Teacher of Biology

  • Organisation: The Portsmouth Grammar School
  • Location: Hampshire
  • Salary info £1.00 - £1.10 per annum
    PGS Salary Scales
  • Tenure: Part-time
  • Closing Date: Monday 20 February 2023

The school seeks a dynamic and well-qualified part-time teacher of Biology from September 2023 to teach from Year 7 to Year 13. It is expected the role will be offered up to 0.7 FTE with some flexibility appreciated across a fortnightly timetable, and this can be discussed further at interview.

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The Portsmouth Grammar School is a leading co-educational school located in the historic heart of Portsmouth. It values the development of the whole person, placing emphasis on both academic achievement and co-curricular involvement. The school aims to support every pupil in order that they might achieve their potential.

The school seeks a dynamic and well-qualified part-time teacher of Biology from September 2023 to teach from Year 7 to Year 13. It is expected the role will be offered up to 0.7 FTE with some flexibility appreciated across a fortnightly timetable, and this can be discussed further at interview.

Candidates should be well qualified subject specialists, able to inspire young people with their enthusiasm for Biology and for teaching, and ensure all pupils reach their full potential. Applications are invited from all those who meet the above criteria, whether they are newly qualified, or more experienced teachers.

The school offers excellent training and support to teachers at all stages of their career. PGS teachers convey passion for their subject and seek to maximise progress by knowing their pupils well and adapting their teaching accordingly. We are always looking to develop new ideas and approaches to teaching and are keen to incorporate the particular interests of new members of staff into the overall curriculum scheme.

Outstanding teaching and learning at PGS are achieved by inspirational and creative teachers with excellent subject knowledge and the ability to use ICT and interactive resources to enhance learning. Teachers’ planning is informed by assessment for learning, ensuring all pupils make very good progress in each lesson. Our pupils are encouraged to take responsibility for their learning and understand how they can improve using constructive feedback provided by their teachers.

The successful applicant will be expected to contribute fully to the pastoral and co-curricular life of the school.

Informal enquiries about the role are welcomed and can be emailed to HR at HR@pgs.org.uk

How to apply:

Candidates are asked to apply either through the link on our PGS website www.pgs.org.uk or alternatively by using the online form linked to our advert on www.tes.com.

Any informal enquires about the role or how to apply are very welcome at hr@pgs.org.uk

The closing date will be 12 noon on Monday 20th February 2023 and early applications are welcomed. Interviews will be scheduled on Thursday 23rd February and candidates are asked to allow a whole day for the interview process.

The school seeks a dynamic and well-qualified part-time teacher of Biology from September 2023 to teach from Year 7 to Year 13. It is expected the role will be offered up to 0.7 FTE with some flexibility appreciated across a fortnightly timetable, and this can be discussed further at interview.


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Please click here for a detailed candidate pack

The Portsmouth Grammar School is a leading co-educational school located in the historic heart of Portsmouth. It values the development of the whole person, placing emphasis on both academic achievement and co-curricular involvement. The school aims to support every pupil in order that they might achieve their potential.

The school seeks a dynamic and well-qualified part-time teacher of Biology from September 2023 to teach from Year 7 to Year 13. It is expected the role will be offered up to 0.7 FTE with some flexibility appreciated across a fortnightly timetable, and this can be discussed further at interview.

Candidates should be well qualified subject specialists, able to inspire young people with their enthusiasm for Biology and for teaching, and ensure all pupils reach their full potential. Applications are invited from all those who meet the above criteria, whether they are newly qualified, or more experienced teachers.

The school offers excellent training and support to teachers at all stages of their career. PGS teachers convey passion for their subject and seek to maximise progress by knowing their pupils well and adapting their teaching accordingly. We are always looking to develop new ideas and approaches to teaching and are keen to incorporate the particular interests of new members of staff into the overall curriculum scheme.

Outstanding teaching and learning at PGS are achieved by inspirational and creative teachers with excellent subject knowledge and the ability to use ICT and interactive resources to enhance learning. Teachers’ planning is informed by assessment for learning, ensuring all pupils make very good progress in each lesson. Our pupils are encouraged to take responsibility for their learning and understand how they can improve using constructive feedback provided by their teachers.

The successful applicant will be expected to contribute fully to the pastoral and co-curricular life of the school.

Informal enquiries about the role are welcomed and can be emailed to HR at HR@pgs.org.uk

How to apply:

Candidates are asked to apply either through the link on our PGS website www.pgs.org.uk or alternatively by using the online form linked to our advert on www.tes.com.

Any informal enquires about the role or how to apply are very welcome at hr@pgs.org.uk

The closing date will be 12 noon on Monday 20th February 2023 and early applications are welcomed. Interviews will be scheduled on Thursday 23rd February and candidates are asked to allow a whole day for the interview process.


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