Teacher of History
Salary range: Between £24,193 and £40,193
Pay details: MPS1 - UPS3
Start date: 1st September 2019
History Teacher Pay Scale MPS1-UPS3 The Priory School is a thriving learning community, which seeks to appoint a teacher of History. We are looking for an innovative and passionate teacher who can inspire students to develop our core values of Responsibility, Respect and Resilience. We will provide you with the right balance of support, challenge and stimulation for both job satisfaction and career development. The Priory School:
- actively promotes staff wellbeing;
- has happy disciplined students who are eager to achieve their best;
- is a school that is committed to innovation and excellence;
- is oversubscribed; and
- is situated on an attractive greenbelt campus on the outskirts of Hitchin.
Please contact the Headteacher’s PA Emma Sangster if you would like to visit the school or discuss the position with the Headteacher. Application forms can be downloaded from the vacancy section of The Priory School website via the button below. The closing date is Monday 25th February by 5pm. Interviews will take place on Thursday 28th February.
Closing date: 5pm Monday 25th February 2019
Interview date: Thursday 28th February 2019
We are an oversubscribed 11-18 co-educational Foundation School with over 1,100 students on role. The school is part of the Post 16 Hitchin consortium with over 600 students. The school is situated in the greenbelt on a 27-acre site with ample parking. The market town of Hitchin is a highly sought-after destination with excellent local amenities and transport links. Central London and Cambridge are all within 30 minutes’ travel by rail and our nearest airport is 20 minutes by road. At The Priory School we aim to embed our core values of Responsibility, Respect and Resilience by delivering outstanding learning opportunities and building meaningful relationships with our stakeholders. In our last Ofsted inspection the school was praised for creating ‘a highly inclusive school, where there are consistently high expectations of what all pupils can achieve’. We have created a learning environment that raises students’ aspirations and promotes academic achievement where ‘pupils feel they belong, regardless of race, religion or sexuality’. New colleagues will be provided with the right balance of support, challenge and stimulation for both job satisfaction and career development.Educating students for success in life
For more information and to apply online visit our website via the button below.