NOTRE DAME HIGH SCHOOL, TEACHER OF COMPUTER SCIENCE – 40-50% (2 term fixed appointment)

    Show all

    NOTRE DAME HIGH SCHOOL, TEACHER OF COMPUTER SCIENCE – 40-50% (2 term fixed appointment)

    • Temporary
    • Anywhere
    • Applications have closed.

    Required for January 2022

    Notre Dame High School is an 11-18 highly successful and oversubscribed Roman Catholic school with Academy status.  We are part of the St John the Baptist Catholic MAT.  We are an Outstanding school, one of only 37 EEF Research Schools nationally, and a newly designated Teaching School Hub.

    We are seeking an enthusiastic and committed Teacher of Computer Science to contribute to the work of our innovative computer science department.  This is an exciting opportunity to join a positive, forward-thinking and creative team in a high-achieving, well-resourced department.  The School offers both GCSE and A Level computer science as well as teaching the subject to all students at KS3.  The computer science department has a proven track record of excellent student outcomes.

    Join us at Notre Dame and benefit from:

    • a culture which values respect, honesty and kindness;
    • great training, leading to great professional development and career progression;
    • an outstanding quality of relationship between pupils and teachers, and between pupils themselves;
    • a driven focus on reducing teacher workload.

    For an application form and further details including a job description and person specification, please visit our website at www.ndhs.org.uk

    We are unable to provide sponsorship for this position, so please ensure you have the right to work in the UK before you apply.

    Preliminary visits to the school or discussions regarding the post are welcome by arrangement with the Head of Computer Science, Gerry McCormack. gmccormack@ndhs.org.uk

    Closing date for applications: Monday 6th December 2021 at 12noon
    Interviews: 
    are scheduled for Friday 10th December 2021

    Notre Dame High School welcomes applications from members of minority ethnic communities and those with disabilities.  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.  Enhanced DBS clearance is required for appointment to this post.

    Comments

    Send this to a friend