Teacher of English
Post: 12 Month/fixed term contract required for September 2019 or a later start date will be considered for the right candidate
This is an outstanding opportunity for an enthusiastic, committed and talented Teacher of English to join a friendly, supportive, innovative and forward-thinking school.
Queen Elizabeth High School is nestled in rural Herefordshire, in the town of Bromyard, a thriving community, close to both Hereford and Worcester, so we are lucky enough to enjoy the quiet countryside and stunning surroundings whilst being within easy reach of all the major transport networks. This may be why our school is big enough to make a real difference, whilst also being small enough to care, for all our students. It is therefore incredibly important to us to invest wisely in our students and staff, through working collaboratively, sharing ideas and supporting each other so that we can achieve great things. This means we are committed to further developing the innovative teaching and learning strategies in our school and are confident that an exciting future awaits us. Is this a journey you would like to learn more about and be part of?
We welcome applications from both experienced teachers and NQT’s (full induction and mentoring package for NQT’s). We strongly encourage interested parties to contact
Mr M Farmer, Headteacher for an informal chat or to arrange a visit around the school.
Queen Elizabeth High School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. You will be subject to a Disclosure and Barring Service Check at Enhanced Level along with other standard pre-employment checks.
Please note that only applications submitted on Queen Elizabeth High School application forms will be considered and we do not accept CVs.
Closing date for applications: Friday 14th June at 12 noon
Interviews to be held on: Wednesday 19th June 2019
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