We require a part-time teacher of humanities to teach a range of subjects up to Key Stage 3 (currently RS and History, although this may change in September) to cover a period of maternity leave. The current weekly teaching load until July 2019 is 10.5 periods per week, based on a two-week timetable.
Applications are invited from experienced and enthusiastic candidates with an excellent and relevant degree to teach throughout the College and to join these thriving and dynamic departments, many of which have recently been completely refurbished to a high standard as part of a multi-million pound and transformational investment programme in both facilities and staff.
This is a part-time post although the successful applicant will have an opportunity to contribute fully to the co-curricular and pastoral life of the boarding school, which remain a strength of the College.
The College offers a competitive salary scale and package.
Lord Wandsworth College is an ambitious and forward-thinking independent, HMC co-educational boarding and day school of around 600 pupils, aged 11-18. It enjoys a fine reputation for its very high standards, pastoral care and superb all-round education. This is embodied in our exceptionally wide and high-quality co-curricular programme alongside a passion and drive to be sector leading in Pupil Voice and Character Education. LWC is a popular school, growing significantly - despite the sector challenges – in the past decade. We aim to develop a 'can do, will do' mindset and to nurture and inspire our learners. We believe in them and go the extra mile for them.
LWC is situated in an estate of 1200 acres in a rural area of Hampshire and within the village of Long Sutton, yet only 15 minutes from Hook / Winchfield stations which are less than an hour from central London. The College was founded in the early twenties to provide an education for children who had lost one or both parents and their time was spent not only in school but also working on the farm which was, and remains, an integral part of the LWC landscape. The Lord Wandsworth Foundation still continues to support about fifty children. Our Foundationers add a stimulating dimension to the school’s make-up and the Foundation is central to the ethos of LWC.
The College had an ISI Inspection in 2017 and the report may be read at www.isi.net
LWC is in the middle of an exciting development programme, involving the investment of well over £20 million in outstanding facilities through a transformational campus masterplan focused clearly on teaching and learning. The whole school is equipped to enable children to bring their own devices and our virtual learning environment is growing in use. Most important, though, is the quality of our staff, and their professional development is hugely important to us. We hope everyone finds us warm, welcoming, open and really focused on working hard to do the very best we can for all the pupils in our care.
The departments are extremely well resourced and equipped with the latest supporting technologies, being popular at both GCSE and A Level and many students go on to humanities-based courses at University. The departments are lively, friendly and high-achieving within the curriculum and beyond.
Deadline: Sunday 8th December 2019 at midnight
Interviews: Tuesday 10th December 2019
For full details and to complete an online application form, please visit: https://www.lordwandsworth.org/our-community/employment-opportunities/academic
Any enquiries should be addressed to the Human Resources Assistant, Jack Richmond on 01256 860316 or firstname.lastname@example.orgThe College is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of young people. The successful applicant will be subject to a Disclosure and Barring Services (DBS) check and references. We are an equal opportunities employer. Lord Wandsworth College is a registered charity (Number: 1143359) providing outstanding caring education for boys and girls since 1912.