The perfect role for an NQT or experienced teacher looking to help shape the new intake of students from the beginning of their journey with us.
West Hill Park School is a thriving and successful Co-Educational Independent Prep School for boys and girls aged 3 – 13. Our aim is develop each individual pupil to their potential, providing an appropriate and balanced curriculum and extra-curricular activities that encourage success, service and satisfaction. Classes are small (between 15 – 20 pupils) and we have motivated, enthusiastic and curious learners.
We’ll look to you to teach one of our Year 2 classes from September 2018 to ensure that all of our pupils have the best learning experience. This role will be particularly suitable for an enthusiastic and committed NQT involved with all areas of teaching, you will be responsible for the learning, assessment and curriculum development for your class and being an active part in after school and/or activities programmes.
With first-rate facilities across 28 acres of grounds, our school is nestled in the pretty village of Titchfield, between Southampton and Portsmouth. Transport links are good, as we are near to the M3 motorway and rail links to London Waterloo. Accommodation may also be available and there is potential to help with relocation costs for the right candidate.
We have a strong sense of community and you will be joining a warm, friendly working environment, with a supportive and encouraging Leadership team. To see more of our school, please click here to see our video: http://www.westhillpark.com/Our-Film
For further details please contact Mr Craig Boyce, Director of Studies at firstname.lastname@example.org
For application form, job description and person specification please contact Mrs Karen Ramsay, Registrar, by email: email@example.com or by phone: 01329 842356. Details are also available from the website www.westhillpark.com under ‘About us’, ‘Vacancies’.
Closing date: Thursday, 19 July 2018
Interviews: Friday 27 July 2018
West Hill Park School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of all our children. All staff are trained in child protection and work within the staff code of conduct and whistle blowing policies. All candidates for posts will be asked to provide suitable references, undergo an enhanced DBS check and will be asked, at interview, questions about safeguarding children. The school may contact any of your previous employers.