Harlington Upper School is a large, successful upper school with a strong local reputation for high levels of student achievement. The school was established in 1974 and has sustained very good levels of performance for many years. Our Ofsted inspection of October 2013 confirmed that we are a good school with many strengths. We are now poised and ready to grow our already successful school into an outstanding one.
We have a unique location in Central Bedfordshire. We are placed in the heart of a rural environment but have strong urban links. Harlington is one mile from junction 12 of the M1 and has a train station with commuter routes to London and the Midlands.
There are currently approximately 1240 students in the school, including 310 in the sixth-form. Students join the school in year 9 after attending one of three main feeder middle schools.
Our priorities for improvement are focused firmly on developing teaching, learning within a developmental and supportive environment.
If you wish to apply to a vacancy, please complete an application form (available from the links below) and submit with a brief letter of application either by email to email@example.com or by post to Mrs M Cook. Please telephone 01525 755100 if you need further information.
Harlington Upper School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.
Posts working with either children and/or vulnerable adults will be subject to the disclosure of criminal records.
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Teacher of Music (Maternity Cover)
Part Time (0.4 - 0.8)
For March 2019 or Easter 2019
A well-qualified and enthusiastic teacher of Music is required for Maternity Cover for March 2019 to join a successful and dedicated department. The Music department is committed to providing high quality teaching and learning for all students.
The successful applicant should be qualified to teach at KS3, GCSE and A level. Proficient keyboard skills would be advantageous. They should be enthusiastic about the teaching of music and show a willingness to participate in and contribute to the development of music in the extended curriculum.
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Closing Date: Monday 28 January 2019
Non Teaching Vacancies
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30 Hours per week
Salary: NJC Level 3D £18,870 - £20,541
(Actual Salary £13,264 - £14,438)
We are looking to appoint a Learning Supervisor whose role will be to cover lessons in a teacher’s absence. This is a very important role in the school, helping young people to maximise their potential and supporting the school community as a whole. This post may be suitable for someone with an interest in developing a career in school or as the first steps to a career in teaching.
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Closing Date: Friday 18 January 2019
Fixed Term to July 2020
Hours: Up to 30 per week
Salary: NJC level 2B points 11 – 14 (£17,007 - £17,681 pro -rata)
Actual Salary for 30 hours £11,954 - £12,428
We are wanting to appoint a Teaching Assistant on a Fixed Term Contact until July 2020. The role of the Teaching Assistant is under the instruction and guidance of teaching staff/managers, to undertake educational activities and attend to the educational, personal and social needs of students in order to support their learning and development and to ensure their safety.
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Closing Date: Monday 21 January 2019 (Early Applications are welcomed)
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