Teacher of Drama
September 2018 start – full or part-time (MPS/UPS)
Hardenhuish School is an 11-18 co-educational comprehensive school set in the magnificent parkland of the former Hardenhuish Manor and Chippenham Grammar School. We enjoy an outstanding reputation locally and nationally as a ‘High Performing Specialist Academy’. Exam results are consistently above the national average. At Hardenhuish we put children at the centre of all we do: we believe in a three way partnership with school, home and the individual, ensuring that each and every young person is ‘inspired to learn, supported to succeed’.
We wish to appoint an inspiring, creative and energetic teacher of Drama to join our vibrant and thriving department. The successful candidate will teach Drama throughout the key stages, including A-level, show an enthusiasm for all forms of drama, a willingness to develop his/her own practice and contribute to extra-curricular programmes. The ability to teach a second subject would be advantageous.
You would be working in our well-resourced and fully equipped Drama Studios. Hardenhuish provides a supportive environment, where every member of staff is helped to be the very best they can be. You would have the advantage of outstanding CPD provision, if appropriate an established and successful NQT programme, potential for in-house career progression opportunities, regular staff-wellbeing events and access to a generous benefit package through Wiltshire Rewards.
Applications are welcome from experienced teachers or NQTs wishing to work on a full or part-time permanent or 1 year fixed term contract basis. Should you wish to discuss this vacancy, please contact our HR Manager on 01249 650693 or to apply, download an application pack from the Vacancies page on our website www.hardenhuish.wilts.sch.uk
The closing date is 8.30am on Monday 21 May 2018 but please note, interviews may be held once a suitable field is identified, which may be before the closing date.
Hardenhuish School is an equal opportunities employer and requires enhanced DBS clearance as part of its commitment to safeguarding the welfare of children and young people. We expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.