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The Ferrers Specialist Arts College
Superb Opportunity
Queensway, Higham Ferrers
Northants, NN10 8LF
For enthusiastic Maths
Principal: Dr Rosemary Litawski
& English teachers
Tel: 01933 313411
(primary/secondary)
Fax: 01933 410755
IT Support Officer
to help students aged
Headteacher Rob Thomas
www.theferrers.northants.sch.uk
required for July 2009
5-16 in a fun, relaxed
e-mail: head@theferrers.northants.sch.uk
& friendly N. London
Required for September 2009 Principal: Dr R Litawski
Merchiston Castle School is an HMC boarding school for boys aged 8-18,
tuition centre.
with 450 pupils and is ideally situated in a parkland setting on the outskirts of
Edinburgh. Applications are welcome from well qualified candidates with the
TEACHER OF MATHS
The following full-time dynamic, well-qualified and
enthusiastic teachers are required for September
ability to maintain the School’s IT infrastructure and support a highly effective
learning and teaching environment.
QTS (Including Inner London Allowance)
2009. The Ferrers is an 11-18 College of 1100
Visit our website www.merchiston.co.uk for full details of this exciting
(Ref TH/09)
students, situated in a pleasant rural market
opportunity and details of how to apply, or call 0131 312 2203. Generous rates &  exi hours.
town and is set in an attractive campus with Applications close at 5pm on Friday 22 May 2009.
Email CV to:
Roll 1650 including a Sixth Form of over 450 superb facilities. Ofsted [March 2007] describe
info@afterschoollearning.com
the College as “a good school with outstanding
The post is subject to an Enhanced Disclosure. Merchiston Castle School is committed to
or call 020 8440 8586 for details
We wish to appoint an energetic and innovative teacher of Maths
features”. We are a Specialist Arts College, an ITT,
equality and diversity and is a charity registered in Scotland: SCO16580
www.afterschoollearning.com
to join a well established, well resourced and successful faculty.
and an International School. As a Training School
The faculty employs a range of dynamic learning styles and is
committed to innovative curriculum development.
newly qualified teachers benefit from the College’s
package of continuous professional development,
"Seeking excellence, success &
The successful candidate will be required to teach across the
receive a reduced timetable and a laptop computer.
oppo
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age and ability range up to and including A level. Applications Newly qualified teachers are welcome to apply.
where students and learning come first”
are welcome from both newly qualified and more experienced
teachers. In KS3 we are currently using SMP Interact whilst
• History Teacher
developing a cross-curricular programme of study for use in Yr
• Boys PE Teacher
A fully inclusive school in the heart of the redeveloping Docklands region of East London
7. AT KS4 we follow Edexcel 1380 (Linear). Maths is a popular
choice at AS and A2 level where we offer Further Maths, both of
• Student Progress Leader [TLR2C £5,920]
Head Teacher Joan Deslandes MA
which also follow the Edexcel syllabus.
• ICT Teacher
• Media Studies Teacher
Identified as a School that is ‘Good with Outstanding Features’ by OFSTED in March 2008,
Thomas Tallis is a high achieving community school in • Modern Foreign Languages - Curriculum
Kingsford provides a solid infrastructure of support and care for all staff.
Greenwich and is consistently oversubscribed. It is an 11-19
Leader [TLR1B £8611]
mixed comprehensive and is a specialist Arts College and
Leading Edge school and has recently been designated as one
Please telephone the College to request details and
Science Teacher, to commence September 09
of 30 National Schools of Creativity. There are two thriving

specialist on-site units supporting deaf and hearing impaired
an application form, or these may be downloaded Main Scale, plus Inner London Allowance
students and those with speech and language difficulties. We
from the College website
have a culturally rich and diverse community. In our last Ofsted
www.theferrers.northants.sch.uk. This vibrant 11-16 school with a roll of 1500 has excellent facilities in all subject areas. The school has
visit in May 2007, we were described as a good school with
achieved a range of nationally accredited awards.
outstanding features.
We are seeking a well qualified, innovative and enthusiastic Science Teacher to assist within our
All candidates are subject to full Safer Recruitment procedures
Science Learning Area.
as laid down by the DCSF.
Prospective applicants are welcome to visit the school in person
or via our Website.
For an application form and full details please contact Thomas
SecEd
We are looking to appoint someone who: • is a talented, dynamic and ambitious teacher, who can build
on the success of the Learning Area • has experience of teaching Science at KS3 and KS4 • can inspire
and lead high quality teaching and learning • can engage pupils of all abilities • has a track record of
raising standards.
Tallis School, Kidbrooke Park Road, London, SE3 9PX
The ONLY weekly voice for secondary education This post is open to both experienced and newly qualified teachers.
Telephone 020 8856 6268
Or visit our Website www.thomastallis.co.uk and apply on-line to
Further details, including a downloadable application form, can be found in the vacancies section
sbolton@thomastallis.org.uk
Please phone our friendly staff on
of the school website: http://www.kingsfordschool.com/vacancies.cfm. All applications/requests for
further information should be sent directly to Mr Luke Bodalbhai at Kingsford Community School,
Closing date: Monday 18 May 2009
020 7501 6728
Kingsford Way, Beckton, London E6 5JG, email lbodalbhai@kingsford.newham.sch.uk or telephone
Interviews to be held: Thursday 21 May 2009

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