Under new department leadership we are seeking an enthusiastic teacher of Geography to join our ambitious and innovative Geography team. Yateley School is a thriving and successful mixed 11-18 school of 1350 students (250 in the Sixth Form). Students opting to take Geography at A’ Level and GCSE is very popular.
Results, behaviour and the capacity to keep improving are excellent. This position can be flexible to suit either an experienced teacher or a newly qualified teacher looking for a nurturing environment. Our well-established Geography team provides support for the continuous development of teaching and learning skills and challenge for the more experienced teacher.
We strive to deliver engaging and challenging lessons to ensure consistently good results and drive improvement. The successful candidate will be able to impart a passion and enthusiasm for Geography and to motivate students to ensure they reach their full potential.
We can offer:
- a forward looking and well-equipped Department
- the possibility to teach A Level Geography
- well motivated and enthusiastic students
- on site day nursery, health suite and swimming pool
How to Apply
Please use the application form. The statement in support of your application can be sent as a letter by separate cover if you prefer. Applications can be received by email or post.
All details of the interview day will be sent to shortlisted candidates and requests for references will be sent out in advance. We will expect to make a decision on the day of the interview.
We look forward to receiving your application. If you wish to visit the school at any point, do not hesitate to contact Beverley Elder on 01252 746901 and we will be happy to arrange your visit.
Yateley School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff to share this commitment. All successful candidates will be subject to DBS checks along with other relevant employment checks.
Closing Date for Applications: 23rd April 2019 – Interviews likely 25th April 2019