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Teacher of Computer Science

Marylebone Boys' SchoolWestminster

Who we are

Marylebone Boys' School is a Free School which opened in September 2014. We now have 600 boys in Years 7-11. We launched our mixed Sixth Form in 2019 and will eventually have over 1000 pupils studying at our school.

We are an inner-city boys’ school with a cohort of 50% Pupil Premium students. We are an academically rigorous school with an emphasis on good behaviour, commitment to learning and outstanding teaching, where knowledge is valued and available to all who are prepared to work for it. Expectations are high for all pupils. Those who need extra time and support will be helped and expected to achieve their full potential. Our motto is “studio et industria”, which can be translated as “through application and hard work”.

We follow safer recruitment practices and appointments are subject to a satisfactory enhanced DBS.

What we offer to candidates

The school is committed to providing excellent professional development and training – be that for an NQT programme (supported by Westminster) or relevant CPD for a person in the early stages of their teaching career.

If you are looking for the exciting opportunity to take ownership, be creative and explore new teaching and learning approaches from day one, as well as the chance to work with a diverse range of pupils in an energetic environment, then this role would suit you.

Our location

Since 2018 we have been in our permanent site, a brand new school located in the heart of the prestigious Paddington Basin area. We are part of a wider development by Westminster City Council, just a stone’s throw from Paddington Station with all the benefits of Crossrail as well as the existing Underground and National Rail connections.

We will open our new Sixth Form Centre in September 2021, which will allow us to have both our sites in close proximity on North Wharf Road.

Job summary

The role would involve teaching KS3 and KS4 Computer Science, as well as taking responsibility for A-Level Computer Science.

The job would suit a newly qualified teacher or someone who is currently working toward a qualified teaching status or someone who is in the early stages of their teaching career and wants experience of a different school context.

The school is committed to providing excellent professional development and training – be that for an NQT programme (supported by Westminster) or relevant CPD for a person in the early stages of their teaching career. 

Job description and person specification

Please download the job description and person specification via the links below.

Application process

• The deadline to apply for this post is 8.00am on Friday 21 May 2021, however we will interview suitable candidates on receipt of suitable applications, therefore early submissions are advised. 

• Contact us if you would like more information about the school or the position on jobs@maryleboneschool.org.

• Complete the application form fully and provide a supporting statement (maximum 2 pages).

• Send your applications to jobs@maryleboneschool.org.

Interview process

• We will interview suitable candidates on receipt of suitable applications, therefore early submissions are advised.

• We will only interview candidates who provide two satisfactory references in advance, of whom one must be your current Headteacher if you are currently working in a school.

• The selection process will include an interview, an observed lesson and a task. 

• We will inform all invited candidates of the outcome of their application and offer feedback to those who are unsuccessful.


Supporting documents

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