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BridgeThe following positions are currently vacant, and the organisations concerned have asked us to pass on details of the vacancies to anyone who is interested in applying. If you (or anyone known to you) is interested in any of the positions, please make direct contact with the schools. Details of addresses and contact numbers are given in the downloads. TISCA makes every effort to ensure that the positions advertised are accurately portrayed, and we are happy to try to answer any questions that you may have about the vacancies. However, we cannot guarantee the accuracy of all details listed: please contact the organisations directly.

Chaplain – The Blue Coat School, Birmingham

We are looking to recruit a first-class Chaplain for January 2023 or before, who is a committed Christian. The successful candidate will be highly organised and have excellent interpersonal and communication skills. The Chaplain has overall responsibility, under the Headmaster for the spiritual wellbeing and development of the whole School community. Qualified teachers are welcome to apply. A reduced teaching timetable could be included in the role.

The Chapel is within the ecclesiastical parish of St Bartholomew, Edgbaston and occasional offices are recorded in the register of the Parish Church. The incumbent of the Parish is and ex officio governor of the school. The previous Chaplain was a lay person who was licensed by the Bishop of Birmingham. An ordained person would also be expected to seek permission to officiate from the Bishop.

The successful applicant will be expected to lead the Chaplaincy work at the school and to promote and safeguard the welfare of all children for whom the post holder has responsibility and with whom the post holder comes into contact. The Post Holder will report directly to the Headmaster.

Closing date: 7 September 2022

More details of the post – download from this website

Combined Reception and Year 1 class teacher

The King Alfred School

Vacancy Reception and Year 1 Teacher 2022

for September 2022 (Please note we can wait until Jan 2023 if the right candidate has to serve notice)

An exciting opportunity to join a new independent school that is going into its second year of operation. The King Alfred school is a school with a real strong sense of community and purpose. Our first year of operation has been a real success and we are now in a position to recruit more team members.

This position offers a unique opportunity to revive the long-lost heritage of Classical Christian Education in England by joining a team of enthusiastic parents and teachers to help establish the country’s first Classical Christian school. Our ideal candidate will be a qualified teacher who has taught lower school previously. A person who has a good understanding of classical pedagogy and who possesses a distinctly Christian view of the purpose of education is highly desirable. Although, because having had a classical education is more niche, there is an option to employ a candidate who does not have training in this area but who is willing to enthusiastically learn and undertake training.

This position is for a full-time teacher to lead the Reception and Year 1 combined class, teaching 4–6-year-olds and be accountable for the educational progress by effective teaching and learning. This role will require the skill of following the EYFS framework and the school’s Year 1 curriculum. We are dedicated to keeping class sizes small in order to best meet our students’ needs and so the class size will be capped at 13 students.

HOPE International School, Cambodia 

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Jobs at the king’s school, harpenden

The King’s School is a warm and friendly environment, with small class sizes, offering
you the opportunity to enjoy working and develop your skills, all in a beautiful, rural
setting. We have a passionate staff team, who work together to create a learning
space for our pupils that challenges and inspires, whilst providing outstanding
pastoral care. As staff in a Christian school, we are able to encourage our pupils in
their journey of faith and model a relationship with Jesus that is real and relevant. It
is this holistic approach – academic progress, character, faith – that makes our school
such a special place to work in.

Primary School Teacher (Full time and Part time available) 

As a Primary Teacher, you will have the opportunity to work collaboratively as part of
a skilled and experienced Primary staff team. There is one class per year group, with
usually 8-16 pupils per class. Schemes of work are in place, and you will have the
opportunity to help our team shape the Primary curriculum as you grow into the role,
ensuring that our pupils have a broad and dynamic learning experience, preparing
them well for the transition to Secondary at the end of Year 6. There is the scope for
outdoor learning by making use of our lovely grounds.

The King’s School has its own pay scale, with contributions to an employer’s pension
scheme and healthcare cover available to all staff. Further details, along with an
application pack, including job description, are available from the school:

Call 01582 767566 or request by email to: kings.pa@thekingsschool.com
Applications open
Interviews – to be arranged

Learning Support Assistant 

Part-time (minimum 0.4 FTE = 15 hours)
Start date: September 2022

As a Learning Support Assistant (LSA), you will have the opportunity to make a
significant contribution to our SEN Team. You will work in Secondary classes,
supporting an individual pupil, in core subjects. This rewarding work benefits from the
building of effective understanding, and positive working relationships, between a
pupil and their LSA. Specific training can be provided to help develop your knowledge
and skills in any areas that are new to you. This opportunity would suit someone
looking for flexible working, with hours that can fit alongside other work or family
commitments.

The King’s School has its own pay scale, with contributions to an employer’s pension
scheme and healthcare cover available to all staff. Further details, along with an
application pack, including job description, are available from the school:

Call 01582 767566 or request by email to: kings.pa@thekingsschool.com
Applications open
Interviews – to be arranged

Chaplain – Woodstock School, India

Woodstock School is India’s leading international residential school. For 165 years
Woodstock has stood as a reference point for excellence in education in Asia.
Situated in the Indian Himalayas, Woodstock’s stunning campus covers more than
250 acres of protected forest, providing an inspirational educational environment
and unrivalled access to one of the world’s great mountain wildernesses.
With more than 50 nationalities represented among its student body and faculty,
Woodstock is a truly international community which embraces its diversity and multiculturalism.

Woodstock seeks to appoint a Chaplain – a man or woman who:

  • Has a strong personal faith in Christ;
  • Has a desire to help others grow in faith;
  • Has a love for India and its various religious traditions, and an appreciation of
    the role of the Christian church in the India of today;
  • Has a love for people, and a desire to develop friendships and deep
    relationships;
  • Has a mature understanding of the Bible and the role of prayer in individual
    and corporate Christian growth;
  • Has experience of working in schools (preferably Christian and international
    schools) together with an eagerness and aptitude to teach well;
  • Has an appreciation of the value of being connected to a local congregation of
    Christians, not pushing the claims of any one denomination but at the same
    time able to cooperate with those from a variety of church backgrounds.

Download the Job Description Woodstock Chaplain Ad – April 2022 and for more information contact Hugh Bradby in the first instance. 

Graduate Teacher Assistants – Monkton 

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12 months Fixed Term – Starting end of August 2022

Salary: £11,500 (including accommodation and full board during term time)

Do you have what it takes to inspire young people and have a devotion to support an excellent holistic education?

We are seeking to appoint a number of high calibre Graduate Teaching Assistants for the forthcoming academic year, starting in August 2022, on a 12 month fixed term contract for both our Senior School and Prep School, set in the beautiful Midford valley on the outskirts of Bath.

Graduate Teaching Assistants are seen as an important part of the Pastoral and Academic teams at Monkton. This is an exciting opportunity to explore and gain experience of working with young people in a supportive Christian ethos school environment and allow you to decide if teaching or pastoral care is the right career path for you. You will be expected to help with various activities during the school day, such as supporting in a classroom environment, supporting and supervising sport lessons and activities, to be resident on site, and to help care for the boarders after the academic day has finished and at the weekends.

We pride ourselves on our lively Christian ethos, excellent exam results and our strong pastoral care. At Monkton, we are setting standards for life; giving young people the qualities of character they need.

So, if you strive to work collaboratively and want to actively get involved in the co-curricular, pastoral life of the school, including Christian union and bible study groups, then we think you will feel right at home here.

Previous Graduate Teaching Assistants have gone on to a variety of careers including (but not limited to) SCITT and PGCE courses, counselling or church leadership – the perfect springboard for many different types of careers. Apply today to take the next step in your career.

Safeguarding

Monkton Combe School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and applicants must be willing to undergo child protection screening appropriate to the post including checks with past employers and Disclosure and Barring Service.

How to apply

You should submit your application form and letter of application through our website. Alternatively you should write to the HR department (recruitment@monkton.org.uk) enclosing a letter of application, fully completed application form and full curriculum vitae, with details of your qualifications and experience.

Graduate Teacher jobs and Gap Student positions 

For a list of Graduate Teacher and Gap Student jobs – see our excel document. 

This was compiled with thanks from all the schools who chose to provide us with their details.