The Harrodian School
- Job type:
- Part Time, Permanent
- Start date:
- Immediate Start
- Apply by:
- 19 February 2018
The Harrodian School, an excellent independent school based in South West London, requires an enthusiastic Art Technician to join their successful Art Department. The position will initially be part-time, at (circa) three days per week, but there may be the opportunity to progress to full-time from September 2018. This position is term time only.
As Art Technician, you will participate in the development and preparation of Art lessons, work closely with the Head of Art to assist with school displays and exhibitions, and generally provide support for teachers in the classroom.
You will also prepare materials and equipment for three classrooms, make canvas frames, cut wood to paint, maintain stock, put in orders and help create project resources.
The successful applicant will be required to have an Art background, a good understanding of materials and processes and be able to work in response to the arising needs of others.
If you're keen to work in education and feel you have the skills to be effective in this important and challenging role, then please apply now. This position would suit someone looking to get paid for valuable work experience in a creative and artistic environment.
Founded in 1993, the school is co-educational and set in 25 acres of ground with excellent facilities.
Please visit www.harrodian.com to download an application form. To apply, please forward your covering letter, addressed to the Headmaster, and completed application form to email@example.com
Closing date: 19/02/2018
Interview date w/c: 26/02/2018
Applicants will be considered in the order they apply and the school reserves the right to appoint at any stage of the application process.
The Harrodian School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children. Applicants must be willing to undergo child protection screening appropriate to the post, including checks with past employers and the Disclosure Bureau Check.
About The Harrodian School
- The Harrodian School
- Lonsdale Road
- SW13 9QN
- United Kingdom
The Harrodian School is a mixed, non-denominational all-through independent day school situated in Barnes, South West London. The Harrodian School was founded by Lady Eliana and Sir Alford Houston-Boswell and opened in 1993. The school’s original intake of 65 students has expanded to over 900 students from the ages of 4-18. It offers state-of-the-art facilities, including a music centre, drama studios and expansive grounds.
Values and vision
The Harrodian School wants all students to develop a love of learning in a happy and engaging school environment. Pupils are encouraged to become confident and independent thinkers, and are supported by specialist teachers to provide them with a challenging and stimulating education. The school implements the importance of good manners and consideration for others at all times.
The Harrodian School wants students to feel inspired to excel in all areas of the curriculum, while developing a range of new interests and skills. Music plays a key role at The Harrodian School, who believe that “everyone; pupils and staff should have the opportunity to take part and enjoy music. It is not elitist.. it is for all”. Along with the school’s music teachers, there are 25 visiting instrumental teachers.
Independent School Inspectorate
“Pupils’ spiritual, moral, social and cultural development is outstanding. Children in the Early Years Foundation Stage have excellent attitudes to learning and are enthusiastic about all elements of their work and play. The vast majority of pupils in the rest of the school have similarly very positive attitudes to their work; behaviour and attendance are good. Pupils are exceptionally positive about the many extra- curricular activities that are offered; participation rates are high”.
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