Contract Type: Full Time
Role:
Head of Department
Job Start Date: 2020-09-01
Salary: Excellent, Depending on Experience
School Type:
Independent Preparatory
School Size: 451-1000
School Age Range: 3-13
Pupil Gender: Mixed
Address: Wood Hall Park, Watton-at-Stone, Hertford, Hertfordshire SG14 3NG
Ofsted Ranking: Independent School

Overview

Head of Maths

Heath Mount is a leading IAPS day and boarding Preparatory School with over 480 pupils aged 3 to 13. Established in 1817, our School is a vibrant and forward-thinking co-educational environment located within the beautiful Woodhall Estate in Hertfordshire.

We are seeking Maths Specialists and a Head of Girls Games to join our outstanding departments.

We are currently recruiting for a Head of Maths and an additional Maths teacher. Candidates are invited to apply for one or both roles.

We are also looking to recruit a Head of Girls Games. The Head of Girl’s Games, working alongside our Director of Sport, would have overall responsibility for the organisation and development of all girl’s sport, including matches from Reception to Year 8.

All positions are available from September 2020.

Further details and an Application Form can be downloaded from www.heathmount.org

The closing date for all applications is 9.00am, Friday 28th February for all roles, with interviews on Friday 6th March for the maths roles and Tuesday, 10th March for the Head of Girls Games.

Please complete the application form and return to HR@heathmount.org

Tagged as: , , ,

About Heath Mount School

Heath Mount is a thriving, independent coeducational pre-prep and prep school for children aged from 3 to 13. Our school is set on 40 acres within the idyllic Woodhall Park estate, near Ware and Hertford. Pupils at Heath Mount school enjoy an education at one of the oldest prep schools in the country, and our strong traditional approach to academic excellence is combined with a forward-thinking approach to learning.

Mission Statement

Heath Mount School aims to provide a friendly and nurturing environment which promotes well-being. It seeks to uncover and develop potential whilst maintaining a balance with traditional childhood experiences. The School wishes its pupils to develop self-confidence, self-discipline, and a strong values system.