Vacancies

Vacancies

Wycombe High School seeks passionate teachers and staff who believe in our school’s values; to look beyond the traditional grammar school, to look beyond league tables and exam results, to look beyond stereotypes and conventions, and to look beyond a world where futures are fixed.

Mental Health Lead / School Counsellor

REQUIRED as soon as possible.

Bucks Pay Scale 7, pt 36 – pt 40 £34,202 – £38,039 pro-rata
(actual salary for 37 hours, 39 weeks per annum is £29,400 – £32,698).

Full time, term time only, (plus Inset Days).

39 weeks per annum
Part time hours will also be considered.

KEY DATES:
Deadline for applications
8am Monday 27 September 2021.

Interviews to be held
Thursday 30 September 2021

We are seeking to appoint a Mental Health Lead. The previous post holder has left us after 10 years of excellent service to pursue the next stage of her career. The incumbent will continue to champion the positive mental health of our students and ensure our school remains at the forefront of best practice.

Our Mental Health Lead manages a team of eight counsellors and/or therapists who provide our students with a counselling service for a range of low level mental health needs. They will work with external agencies to gain support for more complex needs.

The successful applicant will identify students in need, provide a range of services to both promote and intervene, analyse data for impact and trends, and develop policies, procedures and plans to further develop our progressive mental health services.

Special Educational Needs Coordinator (SENCo)

REQUIRED FOR JANUARY or SEPTEMBER 2022

Main Pay Scale or Upper Pay Scale

Plus SEN allowance
(Must have QTS)

KEY DATES:
Deadline for applications
MONDAY 11 OCTOBER 2021, 8:00AM

Interviews will take place:
FRIDAY 15 OCTOBER 2021

We are looking for an inspirational teacher to join our outstanding grammar school as our SENCo.

The successful candidate will be supported by an Individual Needs Leader to ensure SEN students achieve their full potential.

He/she will contribute effectively to the development of a positive ethos in which all students have access to a broad, balanced and relevant curriculum. We have a range of SEN needs represented in school, including hearing impairment, visual impair-ment, dyslexia, ASD and ADHD.

The successful candidate will also contribute to the professional development of other staff in relation to SEN students and monitor the effectiveness of teaching in this area.

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Application Forms and Visitor Information
Teaching Staff Application Form 2021 (Word Document)
2nd August, 2021 3:08pm
Teaching Staff
Support Staff Application Form 2021 (Word Document)
2nd August, 2021 3:06pm
Support Staff
Support Staff Application Form 2021
16th April, 2021 10:48am
This form must be completed in full by all candidates.
Teaching Staff Application Form 2021
16th April, 2021 10:47am
This form must be completed in full by all candidates.
Covid-19 Visitor Information
30th March, 2021 12:41pm
Visitor Information Updated September 2021

Applicant Safeguarding Checks

Wycombe High School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.  The successful applicant will be subject to safeguarding checks.

Train as a Mathematics or Physics Teacher from August 2021

We are looking to recruit both career changers and recent graduates to train as mathematics or physics teachers.

Wycombe High School is the Lead School of the National Mathematics & Physics SCITT, a subject specialist, school-centred teacher training programme.

Our Chiltern Hub, led by Wycombe High School and Headington School in Oxford, is recruiting trainee mathematics or physics teachers who will complete a year’s teacher training, on successful completion of which they will be awarded Qualified Teacher Status (QTS), and a PGCE. 

For more information, please visit the NMAP SCITT website: www.nmapscitt.org.uk

The girls are the greatest testament to the work of the school, being avid and engaged learners who are ambitious for the future but show care and consideration for others.

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