Job title: Chemistry Teacher
Job type: Permanent
Emp type: Full-time
Industry: Secondary
Expertise: Teacher
Salary type: Annual
Salary: Negotiable
Location: Newham, London
Job published: 23-05-2022
Job ID: 45324

Job Description

Chemistry Teacher | Newham, East London | September 2022


Are you looking for an excellent opportunity to work as a passionate, enthusiastic, and motived Chemistry Teacher to join one of our partner schools within Newham?


This Chemistry Teacher opportunity will see you joining a strong, friendly, hard-working, and supportive school in Newham. This school is looking to appoint a fun, innovative and creative Chemistry Teacher who is committed to the school’s ongoing focus on raising their already excellent standards further.


What can the school offer you in this Chemistry Teacher role?

  • MPS-UPS Inner London pay
  • Permanent role available from September 2022
  • Outstanding exam results across the school at GCSE and A-Level
  • A friendly and welcoming Science department
  • An enriched Chemistry Curriculum with opportunities for students to extend their learning through guest speakers visiting the school and university summer schemes  
  • A supportive school culture where exam results do not come at the cost of student welfare and wellbeing


What the school are looking for in this Chemsitry Teacher role?

  • A UK teaching qualification such as PGCE, SCITT or Bachelor of Education
  • Qualified Teacher Status (QTS)
  • An innovative Chemistry Teacher with a relentless drive and determination
  • An enthusiastic and motivated Chemistry Teacher
  • A Chemistry Teacher who has the commitment to provide outstanding learning opportunities to all Children


Ribbons & Reeves are London’s leading Education Recruiters. We specialise in helping educators of all level’s secure long-term and permanent roles, such as this Chemistry Teacher role, in Newham. For other roles like this, check out our website, search ‘Ribbons & Reeves’. We look forward to supporting you in your application to this Chemistry Teacher role.