Teacher of English

Guildford County SchoolSurrey

Guildford County is an outstanding school seeking to appoint an exceptional individual to join a highly successful department to teach up to and including A Level. English is a strong department in the school with a very supportive team ethos. Last year, GCSE students achieved over 94% grade 4+ in English Language and 86% grade 4+ in English Literature. At A level, students achieved 88% grade A*-C in English Language and 92% grade A*-C in English Literature. 

 “The leadership of teaching is very well developed so that staff are well supported to improve their practice. As a result, staff blossom, including those new to the profession”… “OUTSTANDING in all areas” – Ofsted 2017.

We are seeking to appoint a dynamic and innovative Teacher of English to join this successful department and teach up to and including A Level. The position could suit either an experienced teacher or a recently qualified teacher with the appropriate experience. We welcome applications from NQTs and actively support new teachers with an established and extensive NQT programme. We are as committed to your development as we will expect you to be to the progress of your students. A position of responsibility within the department or the wider school may be offered to a suitably qualified candidate.

The successful applicant will have strong subject knowledge, and be a reflective practitioner who embraces emerging technologies and has a passionate enthusiasm for both teaching and economics and business studies. 

Guildford County School is the most oversubscribed school in Surrey and enjoys an excellent reputation in the local community. Our students and staff are widely praised for their passion and dedication.

For further information or to download an application form, please visit: www.guildfordcounty.co.uk/643/current-vacancies or contact Sarah Mackenzie, HR Officer, by telephone: 01483 504089 or email: smackenzie@guildfordcounty.co.uk

Closing date: 10am on 27th January 2021.

Interviews may be arranged on receipt of application.

We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expect all staff and volunteers to share in this obligation. The successful candidate will be required to undertake and enhanced disclosure by the DBS.

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