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You will find details below for all of our current teaching vacancies within our schools. Please select “Read more” for further information about each vacancy. Information about the Foundation and the relevant school can be found in the “About the Foundation” tab.

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  • Teacher of Philosophy, Ethics and Religion, fixed term (The Kingsley School)

    Published 05/12/23

    We are seeking to appoint an outstanding and innovative Teacher of Philosophy, Ethics and Religion (PER) to join a vibrant and ambitious school. The role on offer is for 0.75 of a full timetable across 5 days, as maternity cover from February or April 2024.

    The successful candidate will have excellent communication and people skills, a positive mindset, and a forward-thinking approach to the teaching of Philosophy, Ethics and Religion (PER). They will be able to teach PER to a very high standard, inspiring a genuine interest in the subject, and contributing with enthusiasm to the busy co-curricular life of the department and school.

    This is an excellent opportunity for an innovative practitioner to develop their skills and experience in a highly successful department. It is a particularly exciting time to be joining the school as we develop our position within the Warwick Schools Foundation.

    The department enjoys excellent links to the schools within the Warwick Schools Foundation and is well resourced. Pupils at the school are thoroughly engaged in PER with a high percentage taking the subject at GCSE and A Level.

    The role will entail teaching the AQA religious Studies B specification at GCSE (Christianity and Sikhism) and the OCR specification at A Level.

    The role is part-time and temporary to cover maternity leave in the department.  There is potential for this role to entail pastoral leadership for the right candidate.

    For further information, please refer to the Applicant Information Pack.  Early applications are encouraged as the deadline for the submission of applications is 12 noon on Friday 12th January 2024.  We reserve the right to close the vacancy early if we receive sufficient levels of interest.

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  • Assistant Director of Sport (Warwick School)

    Published 04/12/23

    Warwick School is actively seeking a dedicated, enthusiastic, and passionate Assistant Director of Sport to become an integral part of our Physical Education department from September 2024. 

    This position presents a unique opportunity to join a dynamic team and to play a pivotal role in helping shape the future of our sports provision. The post will be attractive to someone who is passionate about sport, hard-working and willing to inspire, motivate and support others. 

    This is a great opportunity for a highly qualified and experienced individual, as the school seeks to build on the success of winning Independent Boys School of the Year for 2022 and deliver on our vision of being the most inspiring, rounded, and caring boys’ school in the UK.

    Please refer to the job pack below for further information regarding the role.

    Salary: The Warwick Schools Foundation has its own salary scale and salary will be determined according to 
    qualifications and experience. 

    Closing Date: 10th January 2024 at 12 noon. 

    Interview Date(s): W/C 15th January 2024. 

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  • Head of Sociology (Warwick School)

    Published 04/12/23

    An experienced and committed Sociology teacher is required from September 2024 for an exciting new role at Warwick School.

    Sociology is a new subject here at Warwick School and we begin teaching it for the first time from September 2024, with the intention of offering the AQA A-Level Sociology Course. The successful applicant will have the opportunity to design the department from scratch.

    We are very fortunate to have close ties with our sister school, King’s High, who share a site with us. We therefore envisage that the post holder will work closely with relevant staff at both schools. This should prove to be a fruitful source for sharing good practice and for other cross-school ventures.

    As the subject builds, it would be helpful if the candidate offered another subject. The ability to teach A-Level Politics and History to GCSE Level, would be an advantage.

    This is an exciting opportunity to join and build your own department in a successful school with ambitious plans for the subject.

    The Warwick Schools Foundation has its own salary scale and salary will be determined according to qualifications and experience. For further information, please refer to the Applicant Information Pack below.

    The closing date for applications is 12 noon on Wednesday 10th January 2024.

    Interviews will be held w/c 22nd January 2024.    

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