We are seeking to appoint a dynamic and innovative teacher to work within our excellent Computer Science department. As a member of our team, you will be passionate about your teaching and committed to improving your own practice alongside like-minded professionals to ensure a high quality learning environment for all. You will be an integral part of the Computer Science team, sharing ideas and developing resources cohesively.
Computer Science is taught as a core subject in KS3, and in KS4/5 continues as an option subject. The successful candidate will be expected to teach KS3 Computer Science, GCSE Computer Science (Programming and Theory), with a possibility of A ‘Level Computer Science. An excellent knowledge of programming language(s) is essential; previous experience in Python programming language and A’Level is desirable. The department is very forward thinking and continually looks for courses that are relevant to our students.
“The care provided for pupils is outstanding and staff work tirelessly to ensure that pupils are happy and achieve.” Ofsted
Richard Challoner is an outstanding Catholic school for boys aged 11-16, with a thriving mixed Sixth Form; it is designated a Leading Edge School and has World Class status. Students at the school make excellent progress (top 10% of schools for KS2-4 progress and attainment) and demonstrate excellent behaviour for learning. The school enjoys supportive parents and staff turnover is extremely low.
The successful applicant will benefit from an outstanding programme of support, both within the Computer Science Department and as part of the whole school CPD programme. Our professional development and staff support programme is second to none.
Please provide cover letter, supporting CV and application form to the Headmaster’s PA,
Mrs Marion Silvester, via firstname.lastname@example.org
Closing Date: 5pm, Monday 16th April 2018 Interviews to be held w/c 23rd April 2018
Richard Challoner School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare and safety of children and to equality of opportunity. Appointment to this post will be subject to suitable references and an enhanced disclosure from the Disclosure and Barring Service.