Teacher of Computer Science
Suitable for NQT or experienced staff
Required for January 2020 – Or sooner
We’d like you to get to know us as well as participating in interview activities. Candidates invited for interview will be provided with an opportunity to tour the school and meet the staff they will be working with. The appointment procedure will be based on the following activities:
• Shortlisting based upon skills and experience that meet the person specification and job description
• Suitable References and safeguarding checks occurring prior to, during and after the interview process.
• Lesson Observation and discussion/reflection meeting;
• Interview panel if calibre of teaching and reflection is good, in line with the experience of the candidate and our Harlington values.
You must complete a Harlington School or TES – linked application form, with no gaps or omissions.
Please also complete a short letter of application explaining why you would like to work at Harlington School, the talents and experience you will bring to the role, and what impact you’ve had in your most recent role to date. We do not accept CV’s, and references are requested immediately after shortlisting.
Gaps in employment history will be explored with you at interview, and we ask that you bring copies of your qualification certification with you – thank you.
Harlington School is committed to safeguarding and protecting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. All job offers are provisional until such time as the school has undertaken appropriate safeguarding checks and is satisfied that successful candidates are suitable to work with children and young people.
About Harlington School
Ethos & Values
Harlington School’s ambition is to offer its students the best possible educational opportunities. We are a mixed, non-selective school for students between 11 and 19 years old. We expect our students to leave Harlington School with the confidence and qualifications to enable them to move onto university or a career of their choice.
To do this we:
• Have high expectations of commitment to learning from students, staff and parents.
• Have high expectations of conduct.
• Provide a safe, caring environment where respect and for others are taught and valued.
• Provide high quality teaching.
• Provide a curriculum that meets the needs of all students, whatever their ability.
• Provide a range of extra-curricular activities.
• Provide regular, careful review and assessment of every student’s progress and needs and tailored support for each child.
• Involve parents in every aspect of their child’s education and emotional well-being whilst at school.