colleagues in planning and training. You will be an integral part of this wonderful school, well supported by an experienced and supportive leadership team.


We are looking for an excellent Teacher of Science (Physics/Chemistry) with:

  • very high expectations of what can be achieved;
  • a proven track record in raising pupil attainment;
  • an understanding of how children learn and the complexities of this process;
  • the aspiration to work with young people, colleagues and parents;
  • the skills to work successfully as a team member establishing effective working relationships and flexible working practices;
  • experience of  following  direction and working in collaboration with colleagues, parents, pupils and the school community; and
  • strong interpersonal skills.

Our strong and experienced leadership team are committed to providing an exceptional and enriching education for all our young people.


Tagged as: Leadership, Teaching

Application Documents:



To apply for this job you'll need to download and fill in the relevant supplied documents, (the links are above) which you will then need to upload using our online application system by clicking the 'Apply for Job' button below.

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