Contract Type: Part Time
Job Start Date: 2019-01-07
Salary: Competitive
School Type:
Independent Senior
School Size: 451-1000
School Age Range: 4-18
Pupil Gender: Female
Address: Nottingham Girls’ High School 9 Arboretum Street Nottingham NG1 4JB
Ofsted Ranking: Not yet rated


We are looking to appoint a well-qualified, enthusiastic graduate with a passion for teaching and learning to join this thriving and popular department.

The successful candidate will teach Spanish to A-Level and French to KS3 throughout the Senior School. Both are highly popular and successful subjects. The ability to teach Latin at KS3 would be welcomed, however it is not a requirement.

We are a forward-looking school, offering a strong professional development programme and a friendly and supportive working environment. We offer a competitive salary and benefits, excellent facilities and ICT resources.

For further information about this position and an application form please click on the apply button.  Fully completed application forms should be emailed to Netty Cox, HR Officer at by 23 September 2018.

Interviews will take place on Thursday 11 October 2018

We are committed to the safeguarding of children and child protection screening will apply to this post.


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About Nottingham Girls' High School

Nottingham Girls' High School is an independent day school for girls situated just north of Nottingham city centre. The school was founded in 1875 and is part of the Girls' Day School Trust.

We know – and research has proven – that girls and boys learn differently and mature at different rates. Over many years, we’ve seen first hand that an all-girls environment allows our pupils to be the best they can be. It means that everything, from teaching styles to pastoral care, the range of sports to the school musical, is designed with girls in mind.

Leadership skills are particularly important to us. Our girls are given opportunities to lead throughout their time here, in roles from Form Representative to Head Girl. These experiences build confidence and skills that will be remembered and used long after our girls leave school.