Easter Revision Teacher
Kensington Park School
- Job type:
- Part Time, Full Time, Fixed Term
- Start date:
- March/April 2018
- Apply by:
- 12 February 2018
Kensington Park School is always looking to expand its highly qualified Easter Revision teaching team. Teachers who have a strong academic background with proven track records at top schools are invited to contact us for further information.
2018 Course Dates
Week 1: March 26th to March 30th
Week 2: April 2nd to April 6th
Kensington Park School’s Easter Revision Programme is designed to support students in the final year of A-Level or GCSE studies. We provide a structured environment with subject specialists who guide students to achieve success in their 2018 exams. GCSE students revise one subject for 20 hours over five days and A-Level students revise one subject for 40 hours over five days. Class sizes are a maximum of 8 students and are exam board specific.
We have need for the following subject areas:
Successful applicants will teach for one or both weeks. Salary is competitive. Accommodation with board may be available for suitable candidates.
Please email the course director at firstname.lastname@example.org
Closing date:12th February
We will consider applications as soon as they are received so an early application is advised.
Kensington Park School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.
About Kensington Park School
- Kensington Park School
- 59 Queen's Gate, South Kensington
- SW7 5JP
- United Kingdom
A new independent school has opened in the heart of London offering the highest quality education to boys and girls from 11 to 18. Kensington Park School (KPS) operates from two buildings either side of Kensington Gardens:
- Pupils aged 11-16 will be taught in Bark Place on the north side of the park, from September 2018
- KPS Sixth Form, in Queen’s Gate just south of the park, opened in September 2017 for pupils aged 16-18
Kensington Park School has attracted some high-profile teachers from the independent schools’ sector: Paul Vanni, the current Deputy Head of St Paul’s Girls’ School, will join KPS as Headmaster from Easter 2018. Other newly-appointed members of staff from St Paul’s (boys) School include the former acting High Master, Senior Tutor, Undermasters and heads of department who are also teachers of maths, science, and economics. Many of these distinguished staff have 25-year track records in helping their pupils achieve outstanding A Level results as well as giving professional advice on entry into the world’s finest universities, including Oxbridge and the US Ivy League. KPS has partnered with a number of sporting and cultural institutions in and around its west London home and will offer an extensive spectrum of sports and co-curricular activities, including tennis, rowing, swimming, equestrian, drama and music. The school also has strong links with schools, universities and businesses around the world and will offer a unique range of exchange programmes and work placement opportunities across Europe, the US and China.
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