Senior School Vacancies

Head of Religious Studies and Philosophy

Required: January, April or September 2020
Closing Date: Midday, Monday 7th October 2019
Interviews: w/c Monday 14th October 2019

Brentwood School is a leading HMC co-educational independent school in Brentwood, Essex, just 20 minutes from central London and one of the top ten places in the UK to raise a family according to a recent Daily Telegraph article. We are seeking to recruit a Head of Religious Studies and Philosophy to lead a thriving, dynamic and highly successful department.

The department achieves excellent examination results at GCSE, A Level and at IBDP. Pupil numbers are strong, with Religious Studies and Philosophy being a popular subject in the Sixth Form. The successful candidate must have considerable teaching experience, be able to articulate a clear educational vision and provide dynamic and inspirational leadership. He or she will be an outstanding teacher and possess creativity, excellent interpersonal skills, and strong organisational abilities. Applications are encouraged from both experienced HoDs or ambitious aspiring HoDs.

Brentwood School has its own pay scale significantly above the maintained sector and subsidised accommodation might be available if required. 

To download further information and an application pack, please see the links on this page or email: HR@brentwood.essex.sch.uk   

Applications should be submitted immediately and candidates will be considered and potentially called for interview as applications are received. The School reserves the right to change these dates, and to close the vacancy at any time.

Brentwood 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 the Disclosure and Barring Service.

Job Description - Head of Religious Studies and Philosophy

 

Head of Psychology

Required: January or April 2020
Closing Date: Midday, Friday 27th September 2019
Interviews: Wednesday 2nd & Thursday 3rd October 2019

Brentwood School is a leading HMC co-educational independent school in Brentwood, Essex, just 20 minutes from central London and one of the top ten places in the UK to raise a family according to a recent Daily Telegraph article. We are seeking to recruit an inspirational Head of Psychology to lead this highly successful department.

The successful candidate will run a dynamic and thriving Psychology Department comprising four experienced subject specialists and offers both A Level and IB Diploma Psychology courses. The department is one of the most successful in the School both in terms of absolute results and value-added.

The department is exceptionally well-resourced and all classrooms are equipped with electronic whiteboards and Apple TV. Students and teachers throughout the School are experienced in the use of digital technology. Where appropriate, iPads and Google Classroom constitute an integral aspect of teaching and learning - both within the classroom and outside. The Psychology departmental office provides ample space for planning and administrative tasks. The department organises regular trips for the Sixth Form and visiting guest lecturers to address students. The department also organises various enrichment activities and additional support is provided for students applying to read Psychology-related courses at leading universities in the UK and overseas. 

Brentwood School has its own pay scale significantly above the maintained sector and subsidised accommodation might be available if required. 

To download further information and an application pack, please see the links on this page or email: HR@brentwood.essex.sch.uk   

Applications should be submitted immediately and candidates will be considered and potentially called for interview as applications are received. The School reserves the right to change these dates, and to close the vacancy at any time.

Brentwood 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 the Disclosure and Barring Service.

Job Description - Head of Psychology