Will consider full-time, part-time, job share
£25,714 - £41,604 (Teachers' Main / Upper Pay Scale) + TLR2 (1) £2,873
We wish to appoint from September 2021 a well-qualified, enthusiastic and committed Head of Spanish who is able to offer a second language at Key Stage 3. The post is full-time (or 0.8 part time) and permanent. We could consider part-time candidates on a job share basis. The position would suit an experienced teacher.
This is an excellent opportunity to join one of Oxfordshire’s largest and most successful schools judged ‘Outstanding by OFSTED in the latest inspection. Effective administrative systems support the two sites. Students are well-behaved and motivated, and there is a strong sense of community in Thame, with a committed parent support base.
Teaching and Learning Responsibility TLR2 (1) £2,873
The school offers pay and conditions of service set out in the current School Teachers’ Pay and Conditions Document and Teachers' Pension Scheme (TPS).
Applying for the job
Please visit our website for an application form.
Please apply using the Teacher Application Form on our website and include a covering letter.
In your letter you should:
State why you are interested in the post
Identify and explain which aspects of the job description would match your skills and experience.
You may also choose to include details of your particular interests.
Completed applications should be sent to email@example.com
Contact number for telephone enquiries: 01844 210621
The closing date for receipt of applications in the school is 9am on Monday 19th April.
If you need these documents in an accessible format, please contact the school.
2143 pupils enrolled
11 to 18
About Lord Williams's School
Lord Williams’s School is a thriving and popular comprehensive school serving the Thame community and its surrounding rural area. We are a split-site school, with Years 7 – 9 on the Lower School site at Towersey Road and Years 10 – 13 on the Upper School site at Oxford Road. We pay particular attention to each individual student by promoting their personal, social and educational development to enable all to achieve at the highest level possible. As a result of our continuing success, Lord Williams’s School is consistently oversubscribed.
We promote high quality teaching and learning. We attract talented, committed and conscientious teachers who produce stimulating and challenging learning activities helped by experienced support staff. Teamwork is a key feature of our work.
We are an inclusive school; we cater for all abilities and we provide access for all students. This is reflected in our work with the more able, with students with a range of learning and other difficulties and in our admissions policy for the Sixth Form.
The school has excellent teaching facilities on both sites with accommodation that is suited to the demands of the curriculum.