Teacher of Computing & ICT
Fulham Senior School is seeking to appoint a well-qualified and enthusiastic Teacher of Computing & ICT with experience of teaching to the full age and ability range to join this brand new coeducational senior school in West London. Candidates must have the ability to teach Computing and ICT up to A Level.
This offers a rare and challenging opportunity for experienced teachers to take forward their subject within an innovative educational establishment at the creation of Fulham Senior School.
Starting with 35 pupils and a staff of 8 in 2018, the school will build up year on year to a school of 280 pupils in 2021.
The main purpose of the role will be to teach Computing and ICT but there are opportunities for the successful candidate to share their skills, experience, interests and hobbies within our extensive co-curricular programme that we offer to our pupils. We are a growing school so there will be career progression opportunities within the Computing and ICT Department including positions to lead on the design of Computer Science at KS5. For the right candidate the responsibility of the MiS manager / ICT support are available.
Students in Year 9 begin the ground work in practical programming (coding /comp language) and developing an increased understanding of computing fundamentals (e.g. systems, hardware, software and networking). In Year 10 GCSE Computing following the AQA 8520 syllabus will be offered to pupils.
We also have a strong CPD programme and believe in seeking out opportunities to further staff development.
Please apply by filling in the school’s Application and Equal Opportunities Form’s which can be found on our website: http://fulhamprep.co.uk/our-school/Vacancies/
If you would like to speak to Miss Arabella Northey, Deputy Head about the role then she would love to talk to you. You can call the school on 020 7386 2444 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Closing date: Friday 23rd February 2018
Interviews: Monday 26th February 2018
FSS is committed to the protection and safety of our learners. The successful applicant will be required to undertake an enhanced criminal record check via the Disclosure and Barring Service prior to commencing the role.