Teacher of Psychology (Full-time, September 2023)
An inspirational and well-qualified teacher of Psychology is required to join this successful department from September 2023 on a full-time basis. Psychology is taught at A-level and is one of our most popular A-level subjects. Several students each year go on to study Psychology and related subjects at top universities, including Oxford and Cambridge.
We welcome applications from maintained and independent schools, and from new and experienced teachers. For more experienced teachers, there may be further professional opportunities.
What we offer:
- LEH is a thriving school situated on a 24-acre site west of London. It has a vibrant and diverse community, and LEH students are renowned for their academic prowess as well as their success across an extraordinarily wide range of co-curricular activities, including sport, music, and drama.
- We have state-of-the-art facilities, and we encourage staff to make the most of the school’s swimming pool, tennis courts, free lunches, on-site parking, and library services.
- The school offers the Teachers' Pension Scheme for teaching staff.
- A list of our attractive range of benefits can be found here.
How to apply:
An application pack is available from the School’s website by clicking here. Applications must be made on the School’s own form and should be sent to email@example.com.
The closing date is noon on Friday, 17th February 2023.
Applications will be considered upon receipt and interviews can take place at any time. The school reserves the right to close this post at an earlier date should a successful appointment be made.
CVs will not be considered and should not be submitted.
All staff working in the School will have some contact with children and will therefore be in regulated activity. Staff with teaching duties will be responsible for the pupils that they teach and may also have additional specific pastoral or other responsibilities for other pupils they do not teach. In addition, all staff will regularly interact with pupils who may seek assistance or otherwise interact with them whilst moving around the School. In all cases, the post holder’s responsibility for promoting and safeguarding the welfare of the pupils is to adhere to and ensure compliance with the School’s safeguarding policies and procedures at all times.
The post is exempt from the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 and the School is therefore permitted to ask job applicants to declare all convictions and cautions (including those which are “spent” unless they are “protected” under the DBS filtering rules) in order to assess their suitability to work with children.
Lady Eleanor Holles is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. All applicants must be willing to undergo child protection screening, including checks with past employers and the Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS).
The School’s History
Founded in 1710, The Lady Eleanor Holles School is one of the oldest and most prestigious academic girls’ schools in the country. Originally situated in Cripplegate in the City of London, the School moved in 1937 to purpose-built...