Claremont High School Academy
- Expiring soon
- Salary Scale 5 Point 24 £21,962 p.a. (£19,627.39 p.a. pro rata) Negotiable for the right applicant
- Job type:
- Full Time, Fixed Term
- Start date:
- Apply by:
- 3 January 2018
Full Time Post: Fixed Term Contract Initially
Salary Scale 5 Point 24 £21,962 p.a. (£19,627.39 p.a. pro rata)
Negotiable for the right applicant.
35hrs per week Term Time plus 10 days
The successful candidate(s) will assist in the organisation, development and delivery of technical services within the Science Faculty.
You will be dealing with a wide variety of work up to ‘A’ levels in all three sciences, so you must be qualified, experienced and an effective communicator. You will also possess strong interpersonal and management skills and a willingness to work as part of a team.
Please refer to the job description on the school’s website www.claremont-high.org.uk and
1. Complete the school’s application form.
2. Submit a written personal statement (not more than 2 sides of A4) detailing how your experience, qualifications and skills meet the requirements of the role you are applying for.
Please send applications by email or post to:
Claremont High School Academy,
Kenton, Harrow, Middlesex, HA3 0UH
Tel: 0208 204 4442
Closing date: Wednesday 03rd January (12 noon)
Claremont High School Academy is committed to safeguarding and promoting welfare of children, and all applicants must be willing to undergo child protection screening appropriate to the post, including checks with past employers and Disclosures and Barring Service checks.
About Claremont High School Academy
- Claremont High School Academy
- Claremont Avenue, Kenton, Harrow
- HA3 0UH
- United Kingdom
Since becoming a Specialist College for Performing Arts in 2001 here at Claremont we have been able to build on our success as a community comprehensive school: employing additional specialist staff; investing in high quality information, communication and technology equipment, available to all subject areas; expanding the curriculum offer at KS3, KS4 and post 16; creating and sustaining greater opportunities for staff, pupils and community groups to engage in a vast range of enrichment and learning activities; commissioning an architect designed multi-purpose arts hall costing nearly half a million pounds (2002) and architect designed Sports Complex (starting in 2005) and refurbishing specialist teaching areas.
We have experienced the benefits of focused long-term planning and the security of knowing that we have the resources to support our challenging academic targets. The continuing success of Year 9 pupils in their SATS, year 11 students in their GCSEs and Years 12 and 13 students at A level is testament to the benefits that come and will continue to come through our focus on achieving excellence in all aspects of teaching and learning. This year’s GCSE results equalled those of last year with 70% of students achieving five or more excellent GCSE passes. The school’s value added score continues to be very high and stands amongst the best in the country for schools of a similar kind.
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