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We are looking to appoint a dynamic, innovative and exceptional teacher of Land-Based studies who has the necessary ambition and expertise to play a key part in the future success of the School. The successful candidate will have the opportunity to utilise the full range of facilities within Hadlow College covering areas such as; Agriculture, Horticulture, Fisheries, Countryside, Floristry and Equine.
This is an exciting post for an excellent practitioner and offers an outstanding opportunity for potential future career development; supported by one of the most successful educational establishments in the country.
As the school develops the successful candidate will have the potential to teach across a full ability range in KS3 and 4 and provides an outstanding opportunity to join a forward thinking and dynamic school team.
If you feel that you are a highly motivated, inspirational practitioner who has the expertise and experience to play a vital part in the future of our School then we would very much like to hear from you.
For more details or an informal discussion with the Headteacher please contact the PA to the Headteacher via email on Heidi.Whitmore@hrcschool.org or via 01732 853241
If you wish to apply to join Hadlow Rural Community School in the next phase of its exciting future; please see the website for further details www.hrcschool.org/.
Applicants should send to school
Letters should be addressed to the Headteacher and presented on no more than 2 sides of A4, font size 11. Please send this to: jobs@Hadlow.ac.uk
The deadline for applications is 9.00am, 17th May 2019
Interviews will take place the week beginning 20th May 2019
Due to the volume of applications we receive it is impossible to inform all applicants if they have been short listed: therefore if you have not heard from us within 14 days of the closing date you can assume that you have not been successful.
Hadlow Rural Community School opened in September 2013 to create a unique learning experience for students aged 11-16 that not only prepares you for further study, but also for the world of work – particularly emerging, highly skilled careers in the land-based sector and its associated industries.
You’ll discover exciting new ways of interpreting subjects such as Maths and English delivered as part of a traditional curriculum that leads to exams, but one that fully integrates academic and vocational study with a special focus on science.
We do this by using our location at the heart of Hadlow College’s 1,000-acre farmed estate as an extended classroom and working closely with our partners in the rural industries.
This allows us to offer choices beyond the scope of a traditional secondary school – including the more unusual outdoor sports and after-school clubs - and gives you an unrivalled opportunity to explore and develop your skills and interests in a safe rural environment.
Working in partnership with Hadlow College, an outstanding land-based college, staffed 365 days a year, Hadlow Rural Community School benefits from the strength of a much larger and established organisation with superb facilities and extensive education and employment networks. It also allows you to work alongside students who have chosen to extend their studies beyond 16 and benefit from their experience and inspiration.
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