A well-qualified, dedicated and inspiring teacher is required to lead our successful and forward-looking department, teaching up to Year 13, in our School that has been judged to be ‘excellent’ in every way.
Founded in 1906, Leicester High School provides education in our Junior Department of approximately 115 girls aged 3 – 9 years and our Senior School of approximately 250 girls aged 10-18 years. This post is based in the Senior School.
Our small size means everyone is someone at LHS and we pride ourselves on our family feel and excellent academic education. We specialise in bringing out the very best in girls aged 3 to 18 and our School philosophy of Education, Confidence and Opportunity is key to all we do, from our Early Years to our outstanding Sixth Form.
All LHS staff contribute towards the goal of providing a supportive, challenging and fun environment which enables our girls to achieve their potential.
We seek a well-qualified, enthusiastic, inspirational and highly motivated teacher who is able to lead, develop and support pupils in their teaching of Religious Studies/Philosophy and Belief. The subject is offered at both GCSE and A Level and our examination results are excellent.
Your passion for your subject will be clear to the students and you will have an ability to build, develop and maintain strong and positive relationships with all students, parents and colleagues alike.
This is an exciting opportunity to work in a busy and thriving school. Here, everyone is encouraged to become fully involved with school life. We offer a dynamic working environment, with talented and hard-working students.
• Subsidised lunches
• Healthcare cash plan
• Staff discount on School fees
• Structured CPD programme
• Free car parking on site
• Discounts from local businesses through our Shop Local Card
If you would like to join our wonderful School, please submit an online application and attach a covering letter to the Headmaster via Ms Sabina Davies, PA to the Headmaster; Closing date for applications is Tuesday 21 May 2019, at 4.00 pm.