Contract Type: Full Time
Role:
Teacher
Salary: Excellent, Depending on Experience
School Type:
Independent Senior
School Size: 251-450
School Age Range: 11-18
Pupil Gender: Female
Address: Roedean Way , Brighton , BN2 5RQ
Ofsted Ranking: Not yet rated

Overview

Physics Teacher

Roedean is an extraordinary school, sitting in the South Downs and overlooking the English Channel. However, it is not just the location but the strong academic focus, with a genuine belief in the importance of creativity and an all-round education, that makes Roedean unique.

Roedean is at a very exciting time in its development, with innovation, growth and the development of first-class facilities at the heart of its plans. We welcome your interest in being part of our continuing journey.

We are seeking a remarkable and visionary person to join our team. The Physics teacher will teach Physics to all key stages and there may be opportunity to take on Head of Physics for the right candidate.

This is a great opportunity for a highly skilled and enthusiastic Teacher of Physics with a passion for their subject and a commitment to ensure that every pupil flourishes in the highly successful Science faculty. The ability to teach up to A level is essential. The ability to teach KS3/4 Chemistry would be an advantage.

Roedean is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. An enhanced DBS check is required for all successful applicants.

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About Roedean School

Roedean is one of the UK’s leading girls’ boarding and day schools. It was founded in 1885 by the three Lawrence sisters. The School opened in Brighton with just 10 pupils but within a decade it had grown to 400. The early pupils were daughters of the professional middle classes and industrialists.

Roedean’s foundation was motivated by a commitment to provide girls with access to the full range of academic studies. A high level of academic achievement was expected, motivated by the then groundbreaking view that young women should be given the means to earn a living and, if necessary, support their families.

The founders acquired a 45-acre campus overlooking the English Channel on the eastern edge of Brighton and moved the School in 1898. This is where the School sits today.