Overview

Glebelands is a school with many strengths and yet we are constantly looking for ways to improve further. The high quality of teaching and learning is central to the success of the school and underpins the excellent progress students make and the standards they achieve. The teachers at Glebelands believe they can, and do, make a difference to the lives of students they teach so that the young people who pass through this school leave as happy, confident individuals who have developed the skills to lead fulfilling lives and make a positive contribution to society.

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CURRENT OPENINGS



  • Job Title

    Lead Teacher of Science

  • Location

    Cranleigh, Surrey

  • Posted

    1st March 2024

  • Salary

    MPR/UPR, fringe allowance + TLR2

  • Hours

    Full Time

  • Description

    Full Time or Part Time considered Glebelands is seeking to appoint an outstanding, innovative and inspirational teacher to fulfil a key role in the school as a Lead Teacher of Sci ...

  • Job Title

    Teacher of Boys' PE

  • Location

    Cranleigh, Surrey

  • Posted

    1st March 2024

  • Salary

    MPR/UP + fringe allowance

  • Hours

    Full Time

  • Description

    Full Time or Part Time Glebelands School is looking for a teacher of Boys PE who also has the ability to teach Science or Maths. You may already have experience in delivering a se ...

  • Job Title

    Languages 2nd in Department

  • Location

    Cranleigh, Surrey

  • Posted

    1st March 2024

  • Salary

    MPR/UPR, fringe allowance + TLR2

  • Hours

    Full Time

  • Description

    Glebelands is seeking to appoint an outstanding, innovative and inspirational teacher of French and ideally Spanish, with the passion and enthusiasm to fulfil a key role in the sc ...

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Academically the school is organised on a departmental basis. Each department has its own suite of specialist rooms with an attached office and resource area. Tutorial System

There is a strong tutorial system based on year groups. Form tutors normally progress with their groups through the school supported by Heads of School. The tutorial system is responsible for the welfare and personal and social development of individual students and this is facilitated by a programme of Personal and Social Education. Increasingly, tutors are monitoring academic progress and supporting the curriculum through interviews and by target setting, to ensure students reach their potential in all areas of school life.