Vacancies

Teacher of Drama with Music

MPR

Required for September 2018: NQTs are welcome to apply

You have

  • The ability to teach both Drama & Music at Key Stage 3 and or 4
  • A commitment to developing excellent learning and teaching
  • A willingness to participate in our vibrant extracurricular provision

For details and an application visit www.suffolkjobsdirect.org or for further information Email: recruitment@hadleighhigh.net or call the school office Tel: (01473) 823496.

Closing date: 25th January 18 - Interview date: Week commencing 29th January 18

General Classroom Technician

Required:  commencing after February Half term

Salary: Actual salary £8,724 (Grade 2 Spinal Point 10)

Hours:  25hrs per week, 38 weeks per year

You have the skills to:

  • Support safe and secure learning
  • Prepare resources for a range of practical lessons using technical skills, knowledge and expertise, with a particular focus on health and safety.
  • Work highly effectively in a range of teams
  • A willingness to participate in our vibrant extracurricular provision

For details and an application visit www.suffolkjobsdirect.org or for further information Email: recruitment@hadleighhigh.net or call the school office Tel: (01473) 823496.

Closing date: Friday 26th January 2018 - Arrangements for interview to be confirmed.

Teacher of Religious Education/History

Salary: MPR 

Required for: Easter or September 2018

NQTs are welcome to apply and part-time considered

You have

  • The ability to teach at RE and History Key Stage 3 and 4
  • A commitment to developing excellent RE and History learning and teaching
  • A willingness to participate in our vibrant extracurricular provision

For details and an application visit www.suffolkjobsdirect.org or for further information Email: recruitment@hadleighhigh.net  or call the school office Tel: (01473) 823496. Fax: 01473 824720

Closing date for applications: Thursday 1st February 2018  Interview date:  Week commencing 5th February 2018

We offer

  • Excellent professional development
  • Well motivated and enthusiastic learners
  • A strong ethos of teamwork
  • An exciting and stimulating place to work

Leaders have established a sustained culture of improvement across the academy. Achievement overall rose significantly in the most recently published examination results, and current progress of students is stronger still. Students participate well in their learning; they are keen to please their teachers, and their positive approach to their education is a key strength of this academy.’ Ofsted 2015