Teacher of Science

Person Specification

Job Description

Our small and friendly (11-16) community school welcomes applications for a dynamic and enthusiastic Full Time Teacher of Science to teach across the age and ability range, starting in September 2018.  We positively welcome applications from colleagues at all stages in their career.

The successful candidate will be required to teach Science across the age and ability range.  Specialisms in Chemistry or Physics would be preferable, although we will consider all candidates with experience of teaching the full range of science subjects.

Closing date for applications 18th May 2018.  Interviews will be held week commencing 21st May 2018.

To apply for any current vacancies download the relevant details above along with the application pack below and return to Mrs J Rowlands, Business Manager via email

For additional information or a paper copy of the application pack please telephone or email:

T: 016973 20509

Application Pack

Beacon Hill Community School is committed to safeguarding the welfare of all its students and staff, therefore if successful an enhanced DBS check, health checks and satisfactory references will be required. Further information about the Disclosure Scheme can be found at


  • My time at Beacon Hill provided a massive range of opportunities which have proved valuable not only whilst studying at sixth form and when applying to university, but also in everyday life.
    Former student, 12 A*-C grade GCSEs
  • When I left Beacon Hill I had a career path in mind; I wanted to teach. This was down to 5 brilliant years at the school. I was inspired by my teachers who encouraged and supported me to believe in myself and my abilities.
    Former Student
  • We are impressed with how both of our children have settled in and are progressing though the school. We find staff understanding & helpful.
    Parent Survey
  • Progress is tracked effectively and extra help given quickly to students who need it.
  • The school has developed a really positive culture for learning, as a result of high expectations of both staff and pupils.
    Local Authority
  • The curriculum meets the needs of individual students particularly well [providing] a balance of academic and vocational courses for students to study at GCSE.
  • Students have good attitudes to learning and are keen to succeed.
  • Evidence from pupil interviews, work scrutinies and HMI visit indicates that the Stage not Age curriculum is impacting positively on the quality of learning in the school.
    Local Authority
  • Students benefit from a very wide range of activities which enrich the curriculum… a wealth of field trips, sporting activities and drama productions
  • Teachers know their students extremely well and work is closely tailored to students’ individual needs.