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Staff Vacancies

Lead Teacher of Religious Studies and PSHCE 

SEN Practitioners/Higher Level Teaching Assistant (HLTA) 

Exam Invigilators  

We are seeking to appoint a Lead Teacher of Religious Studies and PSHCE to join our team in January 2020 and SEN practitioners/HLTA and Exam Invigilators to join our team as soon as possible.

Turing House School is an inspirational new 11-19 secondary school, currently with years 7 to 11. Our first four years have established us as a successful and exceptionally popular school, being oversubscribed with waiting lists for each year group. Last year we were delighted when Ofsted judged as good overall with outstanding leadership and management as well as personal development, behaviour and welfare. The school’s new-build permanent site in Whitton will be ready during the academic year 2020/21, with state of the art facilities. Until then we are based in high quality accommodation on two sites in Teddington and Hampton.

You will join us at an exciting time with our first academic year of GCSE exams, whilst planning and recruiting are underway for our sixth form that opens in 2020, providing a rare opportunity to make a mark on the new school and develop your career with us.

Role Specific Information:

Lead Teacher of Religious Studies and PSHCE

This is an important role in leading these two subjects across the school.

The successful candidates will:

  • be an outstanding teacher with leadership experience or ready for the next stage in their career
  • be an excellent practitioner who leads by example with the ability to teach inspirational lessons across the key stages
  • be confident in teaching Religious Studies and PSHCE from Key Stage 3 to GCSE and ultimately A-Level
  • be an effective and passionate communicator who can inspire and motivate children and adults
  • be able to manage and develop staff and lead change
  • be highly skilled in analysing data and benchmarks to ensure the progress of every student
  • be flexible, dedicated and passionate about delivering exceptional learning experiences and ensuring all students achieve the best possible outcomes
  • share the school’s mission and ethos

We can offer:

  • opportunities for ongoing professional development
  • a professionally-stimulating and supportive working environment
  • smaller classes of 25
  • main pay scale or upper pay scale, depending on experience, with TLR2a

Closing date: Midday 23rd October. Interviews will take place soon after.

SEN Practitioners/HLTA

These are crucial roles designed to support the progress, outcomes and well-being of students with Special Educational Needs, ensuring that they access learning; fulfill their potential, and take part in all aspects of school life. These positions are suited to candidates with an interest in helping children succeed.

The successful candidates will have:

  • experience of working in a school environment or a similar role
  • a willingness to learn (training will be provided)
  • GCSE grade 5 or equivalent passes in English and mathematics
  • excellent written and spoken English
  • the ability to operate as part of a team or individually as required
  • be flexible, committed and resourceful in supporting students to achieve the best possible outcomes
  • excellent interpersonal and organisational skills
  • a strong professional attitude and approach to work
  • share the school’s mission and ethos

 We can offer:

  • on the job training and ongoing professional development
  • opportunity to become a HLTA for suitably qualified/experience candidates
  • a professionally-stimulating and supportive working environment
  • the opportunity to be part of a growing school to develop your career and find your niche

Closing date: Midday 4th November. Interviews will take place w/c 18th November.

Exam Invigilators

This a casual contract to oversee our examinations at particular times in the school year. Includes attendance of team meetings and training events. The role involves setting up examination rooms, ensuring correct exam procedures are followed, distribution and collection of examination papers and monitoring students during the examination period.

The successful candidates will:

  • ideally have previous experience in a school environment or similar role (desirable but not essential, full training will be provided)
  • have good time management skills, be extremely organised and punctual and able to work under pressure
  • have excellent interpersonal and communication skills
  • have strong numeracy and literacy skills
  • enjoy working as part of a busy team as well as on their own initiative
  • be able to deal with sensitive information in a professional manner and understand the importance of confidentiality and safeguarding
  • be flexible and able to adapt quickly to changing operational needs

 We can offer:

  • full on -site training
  • a supportive working environment from dedicated and friendly colleagues
  • opportunities to become Lead Exam Invigilator

There is no closing date and candidates will be contacted when applications are received.

Choosing the right new school to work in is as important to you as choosing the right new staff is for us.

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Shortlisted candidates will be informed of the arrangements by email and telephone.

We reserve the right to interview and appoint prior to the closing date, so we would encourage you to submit your application early.

If you would like to visit the school or have any questions please contact us at: vacancies@turinghouseschool.org.uk or 020 8069 6100. If you are interested in joining our team and do not fit the roles above, please email us at the above address and we will keep in touch.

In common with other RET sponsored schools and academies, staff are employed under the nationally agreed pay and conditions for teachers and school support staff including pension schemes.

We are completely committed to safeguarding the welfare of our students. Appointments will be subject to an enhanced DBS clearance and references. Turing House School is an equal opportunity employer.Those who work for us are expected to share this commitment, which will be fully tested as part of the selection process. Our policies, procedures and practices reflect our commitment to equality and diversity. Individuals will be selected for appointment based purely on their suitability for the post. Appointments will be subject to an enhanced DBS clearance and references.

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In common with other RET sponsored schools and academies, staff are employed under the nationally agreed pay and conditions for teachers and school support staff including pension schemes.

We are completely committed to safeguarding the welfare of our students. Those who work for us are expected to share this commitment, which will be fully tested as part of the selection process. Our policies, procedures and practices reflect our commitment to equality and diversity. Individuals will be selected for appointment based purely on their suitability for the post. Appointments will be subject to an enhanced DBS clearance and references.

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