We are seeking an innovative and dynamic Head of Computing who can contribute to our thriving and forward thinking school. We are looking for an established teacher who is passionate about their subject, and will lead their pupils to further success and achievements. The successful candidates will be suitably qualified and have strong subject knowledge as well as having excellent teaching skills. They will have detailed knowledge and understanding of the National Curriculum and new developments in computing. This role attracts a TLR 2b - £4,443 pa
Shaftesbury School is a thriving 11-18 secondary school with an international state boarding facility, established in an area of outstanding natural beauty. We have been judged as Good in all areas by Ofsted and are aspiring to achieving an outstanding grading in the future. We are committed to getting the best for our pupils, both academically and pastorally. Our motto, aspiration, action and achievement, inspires and is expected of both pupils and staff alike.
The school is part of Southern Academy Trust, a multi academy trust that embraces its responsibility for the education of a generation. We have a supportive and collaborative network of staff across our schools who believe in working together to get the best for all our pupils. Southern Academy Trust will provide the successful candidate with a variety of staff benefits including CPD opportunities and support. The start date for this post is January 2020.
Closing Date: Tuesday 15 October 2019
Interview Date: Thursday 17 October 2019
If you would like to become part of our community, think you can make a difference to the pupils in our school or wish to find out more information about this position, please contact the Headteacher, Tim Farrer on 01747 854498 or by email firstname.lastname@example.org so we can arrange to show you around the school.
At Southern Academy Trust, we are committed to closing our gender pay gap. We therefore welcome applications for job shares for all positions we advertise.
This Trust is committed to safeguarding the welfare of its students and the successful applicant will be subject to an enhanced DBS.