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Teacher of Computing

Sir William Borlase's Grammar SchoolBuckinghamshire

Part time, potential for a full time role if combined with Maths teaching

The popularity and success of Computer Science, taught at Borlase from Year 7 through to A Level, has created an exciting opportunity for an additional teacher of this subject. The successful candidate will demonstrate a dynamic and creative approach to teaching, a passion for the subject and the necessary skills and enthusiasm to enhance further the excellent teaching and learning within the department. The successful candidate will already be able to teach KS3 computing with potential to develop to include KS4/5 teaching depending upon the candidate’s aspirations.

Although the role in the Computing Department is for part time hours, we are also currently recruiting for a Teacher of Maths. We are open to the possibility of creating a full time role for a candidate who is able to teach both Computing and Maths. If this is of interest to you, please do look at the Maths teacher job description on our website.

Please do contact us with any queries or if you would like to discuss your situation with us first.

For an application form please visit and click on Job Vacancies or email for more information.

Closing date: 26 February 2021

Interviews will take place in the first week of March 2021

Applications submitted via email should be sent to Mrs Anna Summerfield at

The school is fully committed to the DfE guidance on Safeguarding Children and Safer Recruitment in Education and all candidates for the post will therefore be subject to vetting procedures following Buckinghamshire Council's guidance on Safer Recruitment and Selection in Schools.

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