Head of Design Technology
Oldham Hulme Grammar School
- This will be discussed at interview
- Job type:
- Full Time, Permanent
- Start date:
- September 2018
- Apply by:
- 29 January 2018
Required for September 2018, a well-qualified and enthusiastic Head of Design Technology to lead a strong department.
There is an expectation that the successful candidate will contribute to the extra-curricular and pastoral life of the School. Hulme operates its own salary scale.
Further information and applications packs can be obtained from our website at www.ohgs.co.uk or from the Principal’s PA, Oldham Hulme Grammar School, Chamber Road, Oldham. OL8 4BX
Tel: 0161 624 4497
Fax: 0161 652 4107
Closing date for applications is Monday, 29 January 2018 at 9am
About Oldham Hulme Grammar School
- Oldham Hulme Grammar School
- Chamber Road, Oldham
- OL8 4BX
- United Kingdom
Hulme Grammar School, located in Oldham, Lancashire, is a mixed selective school for children between the ages of 2 and 18. It is an independent, all-through mainstream school with a sixth-form. Currently there are 800 students enrolled at the establishment. Classes are co-educational in the Nursery, Infants, Juniors and sixth form and single-sex in Years 7 to 11.
Academic excellence is only part of our story… A Hulme education is about far more than this; we aim to ensure our children leave as confident and socially adept young people who have enjoyed a broad range of experiences.
We aim to provide a modern education with traditional values for our pupils in an environment which fosters a family atmosphere. We nurture the potential of our pupils by tailoring the education to individual needs.
1. To foster pupils’ intellectual, social, physical, cultural, emotional, moral and spiritual development, encouraging enjoyment of learning, a spirit of enquiry and the pursuit of excellence within a disciplined and stimulating learning environment.
2. To promote moral and spiritual values; emphasising integrity, honesty, generosity, respect for other people and the environment, and appreciation of different ethnicities, religions and ways of life.
3. To offer pupils a broad and balanced curriculum and extra-curricular programme, for acquiring knowledge, understanding, skills and attitudes in preparation for higher education and the world of employment, public service, leisure and citizenship.
4. To enhance pupils’ self-awareness and self-confidence, enabling them to value their own and others’ efforts and achievements and develop a sense of care and responsibility for the school community and wider society
In September 2019 the school received an educational quality inspection from the Independent Schools Inspectorate. Both the quality of the pupils' academic and other achievements and the quality of the pupils' personal development were rated as "excellent". Inspectors noted: "Pupils are courteous and welcoming and, within a diverse community, each individual enjoys a special status and is cherished, and difference is embraced”.
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