TEACHING STAFF VACANCIES

Required for September 2017, Teacher of Biology or Chemistry

We wish to appoint a qualified and enthusiastic Teacher of either Biology or Chemistry to teach at all levels within a dynamic, energetic department.  Examination results are excellent and the subject enjoys a high status within the school. Currently, over 200 pupils study Science in the sixth form. The school has also been successful in its bid to build a dedicated STEM block which will be completed by September 2017.  Full or part time applicants will be considered for this role.

Required for September 2017, Teacher of Food Technology, (Minimum 0.5FTE)

To teach at all levels in this highly successful school. The ability to offer a second specialism would be welcomed. Examination results are excellent and the subject enjoys a high status within the school. The school has been successful in its bid to build a dedicated STEM block which will be completed by September 2017.

Required for September 2017, Teacher of Geography

We wish to appoint a qualified and enthusiastic Teacher of Geography to teach at all levels within a dynamic, energetic department.  The department is popular with large numbers choosing to study Geography at GCSE and A level.  Examination results are excellent and the subject enjoys a high status within the school.

Applications for these posts are equally welcome from experienced or newly-qualified teachers.  For a successful candidate with PGCE credits, we are able to support the completion of an MA.  Accommodation at a very competitive rate may be available. Our admissions policy prioritises children of staff.

Further information is available from the school and on our website at www.watfordboys.org   Application by letter and completed application form to Ian Cooksey, Headmaster, Watford Grammar School for Boys, Rickmansworth Road, Watford, WD18 7JF 01923 208900, (email: head@watfordboys.org).  All posts are subject to an enhanced DBS check. The closing date for applications is 9am 2nd May 2017.

Published on 30/03/2017

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