Urgent Science Teacher Job For Female
Organization Name : Abraham Moss Community School
Post Name : Science Teacher
Employment Type : Full Time
Qualification : Any Graduate, Post Graduate
Industry : Private
Work Hours : 8 Hours
Job Experience : 2 To 3 Years
Salary : GBP 25 To GBP 50 Per Hour
Location : Manchester, England, United Kingdom M8 5UF
Abraham Moss Community School is a mixed all-through school located on a 19 hectare site situated on Crescent Road in the Crumpsall/Cheetham Hill district of North Manchester adjacent to the Abraham Moss Metrolink station. The complex also includes a leisure centre, the district library and a 230-person theatre complex.
The centre also hosts other tenants mainly in the public, voluntary and community sectors. It is named after Abraham Moss, Lord Mayor of Manchester. The Abraham Moss opened as a multipurpose integrated centre with lower school, and upper school seamlessly joining to a FE college, a library and a leisure centre. The first principal was Ron Mitson, with Dave Shapcott being head of school.
It aimed to teach through independent resource-based learning- staff developed and pasted up their own materials which were then taken to the printroom, where the masters were allocated an accession number and the printroom staff would print the required number of copies on offset litho machines. It was referred to as a school without books. The building was featured in a DES best practice building report.
It was one of six such centres built around that time that were characterised by shared-use area, collaboration across phases with an inclusive approach to the pupils, their welfare and developing their potential. They all had innovative curriulums and purpose designed buildings. It was built at a cost of £2.472 m.
Manchester City Libraries moved the stock from Crumpsall Library. The stock transfer, and subsequent change in the reader profile was subject to a study published in the Journal of Librarianship and Information Science. In effect, the number of younger readers increased by 88% but the over 65s stopped coming.
A science teacher provides instruction and guidance to help students explore and understand important concepts in science, including problem-solving and how to gather evidence to support ideas or decisions. Science teachers create lesson plans, present science demonstrations, and grade tests and assignments.
To teach science at the middle or high school level, you’ll need to earn a bachelor’s or master’s science education degree, or get a degree in your field of science and complete a teacher certification program.
Professional development to increase science knowledge could be conducted by contacting a local science-oriented business. Interning or shadowing a scientist for a day could help teachers have more real-life examples to share with their students.
Designing, developing, and delivering quality lesson plans and curricula that adhere to national and school guidelines.
Drawing up suitable assessments and delivering helpful feedback to students, parents, and other teachers.
Establishing classroom, lab, and field trip rules and regulations and ensuring that all students understand what is expected of them.
Setting up demonstrations and assisting and supervising students while they conduct experiments.
Providing extra resources, support, and interventions for students who are struggling.
Ensuring all permission slips are signed in a timely manner and acting as a field trip chaperone when required.
Grading papers, updating records, and handling various administrative tasks.
Creating an environment where students feel comfortable asking questions and voicing concerns.
Assisting with the recruitment and training of all new teachers and providing support to student teachers.
Participating in other school activities and regularly communicating with parents.