The King’s School is a selective co-educational boarding and day school of 825 pupils in years 9-13. The school, dating back to 597 and situated in the heart of the historic Cathedral city of Canterbury in Kent, has an outstanding reputation as one of the country’s leading independent schools.
The King’s family, which includes The Junior King’s School, will in September 2018 open its first purely International College in purpose-built accommodation in Canterbury. The College will teach up to 80 international students in Years 7-11 with the aim of sending them successfully onwards for the Sixth Form, GCSEs or 13+ entrance. Its students and staff will benefit from being a new and innovative part of this historical institution.
Applications are invited for the position of Lead Teacher of Humanities. The starting date will be 1st September 2018. This is an exciting opportunity to establish the College within both the King’s tradition and the global community.
We seek to appoint an inspiring individual who is academically well-qualified to degree level, experienced in boarding education, and has excellent teaching and pastoral skills. A qualification and experience of EAL is advantageous, but not a necessity. The candidate must be in complete agreement with the King’s ethos, and have the fullest understanding of the academic, social and personal needs of today’s international teenager.
From 17th to 19th January, due to improvements being made to our website, please apply for Lead Teacher of insert subject by emailing your cover letter and CV to Vicky Watson, HR Officer: firstname.lastname@example.org
If you have any difficulties applying, please contact the HR Department: 01227 595566.
Closing date: 9:00am on Monday, 22nd January 2018.
The School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and applicants must be willing to undergo child protection screening including checks with past employers and the Disclosure & Barring Service.
The King's School, Canterbury is an educational charity - Registration No: 307942.