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    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 1200 students in the school, including approx 270 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 hjones@harlington.org  or by post to Mrs H Jones. 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.

    Please click here for a DBS form which should be completed and brought to interview.


    Teaching Vacancies

    Information Systems Manager

    An exciting opportunity has arisen for an Information Systems Manager, here at Harlington Upper School.

    The successful candidate will be responsible for the management, administration, organisation and smooth running of all processes in connection with data, assessment, and the school’s management information systems.

    Salary: NJC Level 4A, points 11-15 (£21,748 - £23,541) depending on skills and experience. This salary will be paid on a pro-rata basis to reflect term time plus 5 training days and 2 additional weeks (actual salary £19,810 – £21,443)

    The hours are 37 per week, however part time applications will also be considered.

    Please click here for the Job Description.

    Closing date: 9am on Thursday 5th November

    Click here for Teacher Application Form. Click here for Teacher Application Guidelines.

    Click here for Non Teaching Application Form      Click here for Non Teaching Application Guidelines

    Our vacancies can also be found on MyNewTerm