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Resident Graduate for Mathematics and/or Computer Science

Bryanston SchoolBlandford Forum, Dorset

Bryanston currently has an exciting opportunity for a passionate graduate to assist with Maths and/or Computer Science, initially for one year.

This role would ideally suit a Maths or Computer Science graduate interested in exploring the teaching profession and gaining experience in the thriving Maths Department of a busy co-ed boarding school.

Bryanston has excellent Maths and Computer Science department that teach across GCSE, A level and IB courses over the 13-18 age range.  We expect the resident teaching role to focus on junior classes with the possibility of assisting with senior classes.

There is a vibrant community of staff living on site, many of whom also undertake residential boarding house duties with accommodation provided.  Full induction and support will be available, and although this is an appointment for one academic year in the first instance, there may be an opportunity for the right candidate to have their employment extended as part of our in-post PGCE teacher training programme, in due course.

Bryanston offers a competitive package including free accommodation, utilities, meals and gym membership in a fantastic working environment.

Bryanston School is an independent boarding and day school for boys and girls aged 13 to 18, set in a 400-acre site near Blandford Forum in Dorset. Founded in 1928, the school aims above all to develop the all-round talents of individual pupils. A broad, flexible academic and extra-curricular programme is offered and each pupil benefits from considerable one-to-one help and guidance from a personal tutor, subject teachers and housemaster/housemistress. Bryanston aims to combine the best of the new and the old, as befits the school motto et nova et vetera.

For a graduate brochure, full job description and to apply online, please visit www.bryanston.co.uk/employment 

Closing date: Sunday, 11 April 2021

Bryanston is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.

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