KEY STAGE COORDINATOR – COMPUTER SCIENCE AND IT
This post attracts a TLR 2a (£2,667 per annum)
Join Hazelwick – a popular, highly-successful and happy community where our students enjoy learning and teachers enjoy teaching
Our shared vision is “for each and every student to achieve their maximum potential.”
Salary: MPR/UPR plus Fringe Area Allowance (from £1,077 per annum) plus potential recruitment incentives up to £10k.
Hazelwick is a high achieving and oversubscribed 11-18 mixed secondary school with 1500 students in Years 7 – 11 and 330 students in the 6th form. As one of the highest performing schools in West Sussex, with a Progress 8 score of +0.33, we have an unwavering focus on enabling our students to achieve their maximum potential.
According to our recent Ofsted report, Hazelwick is a school:
•which is a warm and welcoming place to be with a clear sense of teamwork and community spirit and with excellent working relationships between staff and students
•where leaders and staff are passionate about wanting the best for every student
•which has strong staff morale and a strong sense of pride, which is shared by students and parents
•which has a clear programme of teacher coaching and professional development in place
•where students make consistently good progress across the wide range of academic subjects well above the national average at key stage 4
•where behaviour is very good; students are polite, friendly and conduct themselves well; they value their learning and play a full part in lessons
•a school where teachers are proud to work
•a school with excellent developmental and CPD opportunities for staff
Our thriving Computer Science department is one of the largest options subjects within the school, with 15 classes at KS4 and 5 at KS5. The experienced and successful Computer Science team achieved a very positive Progress 8 score (+0.4) in 2017. The department has been awarded a Network of Excellence Award from the British Computing Society for its curriculum and is the only local master Hub school supporting local secondary and primary schools.
For Easter 2018 or September 2018 we are looking for:
•a teacher who can enthuse, motivate and engage students and is committed to excellence and high student achievement
•a teacher who is able to teach KS3 and KS4 with the potential to teach KS5 now or in the future
•a teacher with a passion for working with young people and a perseverance to make a difference to them and their future
•a teacher with a focus on their own professional development and a drive to work with us to become the best teacher they can be
•we are committed to safeguarding and protecting the welfare of children and young people.
•the successful applicant will be required to complete a DBS check
Please return your completed application by 9.00am on Monday 19th February 2018
You are encouraged to submit your application as soon as possible, as there may be occasions where we will close a vacancy and interview once sufficient applications have been received.