Key Stage 3 Teacher – September 2018 start (Full or Part time) This position may suit a primary or a secondary trained teacher.
What we're looking for
An enthusiastic and innovative teacher is required to teach students in Key Stage 3, primarily in Maths and/or English. An ability to offer teaching in other curriculum areas at Key Stage 3 would be advantageous.
Applications are welcome from full time or part time candidates.
Therfield is a mixed 11-18 School at the heart of the community where “teachers have high expectations of students, attainment is significantly above the national average, students enjoy their learning and are proud of their school.” Ofsted 2013. Our School Vision and Aims reflect our ethos, which is to strive for the highest possible academic standards in an environment of exciting learning opportunities, where individuals can develop their talents in safe and friendly surroundings. These aims are reflected in our ethos of “The Best for All: Excellence, Leadership, Opportunity.” Leadership development for staff and students is a key focus of the school and we have a highly positive reputation for staff development.
We are well located for transport links from London, with Leatherhead Station being accessible from both the Waterloo and Victoria lines. The school is a 10 minute walk from the station. Alternatively, we are minutes from Junction 9 of the M25.
Attributes and Experience.
• An enthusiastic and motivated teacher with a record of outstanding classroom practice
• Ability to teach Key Stage 3 students in English and/or Maths.
• A team player
• An innovator with drive and determination
• All staff are expected to be a tutor as we see this as a vital part of promoting student progress.
• A commitment to providing outstanding opportunities for all young people to develop the character and resilience they need to succeed in modern Britain.
Therfield is one of the 4 schools in South East England to receive the prestigious National DfE Character Award since they were introduced in 2015. This award celebrates excellence and diversity in this field, recognising that character is already being encouraged, nurtured and developed alongside academic rigour through a variety of programmes in and outside the school. This means that the successful candidate will need to be able to deliver high academic standards, but also a commitment to providing outstanding opportunities for all young people to develop the character and resilience they need to succeed in modern Britain.
The next steps: If you are interested in the post please contact the school for further information. If you believe you can meet our requirements please apply. You can download an application pack from www.therfield.surrey.sch.uk, or alternatively email firstname.lastname@example.org .
Closing date for applications is 9am on Thursday, 19th April 2018.
The School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and applicants must be willing to undergo child protection training and screening appropriate to the post, including checks with past employers and the Disclosure and Barring Service.