apply to work at Brighton Hill Community School?
- Exceptional support from the Science faculty and the Senior Leadership
- “The recent improvements in the
school have increased staff morale.
High-quality training and development for all staff is effective.” (Ofsted)
- Staff feel proud of their
school and their contribution to pupils’ academic and personal
- “Leadership support, decisiveness
in action and approachability has resulted in staff feeling highly valued and
empowered as professionals.” (Local
Authority Inspection Report, 2021)
- “In all aspects of life within
Brighton Hill Community School, there is a culture and ethos of ‘people first’
and high expectations through a calm, well-managed environment, that is
constantly modelled by leadership with relentless pursuit in maintaining the
embodiment of the vision.” (Local Authority Inspection Report, 2021)
- The opportunity to innovate and develop your professional skills, with
our bespoke CPD programme.
Due to rapidly increasing student numbers, we are seeking an innovative, highly effective and inspirational full or part-time Teacher of Science from January 2023. A recruitment allowance will be considered for an appropriately experienced teacher who has the right skills and attributes.
Brighton Hill Community School has recently been rated as ‘Good’ by Ofsted and is a rapidly improving coeducational 11-16 Community School with 1100 students. You will teach across Biology, Chemistry & Physics at both KS3 & 4, as well as a range of abilities to make a significant positive contribution to the vision of the school.
We are committed to safeguarding children and promoting the welfare of students and expect all staff to share this commitment. The successful candidate will be subject to DBS and other employment checks.
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