Full time (Mon-Thurs 11.30 pm - 5.30 pm, Friday earlier start with earlier finish).
Possibility for the role of Head of English for an outstanding candidate. Possibility of TLR points for candidates that want to take on additional responsibilities. We are an expanding school that has secured funding to help us grow, we want to employ enthusiastic teachers that will grow with the school.
We are seeking to appoint an outstanding, dynamic and enthusiastic Teacher of English with understanding and deference to the schools strict Jewish ethos.
A great opportunity for a passionate Teacher of English to join a small, friendly and supportive department at this Orthodox Jewish School.
You will be committed to inclusive practices which will ensure that pupils with a variety of needs achieve and fulfill their potential across the curriculum. You will be expected to plan and deliver English lessons to the whole school to GCSE.
The school strives to provide an outstanding learning experience for every pupil; an experience that will provide them with essential, functional English skills to empower them in employment, support their social communication skills, and enable them to engage with the world as global citizens.
The most recent Ofsted inspection in February 2018 judged the School to be Good.
The successful applicant will be a literacy champion, passionate about helping all pupils achieve their best, despite the challenges they may face. They will have high expectations of pupils and work well independently in this small school. The School offers a fantastic setting for training and development and promotion. We strive not to overburden teachers with paperwork, so that they can concentrate on excellence in the classroom.
Applications from Newly Qualified Teachers are encouraged.
Salary commensurate to experience and highly competitive.
Candidates will be shortlisted and given interviews as we receive applications. We strive to make the interview process as stress free as possible.
The school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and vulnerable adults and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. This position is subject to an Enhanced DBS check under the Rehabilition of Offenders Act 1974.
Pardes House Grammar School is an independent day school situated in Finchley, North West London. It provides secondary education, both religious and secular, for Jewish Orthodox boys, aged 11 to 16 years.
The school aims to promote strong ‘academic ...