Teacher of Computing and Business Studies required from 25th August 2021
M1 – UPR3: £25,714 - £41,604 per annum
Newly qualified teachers considered
We have an opportunity for a dedicated and enthusiastic Teacher of Computing and Business Studies to join our ever popular and growing Computing and Business Department at Manor High School, top for GCSE progress in 2019 in Leicestershire and in the top 1% nationally.
Manor High School is an exceptional 11-16 school based in Oadby, Leicestershire, with around 900 students, and is part of the OAK Multi-Academy Trust. We benefit from a culturally diverse population and a body of students who are well-motivated, with very high aspirations. Our school revolves around our four core values: Excellence, Inspiration, Resilience and Respect. These are reflected in all that we do and all that we are.
Manor High School is the highest performing school for progress in Leicestershire and in the top 1% nationally. This exceptional achievement has been achieved through the hard-work and dedication of our staff, and the continuous challenge of our students, whatever their individual starting point.
Our students love school. They have high expectations of their learning experience and we expect the most from them. This role is perfect for a team player with a positive, can-do attitude, passionate about learning and eager to inspire others.
We will support your own professional learning and development, through CPD opportunities and our “Manor High Way”.
Manor High School operates on three salary bandings. They are; M1 to M3 (Teacher); M4 to M6 (referred to as an ‘Accomplished Teacher’) and; UPS1 to UPS3 (referred to as an ‘Expert teacher’). For this particular role, we welcome applications from newly qualified teachers but would also consider applications across the full salary range.
If this opportunity is the right one for you, we would be delighted to receive an application.
For more information, please contact our Office Manager, Lynn White.
Manor High School
- Mainstream school with state - academy funding
- Secondary School
- Students of mixed gender, age 11 - 16 years