Head of Department

Recruiter
HATCH END HIGH SCHOOL
Location
Cornwall
Salary
2640.00 - 6450.00 GBP Annual + ) dependent on experience
Posted
10 Sep 2017
Expires
08 Oct 2017
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

HEAD OF COMPUTER SCIENCE DEPARTMENT

MPS/UPS (Outer London)

TLR2 GBP2,640 - GBP6,450 (Dependent on experience)

Hatch End High School is a high performing, innovative Academy in Harrow with a large and very successful Sixth Form. We are extremely proud of our diverse and multi-ethnic cohort and outstanding reputations for Inclusion and academic achievement. Standards and progress are high but we are never complacent. Our school ethos, WE CARE: Co-operation, Ambition, Respect, Excellence, underpins everything we do.

Computer Science has a strong profile in the school from Key Stage 3 - Key Stage 5 and has been very successful in the transition to the new more challenging curriculum. In addition to A Level, BTEC ICT Level 3 is offered in the Sixth Form.

We are looking for an enthusiastic Computer Science specialist who will lead this critical subject. The school has invested in a programme of iPads and places great emphasis on the role of new technologies in transforming learning. The opportunity to teach Mathematics or other relevant subject would be available to an interested candidate.

Full support will be available via an outstanding professional development programme for aspiring leaders to develop their career further.

The successful candidate will have the ability to embrace the inclusive culture and ethos of the school. A strong commitment to raising achievement and standards is required along with an informed and creative approach to curriculum delivery.

Application forms are available on our website together with the job description and person specification or email via the button below for an application pack.

Closing date: Noon, Thursday 28 th September 2017

Start date: January 2018

Hatch End High School is an equal opportunities employer. This school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. All posts working in schools are subject to an enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check and written references.