Vacancies

The Windsor Boys’ 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).    The Windsor Boys’ School is an Equal Opportunities Employer.      
Teacher of English

MPS + London Fringe Allowance N.O.R. 850 (6TH Form: 250) Required for September 2017, a well-qualified and enthusiastic teacher to join the English Department which is renowned for its high standards, both in and out of the classroom. English is a strength of the school. “Students’ attainment and progress in English and Maths are outstanding” (Ofsted).  A Level English Literature is a very popular choice post-16. The department contributes to the co-curricular life of the school, with theatre trips, competitions, author visits and debating. The Windsor Boys’ School teaches students from years 9-13 and has excellent value added at GCSE and A level. It has a national reputation for sport, music and the creative arts, and uniquely is a centre of excellence for rowing. Teaching at The Windsor Boys’ School provides excellent opportunities for professional development and career enhancement through:

 

  • Top quality induction and support for NQTs.
  • A highly supportive and friendly working environment.
  • Exceptional CPD through the trust’s teaching school alliance and our family of schools.
  • A structured leadership development programme.
  • Many opportunities to become involved in a huge range of curriculum enrichments, including trips abroad.
  • Sixth form teaching that is combined with our partner Windsor Girls’ School.
  • Good links with local businesses, universities and prestigious private schools.
  • Affordable urban or country living within easy reach of the school.
  • Excellent local sports and cultural facilities.
  • Direct access to the centre of London.

Windsor Learning Partnership is committed to safeguarding children and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.  We will ensure that all our recruitment and selection practices reflect this commitment. This post is subject to an enhanced disclosure through the Disclosure and Barring Service. CVs will not be accepted in place of an application form. If you are interested in applying for this position email Mrs Blockley at cblockley@twbs.co.uk   WLP MPS Teacher Person Specification  WLP MPS Teacher Job Desc  English Department Description 2017

SENCO

MPS + TLR 2d (£6,450) + London Fringe Allowance
N.O.R. 850 (6TH Form: 250)

Required for September 2017, a well-qualified and enthusiastic teacher to lead the SENCO Department.

We have an exciting opportunity for a SENCO to join our school and make a huge contribution to transforming the learning and lives of our students.   This pivotal role will include leading, developing and supporting effective practice for students with SEND. The SENCO will lead a team of dedicated staff in establishing and implementing a range of support and interventions for our SEND students across the school to ensure each learner achieves her full potential.

The successful candidate will be a qualified teacher with experience of SEN related responsibilities, policy and practice.  You will also be passionate about inclusion, a champion for all students with SEND and an advocate for some of our most vulnerable students. You should be confident with using data to evaluate the impact of support and interventions. Whether you are at the start of your SENCO career or have a wealth of experience, we are interested in talking with you about how you will help us to foster outstanding inclusive provision and life-changing outcomes for our students.

The Windsor Boys’ School teaches students from years 9-13 and has excellent value added at GCSE and A level, being in the top 30% of schools for pupil progress.  It has a national reputation for sport, music and the creative arts, and uniquely is a centre of excellence for rowing.

Teaching at The Windsor Boys’ School provides excellent opportunities for professional development and career enhancement through:

  • A highly supportive and friendly working environment.
  • Exceptional CPD through the trust’s teaching school alliance and our family of schools.
  • Top quality induction and support for NQTs.
  • A structured leadership development programme.
  • Many opportunities to become involved in a huge range of curriculum enrichments, including trips abroad.
  • Sixth form teaching that is combined with our partner Windsor Girls’ School.
  • Good links with local businesses, universities and prestigious private schools.
  • Affordable urban or country living within easy reach of the school.
  • Excellent local sports and cultural facilities.
  • Direct access to the centre of London.

Windsor Learning Partnership is committed to safeguarding children and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.  We will ensure that all our recruitment and selection practices reflect this commitment. This post is subject to an enhanced disclosure through the Disclosure and Barring Service. CVs will not be accepted in place of an application form.

If you are interested in applying for this position please email Mrs Blockley at cblockley@twbs.co.uk

SENCO Job Description June 2017

 

Windsor Learning Partnership: a company limited by guarantee.
Registered in England: Company Number: 9409109
Registered Office: Windsor Girls’ School, Imperial Road, Windsor, Berkshire, SL4 3RT

All enquiries and applications should be sent to:

Mrs Celia Blockley
Headteacher’s Personal Assistant
The Windsor Boys’ School
1 Maidenhead Road
Windsor
Berkshire SL4 5EH

Email: cblockley@twbs.co.uk

Telephone: 01753 716060

General Documents To Download You can download the application form and school information below:
Application-Form (Teaching)
Application-Form-(Associate Staff)
School-Information-2017