We are looking to appoint a self-motivated, innovative and exceptional teacher of Design & Technology who has the necessary ambition and expertise to play a key part in the future success of the School. This is an exciting post for an excellent practitioner and offers an outstanding opportunity for potential future career development (over 70% of leadership positions have been appointed from internal progression in the last 5 years). The role provides the perfect opportunity for a candidate new to teaching and wishing to take their first career step within a small and supportive environment or, for more experienced candidates, it will provide the potential opportunity to take on middle leadership opportunities in the future.
Retention & Recruitment bonus negotiable
Applying for the job
Applicants should send to school
• A fully completed application form,
• A letter of application identifying how your knowledge, skills and experience meet the requirements of the Person Specification; and how you will contribute to making Hadlow Rural Community School an outstanding place of learning.
Letters should be addressed to the Headteacher and presented on no more than 2 sides of A4, font size 11. Please send this to: Niall.McGuinness@hrcschool.org
Hadlow Rural Community School (HRCS) opened in September 2013 and offers a unique educational opportunity to students in Hadlow itself and across the wider local area. It is situated on the 630-acre campus of Hadlow College.
Hadlow Rural Community School is a popular, oversubscribed School with a current roll of 400 students. The School has recently relocated to a £7million new build and has developed a strong reputation both locally and beyond for enabling its young people to excel and flourish; providing an exciting, vibrant and dynamic experience in academic and land based vocational studies. The school is heavily oversubscribed and has, for the last three years, achieved the highest percentage of applications for Year 7 places, for non-selective schools, across the entirety of Kent.