Working in partnership as their Managed Service Provider, REED Education work in collaboration with the Summit Learning Trust, supporting Trust wide with their temporary recruitment. Based in Birmingham and Solihull, the Trust has a portfolio of 7 schools; 3 secondary, 4 primary and also a 6th Form College, with Ninestiles being the inaugurating school. The trust are relentless in their ambition for all their children, their parents but also the communities the school’s serve.Being part of the Summit Learning Trust means that all academies benefit from a wide range of expertise, support and challenge. All academies benefit from highly trained, expert, hard working and dedicated staff teams, who have the same shared ambition; providing an outstanding education and the highest levels of care for all of their students.
Lyndon SchoolSituated in Solihull, Lyndon School is a happy, friendly, and caring school where, students, staff and the wider community are valued and respected. Rated “good” at it’s last OFSTED inspection, the school is proud of it’s greatest strength; the skilled and dedicated staff team who work tirelessly to provide the best teaching and learning experience for each student.
Science TeacherREED Education is currently working alongside Lyndon School, who are looking to appoint a Science Teacher to join them as soon as possible.The school are looking for an individual who can inspire and motivate students using exciting and innovative teaching methods. A skilled practitioner, the successful candidate will have a proven track of raising attainment standards and be able to create an outstanding learning environment. In return the school can offer a dedicated and inspirational leadership team who are committed with providing their pupils an exceptional education every day. The school are passionate about investing and further developing their staff and offer regular internal and external CPD opportunities.The successful candidate will have,• QTS• Have a proven track record of strong classroom management• Someone who can use their own initiative, be friendly with excellent interpersonal skills• Have experience of planning and assessments• Be able to set clear boundaries with high expectations• Have experience of working with SEN students and be able to adapt lesson so they can access to the same standard of learning as their peers• Have an enhanced, child workforce DBS on the update service, or be willing to pay for a new check to be done.
The role is to begin in January 2023, will initially be offered on a temporary basis however there may be the option of it to become permanent for the right candidate.
If you are looking for a new role and would like to be considered for this role above, please send an updated CV and I will be in touch in due course.