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.
Required April 2024
Part-time 39 weeks
Bucks Pay Scale 4, point 21 – point 25 currently £26,477 –
£28,645 pro-rata for term time only, plus Inset Days.
For 22 hours per week over 39 weeks per annum, the actual
annual salary is £13,410 – £14,508
Hours: 08:30 – 16:30, with a 16:00 finish on Friday.
Ideally, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday would be preferred.
Deadline for applications 9.00am Thursday 21 March 2024
Interviews will take place week commencing 25 March 2024
Wycombe High School is seeking to appoint someone with recent experience of working as a counsellor for children/young people aged 11-18. Knowledge or experience of working in an educational environment would be desirable but is not essential. The successful candidate will provide a caring and supportive environment, where concerns can be explored safely. This will involve working with a diverse range of issues
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.
We are recruiting 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. We also offer an Engineers Teach Physics Programme designed to train people with engineering or material science degrees to become Physics teachers.
Our Chiltern Hub, led by Wycombe High School and Headington School in Oxford, is recruiting trainee Mathematics, Physics teachers who can choose to complete a year’s full-time teacher training or two years part-time teacher training based in schools in both the state and independent sector. On successful completion they will be awarded Qualified Teacher Status (QTS), and a PGCE.
For more information, please visit the NMAP SCITT website: www.beateacher.co.uk