Who we are
Marylebone Boys' School is a Free School which opened in September 2014. We now have 600 boys in Years 7-11 and a mixed Sixth Form which launched this academic year. We will eventually have over 800 pupils studying at our school.
We are an inner-city boys’ school with a cohort of 50% Pupil Premium students. We an academically rigorous school with an emphasis on good behaviour, commitment to learning and outstanding teaching, where knowledge is valued and available to all who are prepared to work for it. Expectations are high for all pupils. Those who need extra time and support will be helped and expected to achieve their full potential. Our motto is “studio et industria”, which can be translated as “through application and hard work”.
A milestone for the school was our first set of GCSE examination results in August 2019, for which we achieved exceptional Maths results. 84% of our pupils received a Grade 4+, 66% received a Grade 5+ and a very impressive 25% of all Maths grades were 9-7.
What we are looking for
If you are a specialist in Mathematics with experience at KS3 and KS4, are committed to high quality teaching and learning and want to develop your career at a school which has ambitious plans for its future – then we want to hear from you.
The job would suit a newly qualified teacher or someone who is in the early stages of their teaching career and wants experience of a different school context.
Opportunities at MBS
The school is committed to providing excellent professional development and training – be that for an NQT programme (supported by Westminster) or relevant CPD for a person in the early stages of their teaching career.
You will be joining a young, dynamic and friendly team who have high expectations of themselves and of their pupils.
Since 2018 we have been in our permanent site, a brand new school located in the heart of the prestigious Paddington Basin area. We are part of a wider development by Westminster City Council, just a stone’s throw from Paddington Station with all the benefits of Crossrail as well as the existing Underground and National Rail connections.
The deadline to apply for this post is 8.00am on Monday 28th October.
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Shortlisted candidates will be invited to attend the interview scheduled to take place on Wednesday 30th October. Candidates are requested to reserve this date in case they are invited to interview.
We will only interview candidates who provide two satisfactory references in advance, of whom one must be your current Headteacher if you are currently working in a school.
The interview process will include an interview, an observed lesson and a data task.
We will inform all invited candidates of the outcome of their application and offer feedback to those who are unsuccessful.