Haygrove School is a popular 11-16 mixed school in the beautiful county of Somerset with a reputation for excellent academic results, good standards of behaviour and a caring and inclusive environment.
Why choose to work at Haygrove?
- Rated ‘Good’ by Ofsted in 2016, our outstanding GCSE results are amongst the best in the county with 69% achieving five A* to C GCSEs, including English and Maths.
- These are exciting times for Haygrove School. We are now entering an exciting phase in the school’s history, as we have now had confirmation of a new build, which will have significant impact on the quality of our accommodation and the learning environment.
- As a Multi Academy Trust we are well positioned to recruit and develop high quality teachers who aspire to be expert practitioners working across a Trust and potentially taking on leadership responsibilities.
- We work closely with several Higher Education establishments in the South West and local teaching alliances in order to ensure top quality training opportunities and accredited courses, in addition to our annual in-house programme of personalised training.
- We have an open-culture and treat others with respect and fairness. We work together to meet the common need, share ideas, collaborate effectively for the benefit of the school and build relationships with colleagues and the community. We expect you to be committed to quality in everything you do.
- We are committed to on-going 'in-house' investment to meet the professional needs of all our staff. Our programmes of Induction and Continuous Professional Development reflect our determination to demonstrate at all times the highest quality of care and professionalism in all aspects of our work.
- We welcome diversity amongst our staff and seek to ensure that all candidates for employment are treated fairly. We are an employer that is committed to the principle of equality of opportunity.
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Working at Haygrove offers:
- A personalised professional development programme.
- An inspirational staff team who willingly support each other.
- A caring ethos that inspires success for all.
- Well motivated and enthusiastic learners.
- A wide range of extra-curricular activities.
- A full programme of induction and support for new staff.
- A culture of high expectation and professional standards.
Haygrove School is an equal opportunities employer. Haygrove School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and expects all staff to share this commitment. All posts will be subject to an enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service Check.
If you have any questions about any of the vacancies advertised below, or would like to speak to someone about working at Haygrove School please contact:
Mrs Julie North, H.R. Manager on 01278 455531 or email@example.com
Early applications are encouraged. We reserve the right to close a vacancy early should we feel able to appoint an appropriate candidate.
Teacher of Art & DT Textiles - Permanent, Full-time wef September 2020
Teacher's Main or UPS Pay Scale
Application Closing Date : noon on 17 April 2020 / Interview Date: 27 April 2020
We have an exciting opportunity for an innovative practitioner of Art and Textiles, ideally with a Textiles background and the ability to offer GCSE Textile and GCSE Art, to join our outstanding teams from September 2020.
Applications from NQT colleagues as well as experienced teachers are welcomed for this post.
2 x Clerking Appointments:
Two exciting opportunities have arisen for both a Clerk for the Board of Trustees (402 hours per year) and also a Clerk for the Local Governors of Haygrove School (198 hours per year). Both roles are term-time only and will involve the preparation for, setting up of and attendance at evening meetings (held on weekdays after school). Outside of these times, candidates will work from home or access the school office. Further details can be found below.
Hours: 30 hours per week, Monday to Friday, Term time plus 5 additional days
Salary: Between £13,194 to £14,568
We are seeking an enthusiastic Cover Supervisor to work with classes across the curriculum during the short term absence of teaching staff.
This post is ideally suited if you are an aspiring teacher looking to gain valuable experience in a successful secondary school. Training and Induction will be provided.
NB: the deadline for this post has been amended to 20 March 2020
The Board of Governors for Haygrove School currently has a vacancy for a Parent Governor.
Examination Invigilator/Reader and Scribe
Required for 2020 Exams. No closing date, we are accepting applications throughout the year.
Salary: £9.20 per hour (including holiday supplement)
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