Subject Leader - Computer Science, York

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Pocklington SchoolYork

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Start date: January 2018
Contract type: Full Time
Salary: Undisclosed
Contract term: Permanent
Suitable for NQTs: Yes

SUBJECT LEADER – COMPUTER SCIENCE   

Permanent, Full Time from January 2018  

Pocklington is a thriving and excellent co-educational independent school 12 miles east of York, providing day and boarding education.  An enthusiastic and well-qualified graduate is required to join this forward-thinking department who will motivate and stretch all pupils, whilst allowing every child to achieve to the best of their ability.  Applicants will be required to teach Computer Science up to A Level with confidence and dynamism. Experience of teaching coding and programming is essential.  

The post is equally suitable for someone with experience or new to the profession.  For NQTs, the school offers the ISC induction programme which leads to QTS.   We also offer a full programme of extra-curricular activities, to which the successful candidate will be expected to make a commitment.  

You can access further information and an application pack from: www.pocklingtonschool.com T: 01759 322666 E: recruitment@pocklingtonschool.com  

Closing date:  9am 5 October 2017    

Pocklington School Foundation is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and expects all staff to share this commitment.  The successful applicant will be required to undertake an enhanced disclosure via the DBS.

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Type: Mainstream School
Phase: Secondary with sixth form
Funding status: Independent
Gender: Mixed
Age Range: 11 - 18 years
Denomination: Church of England
Address: West Green, Pocklington, York, East Riding of Yorkshire, YO42 2NJ, United Kingdom
Telephone: +44 1759 321200
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Pocklington School was founded by John Dolman in 1514 as part of a guild whose aims encompassed support for the poor and sick of the parish as well as the foundation of a school “for the bringing up of youth in virtue and learning”.  The foundat...