We are seeking to appoint a highly talented individual to join our dynamic, hard-working, committed and forward-thinking team. The successful applicant will enjoy working collaboratively and will have the passion to contribute to the development of our flourishing school. We have a diverse, enthusiastic and highly supportive community of staff with a commitment to academic excellence while maintaining a first-rate provision of pastoral care.
You will need to be well-qualified and capable of teaching Key Stage 3 to Key Stage 5 Geography. Teaching will be approximately 0.5 of a timetable over three days a week. The ability to teach Global Perspectives is closely linked to Geography and is a desirable skill.
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Students at Cobham Hall are provided with 60 hours of timetabled lessons every fortnight. Staff are provided with 20% PPA. In addition, staff are expected to work up to eleven Saturdays, pro-rata, a year between 9.15am and 12.35pm.
Geography at Cobham
Geography is a popular option subject at GCSE and A Level as the Department fosters a high-quality learning and teaching environment that uses best pedagogical practice to ensure that students reach their potential with challenge and support in equal measure.
Currently, Geography sits within the Humanities Faculty, which consists of Head of Faculty, a part-time teacher of Psychology and EPQ, a part-time teacher of Business Studies and Economics, two part-time teachers of Geography, a part-time teacher of History and Politics and a part-time teacher of Global Perspectives.
“Pupils are educated to a high standard and excel in extra-curricular activities fulfilling the school’s aim to develop each pupil’s potential in and out of the classroom.” ISI Report
Closing date: 9am, Monday 27 November 2023
Interview: Details of the interview process will be sent to shortlisted candidates and will take place soon after application.
The School is an equal opportunities employer. We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. Successful applicants are subject to a DBS check.