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  • Job Title

    Engagement Leader

  • Location


  • Posted

    9th September 2021

  • Salary

    £12,515-£14,921 (see advert)

  • Hours

    Term Time

  • Description

    Engagement Leader Closing Date: Wednesday 30th September at midday Contract/Hours: Permanent, 30 hours / Term time Available to: Associate Staff Salary Details: WA3 FTE £17,457 - ...


"Proud to belong...proud to achieve"


“It is my pleasure to welcome you to Woolmer Hill. It is my belief that Woolmer Hill School provides a first rate education for young people founded upon our strong and supportive school community. It is a fabulous place to grow and learn.” Clare Talbot (Headteacher)

We always welcome interest from teachers and associate staff who are interested in joining Woolmer Hill School. If you dont see a position advertised that is suitable for you at the moment please click here to join our talent pool and we will contact you as and when something suitable arises.

If you would like to visit the school for a tour then please contact the Headteacher's PA, Geraldine Keeley,  using the e-mail link or call us on (01428) 654055


School Information

“Students’ behaviour in lessons and around the school is exemplary. They are kind and respectful towards each other, their teachers and visitors”
“The atmosphere in school is one of calm purpose and enjoyment of learning” 
OFSTED, January 2018

Woolmer Hill is a successful 11-16 mixed comprehensive school based on a wonderful 25 acre site on the outskirts of Haslemere on the Surrey, West Sussex and Hampshire borders. The school attracts students from a wide area including Thursley, Grayshott, Beacon Hill, Chiddingfold, Grayswood, Hindhead, Liphook and Churt, as well as Haslemere itself. We are a growing, over-subscribed and friendly school with a strong and supportive community spirit and inclusive ethos. We have high expectations of all members of our school community.

We have an inclusive approach to educating the whole person, based upon an ethos of mutual respect and active involvement in all aspects of school life. We believe that all members of our school community should be challenged to achieve their full potential. We place a great deal of emphasis on developing independent, life-long learners and work closely with our post-16 partners to ensure that our students have the qualities necessary to succeed in post-16 settings and beyond to university and the workplace. Our students are a wonderful group of young people to work with.

It is important to us that the views and contributions of our students are valued and that they are involved in decisions that affect their school. We have an active House Council and student leadership group, who meet regularly to discuss whole-school matters or to lead their own projects.

We have a House system with four houses, through which we encourage competition in a wider variety of academic, sporting and fun competitions each term. The Houses are led by student House Captains, which affords another great opportunity for student leadership.

We make maximum use of the exceptional resources available to us on the site, including our 25 acre grounds and The Edge sports centre with its large multi-purpose sports’ hall and two flood lit all-weather pitches. The Edge also has fitness suites, a dance studio, an indoor hockey pitch as well as basketball and badminton courts.

Since April 2017 we have been a member of the Weydon Multi Academy Trust (WMAT), which is providing further opportunities for students, and gives staff many opportunities for collaboration. WMAT consists of Woolmer Hill School, Weydon School, The Ridgeway, Farnham Heath End School and The Abbey, with each school contributing its own strengths to the partnership.

We are also an active member of the Waverley Federation which includes ourselves, Broadwater, Glebelands and Rodborough schools working in partnership with Godalming College. This partnership allows our students to access a range of vocationally related courses at KS4 that the Federation procures from a number of centres including Godalming College and Farnborough College.

The Waverley Federation also supports students in Key Stages 3 and 4 through the STAR project. This is a project that is intended to support students who struggle with the demands of full-time school based programmes and offers a range of courses and experiences aimed at supporting them to integrate back into mainstream education later in their educational careers.

We offer a wide range of subjects taught by specialist teachers with specialist resources. We organize our curriculum in order to maximise opportunities for our students and ensure a broad and balanced three-year KS3 curriculum. We are organised on a faculty basis with English, Mathematics, and Science at the core.

The vast majority of our Year 11 students, continue with full-time education at Sixth Form level, with many going to Godalming or Alton Colleges.  Other students pursue their studies at the colleges in Farnham and Guildford.

The staff are the most important resource in any school and at Woolmer Hill we have an excellent staff team and both teachers and associate staff make a valuable contribution to the life of the school. The quality of teaching is very good and we work hard to make the experience for the students in the classroom the best that it can be. Teachers are supported by curriculum support staff and technicians. The Admin team encompasses a broad range of administrative roles that enable us to function efficiently as an Academy without over-burdening teachers with administrative tasks. All staff are generous in their use of free time to support individual students, events and activities outside the classroom.

Our school is also well supported by the parents who meet as the Friends of Woolmer Hill (FOWH) to raise money for the students and organise social activities.  Quiz nights, fairs and raffles are regularly offered for everybody. 

We are a member of the i2i Partnership programme based at Weydon School. This is an innovative partnership that provides CPD and career development opportunities for our teaching staff across the partnership.

We are a successful school and achieve high standards across the board, and our core subjects of English and Mathematics area strength of the school. Our Ofsted report in January 2018 confirmed that we are a good school, and highlighted many strengths of the school. We acknowledge that there is always more to be done and we constantly work hard to develop and improve both opportunities and outcomes for all of our students. We have high expectations of anyone who joins our team, but are in no doubt that the professional and personal rewards for those who work with our students are many.

Surrey schools are well known for their standard of academic excellence.  Woolmer Hill is no exception.

Visit our web site for more information or visit us to see the school in action.

Clare Talbot


Weydon Multi Academy Trust

Stronger together; sharing practice, innovation and excellence.

As a Trust we celebrate our fourth birthday on the April 1, 2021. We are currently seven schools: four mainstream secondaries, together with three special schools. We believe passionately that as a family of schools we can provide a better standard of education than if we were in isolation and working on our own. We are stronger together!

During the last three years, we have increased the number of students in our academies by over 17%. All of our academies are now oversubscribed with over 3500 students and 500 staff.

 As a result of our success, we have gained over 7.3 million pounds of extra capital funding since the Trust was formed three years ago. A stunning endorsement.

 All of our secondaries are on an upward three-year trend for GCSE performance. Our special schools are very successful in ensuring that the students live a fulfilled and independent life after leaving school. All our academies are joyous places full of laughter and positivity.

 We improve more rapidly as a group of schools in a Trust than if we were a school on our own in an isolated position. We have achieved this rapid improvement by bringing staff and students together in a variety of forums, networks and groups to share ideas innovation and excellence. Our staff and students learn together as well as socialise together. This rapid improvement is not achieved at the expense of any school losing its own unique identity or its position within its community. Our academies have no ambition to all be the same. They are different in activities and context, but we share the same values and vision for our staff and students. Each academy is a creative force in its own right.

The Staff are incredibly dedicated and highly professional. It is an inspirational organisation, with outstanding facilities. Our salaries at least match national pay scales, and we offer additional staff benefits and excellent training.

For more details visit our website


Working for us

If you're searching for your next teaching post, why not contact us now? You'll be working at a great school and be part of a friendly, helpful team. We're always interested to hear from enthusiastic, committed teachers - send us your CV now via our School Talent Pool and say what sort of role you're looking for. By joining our School Talent Pool we'll know you're interested in working here when a future vacancy occurs

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Our Vision and Aims

Our Vision

To offer a high standard of education which prepares our pupils to be highly motivated, responsible and well qualified young adults. We challenge all members of the school community to ‘be the best that they can be’.

Our Aims

We aim to:

  • provide all pupils with a broad and balanced curriculum experience
  • ensure that we always have high expectations of our pupils
  •  ensure high quality, challenging learning experiences for all pupils
  • celebrate all our successes and achievements
  • foster caring and friendly relationships
  •  ensure that everyone counts and everyone achieves

“Students have an engagingly positive attitude to learning. They are articulate, responsive and mutually supportive.”

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Local Area

HASLEMERE is situated on the Surrey/Sussex/Hampshire borders. It has excellent road (44 miles via the A3) and rail links (Waterloo approximately 55 minutes) to London and Heathrow and Gatwick Airports (via the A3/M25) are approximately 40 miles away with the south coast being just over 20 miles distant. The Town is protected by the hills of Hindhead, Blackdown and Marley, the majority of which is National Trust owned. Haslemere provides day-to-day shopping facilities along with many boutique and specialist shops, a variety of bars, restaurants and coffee houses, churches of the principal denominations and schooling, both state and private. The Herons and The Edge Leisure Centres offer a wide selection of recreational facilities and golf can be enjoyed nearby at Liphook, Hindhead and Chiddingfold. The Georgian Hotel and Lythe Hill Hotel provide spa facilities in the Town and Champneys Forest Mere and Grayshott Spa are nearby. For more information please go to

More extensive shopping facilities are available at the nearby towns of Farnham and Guildford. There are numerous beauty spots within easy reach to include The Devil's Punch Bowl, Ludshott Common and Frensham ponds.