- No, visa sponsorship not available
- Key stage 3, Key stage 4
- View all Full timejobs - Your hours of work shall be in accordance with the School Teachers’ Pay and Conditions Document as amended from time to time. Full time teachers are required to be available for work for up to 1265 hours of directed time over 195 days.
- DMAT M1 £28,282 - UPR3 £44,121
What skills and experience we're looking for
Qualified teacher status
Proven willingness and capacity for hard work.
A personality to merit the respect of students and to encourage their active
involvement in the learning process, in and out of lessons.
A good communicator being able to build successful relationships with all groups of students and staff.
Highly competent in the use of ICT.
Highly motivated, clear thinking and principled.
Committed to equality of opportunity.
What the school offers its staff
to develop in role and promotion for staff with the zest and desire to progress
in their career.
opportunity to work with amazing young people and colleagues who are passionate
about what they do.
happy school; relationships are very strong between staff and students.
‘can do’ team ethos in departments and across the school.
non-contact ratio than most schools. MPR staff teach 42 out of 50 lessons
across a two week time-table, ECTs teach 38.
well-being and work-life balance are extremely important to us. All staff are
part of a health insurance scheme, having access to a range of support from
external agencies and a free flu vaccination. We are always reviewing and
seeking to add additional benefits for staff.
- A fabulous modern and light working environment on a
spacious site with on-site parking and rail and bus links close by.
will be working alongside people who are at the forefront of educational
development, nationally and internationally. We are proud to be one of only 39 Research Schools in the country.
have a rich programme of CPD activities happening across the school that will
allow you to engage at a level that suits you.
are keen to develop staff as leaders and there are a variety of programmes and
opportunities to support this.
take a pragmatic approach to feedback / marking focussing on what is most
useful and manageable.
student reports are not lengthy sections of prose; they are grades.
graded lesson observations.
- Our ECT Induction Programme and Appraisal programme is based on professional growth
South Downs School Centre for Initial Teaching Training (SCITT) is a great
addition to our trust and there are opportunities for staff to work with the
SCITT and trainees.
Commitment to safeguarding
Durrington High School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of all children and young people. We support all staff and volunteers through regular training and expect everyone working at the school to be proactive and adhere to our Safeguarding and Child Protection Policy at all times.
In addition to the statutory pre-employment checks, all appointments are subject to an enhanced DBS check, a safeguarding background check and interview.
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