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Staff Vacancies

We advertise both teaching and non teaching posts on our website:

TEACHING

We have the following vacancies.  Full details regarding the position is set out in the Appointment Pack.  If you would like to apply for a position please complete the Application and Child Protection forms below and submit to Mrs Bermingham.  Details regarding our exam results and Ofsted Inspection are provided in the links below.

Required for September 2021

Lead Practitioner - Mathematics 
(Lead Practitioner Scale 9-14 Outer London)

Closing Date Tuesday 9th March 2021

Required for September 2021, we are seeking to appoint a well-qualified, dynamic, highly motivated, committed professional with the ambition and drive necessary for the leadership skills this role will entail.  The successful candidate will be an outstanding classroom practitioner with a proven record of success at both Key Stage 4 and 5. The ability to teach KS5 Maths is essential.    The successful candidate will be responsible for supporting the Head of Maths in improving the Teaching and Learning within department, and also lead on whole school improvement.

If you would like further information or would like an initial informal discussion, please contact Zena Bermingham, Headteacher's Personal Assistant/Office Manager on zbermingham@bishopshalt.school 

Required for September 2021

DEPUTY HEADTEACHER (L23 to L27 Outer London)

Closing Date - Friday 26th February 2021

Following the decision of our Deputy Headteacher to retire after 29 years, Bishopshalt School is seeking an inspirational individual to join our Leadership Team to be part of the growth and development of our school.  Our goal is to provide an outstanding education for all students and ensure they achieve their potential - and beyond.

The successful candidate will work together with the Senior Leadership Team, Governors, Staff and Students to build on what is already a very good school. You will be able to build successful teams and work collaboratively to achieve success.  You will have the ability to drive yourself and others.

You will be able to respond and adapt effectively to changing circumstances, maintaining high levels of performance.  You will actively listen and effectively communicate to a wide range of audiences.  You will demonstrate a good understanding of legislation and regulation so that resources are used efficiently and effectively in a way that maximises performance.

In return we can offer you:

  • Students who want to succeed!

  • Experienced and committed

  • Dedicated governors who are determined to help you and the school succeed

  • A school that is respected in the community and is significantly oversubscribed

  • Personal development tailored to ensure you are successful at the start and as the role develops

  • A genuine belief in the well-being of students and staff

If you have any questions about the post, would like to arrange a visit to the school following COVID safe socially distanced protocols, or would like to find out more about the role, please contact the Headteacher’s Personal Assistant, Zena Bermingham, at zbermingham@bishopshalt.school who will arrange a conversation with Mr McGillicuddy, Headteacher, via a virtual meeting or telephone.

NON TEACHING

There are no current non-teaching positions available at the school. 

If you have any questions or queires please contact  zbermingham@bishopshalt.school  -  Mrs Bermingham, Headteacher's PA.  

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Governors

We currently have vacancies on the Governing Body.

In particular, if you have experience in any of the following areas, we would like to hear from you:

  • HR
  • Legal
  • Building Project Oversight or Development
  • “Looked after” or SEND children

However, you DO NOT have to have a professional background, more importantly you need to have enthusiasm and a desire to support your child and their school, to be the very best they can be.

Think you do not know anything about education?  That does not matter, all you need is a willingness to learn.

What does a governor do? In short the five key responsibilities are:

  1. Setting ethos and values
  2. Holding leadership to account
  3. Balancing support and challenge
  4. Distinguishing between help and interference
  5. Taking responsibility for the Headteacher’s wellbeing

The Governing Body are keen to ensure that its members reflect the diverse community of Bishopshalt School.

If you would like to be considered as a parent governor please contact our Chair of Governors:

Governors Email: clerktothegovernors@bishopshalt.school

For an informal, no obligation chat.

Governor induction