Vacancies

The following opportunities are currently available:

 

    TLR3 opportunity available for suitable candidate
    ‘Raising the achievements of disadvantaged students in maths’.

    Teacher of Mathematics

    Blythe Bridge High School & Sixth Form, a Foundation Trust School are seeking to appoint a skilled, dynamic Teacher of mathematics to join our committed and talented department. The successful candidate will be well-qualified and have the vision and energy to inspire and motivate young people.

    ‘Leaders and Governors set high expectations for students and staff and are establishing an ambitious culture in the school where all are expected to achieve well’. ‘The strong support provided for individual students, and groups of students, ensures that their academic and pastoral needs are met well.’ Ofsted 2016.

    With over 70 teaching staff and approximately 40 support staff we are committed to continuous professional development to ensure that we provide the highest possible standard of education for students in the school and staff feel valued, which is reflected in our vision of learning through leadership to sustain improvement, foster creativity and innovation and embed shared values and responsibility.

    The closing date for this position is Friday 8th June, 3pm.
     

  • Teacher of Mathematics Job Description
  • Teacher of Mathematics Person Specification

     


     

    Lunchtime Supervisor

    Grade 2 £7.20 p/h

    We have a vacancy in school for a Lunchtime Supervisor post. Duty time is 1pm – 2pm.

    ‘Behaviour around the school indicates that pupils demonstrate respect, courtesy and good manners.’ Ofsted 2016.

    Application packs are available from the school reception 01782 392519 or from the school website and should be returned to Mrs W Keeble, Business & Operations Manager.

     


     

    Application packs are available by email from the Headteacher’s PA office@bb-hs.co.uk or the school website www.bb-hs.co.uk.

    This school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people/vulnerable adults and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.

    This position is subject to an Enhanced Disclosure check under the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974. Further details regarding this check are available from schools or by visiting www.homeoffice.gov.uk/dbs.