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Head of Computer Science/ICT

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Spalding Grammar School

Spalding, Lincolnshire

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Job type:
Full Time, Permanent
Start date:
September 2019
Apply by:
20 February 2018

Job description


TLR B (£4,782)

Required for September 2018

This selective Academy Grammar School is seeking an enthusiastic teacher to lead and manage a well-established department. The successful candidate will be expected to teach throughout the School, including the Sixth Form, where the Department offers A Level Computer Science and the OCR Cambridge Technical L3 Introductory Diploma in ICT. He/she must also be able to provide guidance and act as a role model for other teaching colleagues within the Department. All middle leaders are expected to make a contribution to the broader development of the School.

The Department is well-resourced and all teaching staff have access to excellent support and professional development opportunities. The School offers a friendly but determined working environment, with an academic culture that is challenging, rigorous and student-centred.

Further details and an application pack are available from Mrs D Haslam, Headmaster’s PA (email: dhaslam@spaldinggrammar.lincs.sch.uk)

CLOSING DATE: Tuesday 20 February 2018, at 12 noon

Spalding Grammar School, Priory Road, Spalding, Lincolnshire PE11 2XH

01775 765800 www.spaldinggrammar.lincs.sch.uk NOR 889

Headmaster: S M Wilkinson

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Welcome to Spalding Grammar School

A school where individuals matter. Our principal aim is to ensure that all students develop into reflective and well-rounded individuals, attaining their full potential intellectually, socially and personally.

Academic excellence is at the heart of what we do, and we challenge all students to achieve their best through the provision of high-quality teaching in a stimulating environment. However, we are concerned as well with fostering open, enquiring minds, an awareness of spiritual values, and the development of the qualities of moral integrity, self-reliance, initiative, responsibility and self-confidence that will enable students to cope with the challenges they will meet in school, in their personal lives and in adult life.

The cornerstone of our approach is the strength of relationships between staff and students, forged not only in lessons but by means of our innovative Vertical Form Tutor system, which also allows students to benefit regularly from the experience of others beyond their own year group.

To be a member of Spalding Grammar School is to be part of a community that values and rewards participation. Those who invest the most benefit the most, and we encourage all students to make a positive contribution, both inside the classroom and to our rich extra-curricular programme; but, as well, to the wider world beyond the gates.

I am confident that you will be able to see all of this for yourself. When you walk around the School and speak to our students, I hope you will sense not only their courtesy and intelligence, but also their commitment and enthusiasm. I hope, as well, that once you have experienced our community, you will want to become a part of it.

S M Wilkinson

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