We are looking to appoint a dynamic individual who will play a fundamental role in shaping and implementing the school’s Digital Learning strategy. The successful candidate will provide motivation and leadership to staff in order to innovate and enhance the use of ICT in teaching and learning across the curriculum. He/she will have a passion for technology and have the necessary skills and vision to harness change in an ever changing environment. The post holder will also have responsibility for educating pupils and advising parents and staff about e-safety. Experience of teaching in a London preparatory school would be an advantage, though by no means essential.
Pembridge Hall is undergoing a dynamic period of development in which innovative thinking is encouraged and every teacher’s contribution is valued.
Pembridge Hall is an Independent girls’ preparatory school (ages 4 – 11) of 430 girls set in a beautiful residential square in Notting Hill. Pembridge prepares its pupils for many of the top day and boarding senior schools in the country and therefore works at a level significantly above National Curriculum expectations. It is part of the Alpha Plus Group of Schools.
Pembridge Hall is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, and applicants must be willing to undergo child protection screening appropriate to the post, including an Enhanced DBS check.
Remuneration for this post is in accordance with the Alpha Plus pay scale.
To apply for this vacancy please visit the Alpha Plus website on www.alphaplusgroup.co.uk and complete the application pack and equal opportunities monitoring form, accompanied by a letter explaining why you feel you would be suitable for the position. Also available on the website is a copy of the Job Description and Person Specification for the post. Please return the completed application via email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Applications should reach the school no later than Wednesday 22nd March and interviews will be held in the week commencing Monday 27th March.