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Computer Science Teacher

Job Description

Are you a computer science teacher seeking a role within the independant sector? Dunbar Education have a rare opportuntiy for a full time and permanent computer science teacher to join a well behaved all boys school from April or September. Apply today without an application form!

Location: Borehamwood

Salary: Competitive - Independant pay scale

Role: Computer Science Teacher, Permanent and full time

Ofsted: Independant School

Start Date: April or September 2024

About the school:

This is an independent boy's school for ages 11 - 18, located in Borehamwood in a strong, happy and supportive community. They are committed to the pursuit of excellence in education whose roots trace back to the 17th century.

Haberdashers welcome teachers looking to broaden their experience, recently qualified teachers or completely new entrants to the profession but most importantly you must be confident with the opportunity to teach throughout the school, including A Levels.

Haberdashers Boys have a diverse community, and their academic performance speaks for itself with outstanding exam results. The students are respectful and want to learn with the expectation to be challenged by their curriculum. All class sizes are targeted to stay at 14 students or less to ensure teachers can focus on every student. I have worked with the school on various vacancies, and they are always seeking teachers who can bring something different and want to progress in their careers.

The school offers a highly competitive salary scale and provides a range of benefits. They have an exceptional induction and professional development programme to support new colleagues. Haberdashers have a nurturing and supportive community and a full involvement in the wider life of the school so this will be a key part of your role.

- Relocations packages available

- On site accommodation (depending on availability and requirement)

- Free Coach service

- Free meals

- Onsite Gym/Pool

Apply today for more information or get in touch with Daisy O'Toole on 073615583305