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Current Vacancies

Deputy Head (Pupil Welfare)

We seek an outstanding, experienced individual with a proven track record of leading on and delivering exceptional pastoral care for all pupils.
 
As part of the Senior Leadership Team, the Deputy Head (Pupil Welfare) is the Designated Safeguarding Lead, and takes responsibility for all matters relating to the well-being and safeguarding of pupils, ensuring the highest standards of pupil welfare and behaviour.
 
The successful candidate will have an unshakeable commitment to every child achieving their potential within the context of the education of the whole child and will build upon the significant developments made to the pastoral programme in recent times to ensure we are able to effectively support the needs of the modern pupil.
 
Further information and Deputy Head (Pupil Welfare) Application Form below.

EYFS/Key Stage 1 Teacher (Full Time/0.8)

The School seeks to appoint a well-qualified and committed EYFS/Key Stage 1 Teacher, to join our highly professional team. The successful candidate will have the ability to understand, inspire and motivate children. A willingness to assist with co-curricular activities is essential.

Further information below

EYFS/Key Stage 1 Teaching Assistant

The School seeks to appoint a Teaching Assistant to join our professional team in the Junior School. The successful candidate will have a broad range of skills, including experience of supporting children’s learning and personal development for children aged 4 to 7. Flexibility, initiative, excellent interpersonal skills and up-to-date curriculum knowledge are essential.

Further information below

Sports and Lettings Caretaker

The School seeks an experienced, enthusiastic and pro-active individual to oversee the Sports and Lettings activities and support the caretaking team, to work an average of 25 hours per week all year around. The successful candidate will provide hands-on support for the day-to-day logistics of events, lettings and co-curricular sporting activities as well as provide practical assistance to the Estates Duty Caretaker team. Closing date 9am on Friday 2 March 2018.

Physics Technician

The School seeks an experienced and suitably qualified Science Technician to work within a large and thriving Physics Department, working 37.5 hours per week during term-time (plus 2 weeks in the Summer holidays). Competitive remuneration package, subject to qualifications and experience. Closing date 9am on Wednesday 7 March 2018.