- Job role
Suitable for early career teachers
- Working pattern
- Will consider full time, part time, term time
- Contract type
- Main/Upper Pay Range
We are looking for someone with excellent subject knowledge, who is able to respond positively and creatively to the expectations of the subject and has the ability to enthuse students.
Science is a very high performing department, achieving amongst the best results in the County. This success is a result of a keen focus on progress and developing a love of Science for all students.
The successful candidate must have good organisation and communication skills and embrace school life.
An interest and/or ability to teacher Computing/Information Technology alongside Science would be considered.
John Hanson is a successful 11-16 community school, rated as Good by OFSTED. Our students are friendly and confident, and we strive to ensure that they achieve the success they deserve.
A school where ‘Pupils work hard and find the work really challenging’. A school where ‘there are strong systems in place that support pupils in reaching the highest grades’ - Ofsted 2018.
If you are an ECT, we have a successful ECT induction program providing full support. ECTs will be paid from the 1st July if available for an early start date.
Applying for the job
We welcome informal conversations with the Headteacher, and encourage you to come and visit our school and meet our staff and students. In all circumstances, please contact Karen Page (Business Manager) for further details and an application form, 01264 352546 or email email@example.com
- School type
- Local authority maintained school, ages 11 to 16
- Education phase
- School size
- 983 pupils enrolled
- Age range
- 11 to 16
About John Hanson Community School
Thank you for your interest in John Hanson Community School. We will be pleased to receive applications from well-qualified and enthusiastic staff who feel they can contribute to the high standards and ethos of the school. This document does not form part of the terms and conditions, but aims to give you more information about the town, the school, the advertised role, its context and an introduction to the students you could be working with.
Education changes lives and we are privileged to work with young people during the most important time in their lives: their childhood. Education is about opportunity and that is what all young people need, and as a school we pride ourselves in supporting young people build their confidence. We believe that young people have great things to offer and the school aims to give them the opportunity to discover their potential. They benefit from a positive, engaging, supportive environment and we aim to make a difference. Positive role models are vitally important and it falls to the larger school community to provide these. We want to inspire a new generation filled with a generosity of spirit and a determination to make things better for themselves and our community.
John Hanson Community School will inspire all students to rise to the opportunities of the future and achieve their potential, by promoting emotional resilience, social confidence and academic success.
Our first priority is safeguarding children. The school is exempted under the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 and as such any offer of employment will be conditional upon the receipt of a satisfactory response to a check of police records via Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS). The school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.
John Hanson is a comprehensive community school for students aged 11 – 16. There are currently 980 students on roll; the teaching establishment is around 50 teachers, 55 support staff and a strong sense of community. The Leadership team are totally committed to the principles of comprehensive education and providing the very best learning experience we can for each individual. It is the school’s role to ensure that all students and staff are supported to reach their full potential.
The school can trace its origins back to 1569 with the foundation of Andover Grammar School. In the 1970s the grammar school became a comprehensive school and was renamed John Hanson School after an original benefactor of the Grammar School. In 2002 the school relocated to a greenfield site towards the outskirts of Andover, very close to the A303.