Charters School is a very heavily over-subscribed 11-18 Comprehensive Academy School with 1700 students on roll (including 470+ in the Sixth Form) located in Sunningdale. It has been graded an “outstanding” school on two successive occasions and is a dynamic, high-achieving secondary school where students are polite, motivated to succeed and enjoy their education.
Charters School has a responsibility for, and is committed to, safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and for ensuring that they are protected from harm. Positions are subject to an Enhanced DBS check (Disclosure and Barring Service). Charters School is an Equal Opportunities Employer.
We have the following vacancies at this time:
Teacher of Physics
Required for September 2018 - Main Scale Post
Charters School Science Department is looking to appoint an exciting and innovative teacher of Physics to join our friendly, dynamic and collaborative department. We need you to have a love of teaching and of science, a willingness to trial new ideas and be a team player who puts the good of the students at the heart of all that you do.
Teacher of Special Educational Needs and Disabilities
Required January or April 2018 - Main Scale Post, minimum 0.7 contract
Charters School Learning Support Department is seeking to appoint an exciting and innovative teacher of SEN & D. The main responsibility is to teach our Core Support and Core Plus groups at KS3. Through a modification to their curriculum, these are students who need help with basic core skills and reinforcement of Maths and English skills and are taught in smaller groups in place of a MFL.
You will be joining a friendly, energetic and supportive team. We need you to have a love of both teaching and a willingness to trial new ideas and be a team player who puts the good of the students at the heart of all that you do. You will be passionate about ensuring every student meets their potential and develops their abilities in literacy and numeracy.
- The school offers excellent promotion prospects and a comprehensive induction programme.
- This role is a part time position, with a minimum of 0.7 contract, full time negotiable for the right applicant.
- Please click here for the Person Specification and click here to download the Responsibilities and click here for an application form
- Closing date for applications: 12 noon, 27 November 2017
- Please note that applications will be considered as they arrive and we reserve the right to make an appointment prior to the closing date.
- Please send your completed application form and a letter of application by email to: Sue Derrick, Deputy Headteacher Email: email@example.com
We are looking to appoint an IT Apprentice to join our IT Team as soon as possible. This is an exciting new initiative for us and one that we have been working with the QA Apprenticeships programme to bring to fruition.
If you are interested then please apply through the QA Apprenticeships scheme, not directly through the school, by clicking on the following link where you will find all the details, including hours of work and salary:
Click here for information
Applying for Associate Staff Vacancies
If you are interested in volunteering some of your time either on a regular or ad hoc basis please email Sally Cronk, with an indication of your skills and area of interest. To date volunteers have been used in the School Shop, the School Library, helping with database maintenance and within various Faculties.For more information click here to be taken to Charters Friends: volunteer or Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Priority Places for Staff Children
The Charters School Admissions Policy for entry in September 2017 includes a category of admission relating to the children of staff, who may be given priority in the allocation of student places at the school if either of the following criteria are met:
- Where the member of staff has been employed at the school for two or more years at the time at which the application for admission to the school is made; and/or
- The member of staff is recruited to fill a vacant post for which there is a demonstrable skills shortage*
*The first Full Governing Body meeting in each academic year will receive information from the Co-Headteachers about the current subject or skills shortage. For admission in September 2017, the subjects listed are: The EBACC Subjects: Mathematics, English, Science, Modern Foreign Languages and Humanities.
Moving into the Area
If you are considering moving into the area as a member of staff, do not be put off by the house prices in the immediate vicinity. Most of our teaching staff live outside of catchment with the most popular locations being Bracknell, Camberley, Farnborough, Reading, Windsor and Wokingham. Check out this link to Right Move to compare prices. You may also like to look at Genesis Housing Association website which offers accommodation options.
All areas are well provided for with good shopping and leisure facilities and excellent transport links. Bracknell, which has lagged behind, is the subject of an overdue but now exciting redevelopment which will bring the next generation of shopping and leisure destinations to the town centre. To find out more please click here.