Bolton School Boys' Division - KS2 Teacher (Fixed Term)
Bolton School Boys' Division
Dependent on experience but more advantageous than the national scale
Boys’ Junior School (7 - 11 Years) Required from September 2018 for the 2018/19 academic year on a fixed term contract
The Junior Boys’ School is seeking an inspiring teacher to work with Key Stage 2 pupils for the academic year 2018-19. This role could suit an experienced teacher or a newly qualified teacher, who, if appointed would be able to undertake their NQT induction programme. The successful candidate will join a well-resourced school, with supportive, experienced colleagues. Candidates should display excellent classroom practice and be keen to work as part of a team to provide the best education for able boys.
A willingness to participate fully in the extra-curricular programme within school is essential.
Bolton School is a large, thriving, academically selective school, situated in an attractive, prosperous part of Bolton and with easy access to some of the nation’s finest cities and countryside. Together, the Boys’ and Girls’ Divisions offer pupils single sex education in a co-educational environment – ‘the best of both worlds’.
With 2,300 students on site, Bolton School is one of the largest independent day schools in the country. It is situated a mile or so from the town centre in a pleasant wooded campus, surrounded by 32 acres of playing fields. Serving a wide area of the North West through 20 coach routes, the School has for many years offered some form of fee assistance to a substantial proportion of its pupils. The school prides itself not only on its academic tradition, but on the immense range of other activities which are vigorously pursued both in and beyond the school day.
The present Junior School teaching staff consists of nine full-time teachers, two part-time teachers and two teaching assistants. They are supported by the Deputy Head, as well as one full-time and four part-time secretarial and ancillary staff. One unusual aspect regarding the staff is the focus upon specialist subject teaching which applies throughout Year 5 and Year 6, to a large extent in Year 4 and to some extent in Year 3. The School is also fortunate to have a large number of specialist teaching rooms. The loyalty, commitment and dedication of the staff ensures that the strong academic programme is richly complemented by an unusually wide range of extra-curricular activities. There is strong co-operation with the Senior School, especially with the PE and Music departments, and the Junior School has an outstanding reputation in sport and music.
For further details and to apply online for the position please visit the School website.
Closing date for applications: noon on 2nd March 2018
Interviews will be held on 9th March 2018
Bolton School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and to equality and diversity in all aspects of employment. The successful candidate will be required to undertake an Enhanced Criminal Records Check for Regulated Activity.