VACANCIES

TEACHER OF RE AND PSHE – full-time and permanent
MPS/UPS – September 2016 start

We wish to appoint, for a September start, an enthusiastic, pupil-centredand energetic teacher of RE and PSHE who will relish the opportunity to teach across all Key Stages, as part of a strong and mutually supportive Faculty. Experience of teaching A Level and GCSE is required with an ethics/philosophy specialism being desirable.  We believe that RE and PSHE should arouse the interest of pupils and be relevant to their lives, while maintaining and supporting academic excellence and intellectual rigour.

As a faculty we are dedicated to an approach that is investigative, experiential and reflective, building on students’ own experiences. To bring the subject in to real world context we have good links with a range of outside speakers such as the Police and School Nurses and we organise a number of trips to local places of worship, including an Anglican Church, Gurdwara, Mosque and Buddhist Centres.

Our new RE and PSHE teacher will join a vibrant team of talented colleagues who are committed to providing excellence for all. You would be working in our well-equipped dedicated classrooms with access to ICT suites in addition to a departmental set of laptops to bring technology in to the classroom.You would have the advantage of outstanding CPD provision, if appropriate an established and successful NQT programme, potential for in-house career progression opportunities, regular staff-wellbeing events and access to a generous benefit package through Wiltshire Rewards.  The school holds Investors in People Gold Award – with less than 3% of companies achieving this standard you can be guaranteed a supportive environment where every member of staff is helped to be the very best they can be.

Closing date:      9am on Monday 9 May 2016
Interviews:       Will be held within a fortnight of the closing date

Covering Letter -Teacher of RE and PSHE
Faculty Booklet RE & PSHE
Job Description – Teacher of RE & PSHE
Application Form – Teacher of RE & PSHE
Self-disclosure – parts 1 & 2
Equal Opportunities Form

 

TEACHER OF SCIENCE – full or part-time
September 2016 (main/upper pay scale)

We are looking for an ambitions and outstanding Teacher of Science who is forward thinking, dynamic and dedicated to teaching across the Key Stages. You should have the drive to motivate pupils to be confident problem solvers who appreciate the historical and ongoing role that science plays in developing the world around them and on a global scale, for the sustainable advancement of the world society. The successful candidate will be passionate about providing every child with the enthusiasm, skills, and support to make outstanding progress in all areas.

Here at Hardenhuish we favour teaching Science in a real world context and in addition to offering a wide range of extra-curricular activities previous faculty field trips have included CERN, the Joint European Torus, Illfracombe, Explorer Dome, and the Big Bang Exhibition.

Our new science teacher will join a vibrant team of talented, innovative colleagues who are committed to providing excellence for all. You would be working in our dedicated Science centre with 11 main school laboratories and 3 specialist Sixth Form laboratories as well as excellent ICT facilities to allow practical science to be supported by technology. You would have the advantage of outstanding CPD provision, if appropriate an established and successful NQT programme, potential for in-house career progression opportunities, regular staff-wellbeing events and access to a generous benefit package through Wiltshire Rewards.  The school holds Investors in People Gold Award – with less than 3% of companies achieving this standard you can be guaranteed a supportive environment where every member of staff is helped to be the very best they can be.

Applications are welcome from experienced teachers and NQTs who wish to work on a full or part-time basis.

Closing date:      9am on Tuesday 3 May 2016
Interviews will be held during the week beginning Monday 9 or 16May 2016.

Covering Letter, Teacher of Science – April 2016
Faculty Details – Science – April 2016
Job Description – Teacher of Science – April 2016
Application Form – Teacher of Science – April 2016
Self-disclosure – parts 1 & 2
Equal Opportunities Form

 

 

 

 

 

Hardenhuish School is an equal opportunities employer and requires enhanced DBS clearance as part of its commitment to safeguarding the welfare of children and young people.  We expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.

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If you experience difficulties downloading an application pack, or any other supporting documents, please contact the school on 01249 650693 or e-mail hr@hardenhuish.wilts.sch.uk and a pack will be sent to you in the post or by email. Within your communication please state which post you are interested in applying for.

Completed documents such as application forms and/or accompanying letters can be sent electronically to our HR department via hr@hardenhuish.wilts.sch.uk.

Hardenhuish School is an equal opportunities employer and is committed to safeguarding and protecting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.

Child Protection and Safeguarding Children Policy  & School Booklet Hardenhuish 2015-2016

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