One of the
country’s leading academic schools, Queen Elizabeth’s Barnet blends a
distinctive heritage and proud traditions with an innovative, forward-looking
approach to providing a state education like no other to 1300 boys aged 11-18.
Our ‘outstanding’ status was emphatically validated by Ofsted in May 2022 and
we are also The Sunday Times State Secondary School of the Year for 2022.
about our school is available at www.qebarnet.co.uk.
We are looking
to support talented and ambitious graduates to join our staff team whilst
working towards Qualified Teacher Status on one of the employment-based routes
now open for September 2024 entry. Applicants with a successful background in
any of the subject
disciplines relevant to the School’s curriculum will be considered.
Government grants are likely to be available in some subject areas. For example, for September 2023 starters, the DfE offered bursaries as follows:
- £27,000 in
chemistry, computing, mathematics and physics
- £25,000 in
geography and languages (including ancient languages)
- £20,000 in
biology and design and technology
- £15,000 in
The School has
a long-established and successful approach to teacher training with a high
percentage of former trainees securing permanent roles in the school post
qualification. With access to our outstanding package of high-quality
continuous professional development and support, many have then progressed quickly
to leadership roles.
Applications will be
considered as they are received . Prospective applicants are welcome to address
any questions they may have to firstname.lastname@example.org.
an equal opportunities employer. Queen Elizabeth’s is a dynamic school
supported by a diverse and enthusiastic community of staff, pupils, parents and
alumni. It is important that our staff reflect the diversity of our community,
and we therefore welcome and encourage applications from people of all genders
and sexual orientation, those from Black, Asian and other minority ethnic
backgrounds, and from those with disabilities.
Queen Elizabeth’s is committed to safeguarding
and promoting the welfare of children.
Applicants must be willing to undergo child protection screening
appropriate to the post, including checks with past employers and the
Disclosure & Barring Service .
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