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Malton School prides itself on being a supportive employer, offering favourable terms and conditions to facilitate outstanding teaching and learning. Some of the main additional benefits of working at Malton School include:

  • PPA above the national expectation in response to staff delivery of a Personal Development Activity.
  • A strong bespoke staff development programme for all staff.
  • A major investment in support staff roles (eg allowing the provision of “no cover”) so that teachers can focus on planning and delivering outstanding lessons.
  • Membership of the Red Kite Teaching School Alliance.

Malton School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of students and young people and expects all staff to share this commitment.

All vacancies arising in school, for both support and teaching staff, will be posted here.  You can view our staff equality, equity, diversity and inclusion policy here.

teacher of religious education (Maternity cover)

This is a maternity cover 1 year teaching post
Full Time/Part Time (0.8 – 1FTE)
MPS/UPS
To start May 2024 (September 24 start considered)

We seek an excellent Teacher of Religious Education (Maternity Cover) to join the successful and supportive Humanities Faculty.

We are looking for:

  • An excellent subject specialist who can teach across the full age range (applications will be considered from MPS and UPS teachers).
  • Commitment to ensuring that students maximise every opportunity to achieve academically and personally.
  • A reflective and innovative practitioner with a desire to work collaboratively and to share best practice.
  • An inspirational teacher who can build positive relationships with students to motivate them to achieve to their potential.

We offer:

  • A unique and inspirational environment to work in.
  • A professional and collaborative school with a commitment to continued professional development.
  • The opportunity to join a strong staff team, where our values are integral to all we do.

In a friendly and welcoming school with supportive colleagues, you’ll be able to make a real impact on our school, and on the lives of our children.

To apply, please send a completed application form to Claire Hardware (HR Manager) by email at cmh@maltonschool.org

Closing date: 9am Thursday 25th April 2024
Interviews: TBC

Application Form

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assistant headteacher
curriculum

This is an established post
Teaching Post
Full Time (1FTE)
Leadership Scale 13-17
To start September 2024

We seek an excellent and experienced middle leader looking for the next step in their career to join an established Senior Leadership Team, contributing to the operational leadership and strategic direction of the school. The successful candidate will be responsible for the planning, mapping, review and delivery of an ambitious, inclusive, coherent and inspiring curriculum offer across all subjects and year groups.

The successful applicant will:

  • Be a strong and effective leader.
  • Support, challenge and inspire our faculty leaders.
  • Produce a highly effective timetable each year to meet the demands of our curriculum offer,
  • Produce a highly effective programme of Personal Development Activities each term to maximise the development of personal skills.
  • Be passionate about achieving the best for our students.
  • Engender trust and respect from colleagues and students

We offer:

  • A unique and inspirational environment to work in.
  • A professional and collaborative school with a commitment to continued professional development.
  • The opportunity to join a strong staff team, where our values are integral to all we do.

In a friendly and welcoming school with supportive colleagues, you’ll be able to make a real impact on our school, and on the lives of our children.

To apply, please send a completed application form to Claire Hardware (HR Manager) by email at cmh@maltonschool.org

Closing date: 9am Monday 22nd April 2024
Interviews: Friday 26th April 2024

Application Form

Booklet

Job Description


assistant headteacher
pastoral care & safeguarding

This is an established post
Non-Teaching Post
Full Time (1FTE)
Grade SM1 Scale Point 45 – 49
£55,056 – £63,367 per annum (subject to Apr 24 pay award)
To start September 2024

We seek an excellent and experienced Senior Leader to join the successful and supportive Pastoral and Safeguarding provision at our school.

We are looking for:

  • A strong and effective leader
  • A role model for students in the school in terms of ethos, morals, respect and a positive attitude
  • the ability to work well under pressure and deliver (and develop) effective systems
  • a Degree level qualification with relevant leadership experience and training

We offer:

  • A unique and inspirational environment to work in.
  • A professional and collaborative school with a commitment to continued professional development.
  • The opportunity to join a strong staff team, where our values are integral to all we do.

In a friendly and welcoming school with supportive colleagues, you’ll be able to make a real impact on our school, and on the lives of our children.

To apply, please send a completed application form to Claire Hardware (HR Manager) by email at cmh@maltonschool.org

Closing date: 9am Wednesday 17th April 2024
Interviews: Wednesday 24th April 2024

Application Form

Booklet

Job Description


teacher of Geography

This is an established post
MPS (ECT applications welcome)
Full Time (1FTE)
To start September 2024

We seek an excellent Teacher of Geography to join the successful and supportive Humanities Faculty. We are looking to appoint a teacher of Geography who is creative, willing to embrace new ideas, reflective in their practice and forward thinking in their use of new technology.

We are looking for:

  • An excellent subject specialist who can teach across the full age range (applications will be considered from MPS and Early Career Teachers).
  • Commitment to ensuring that students maximise every opportunity to achieve academically and personally.
  • A reflective and innovative practitioner with a desire to work collaboratively and to share best practice.
  • An inspirational teacher who can build positive relationships with students to motivate them to achieve to their potential

We offer:

  • A unique and inspirational environment to work in.
  • A professional and collaborative school with a commitment to continued professional development.
  • The opportunity to join a strong staff team, where our values are integral to all we do.

In a friendly and welcoming school with supportive colleagues, you’ll be able to make a real impact on our school, and on the lives of our children.

To apply, please send a completed application form to Claire Hardware (HR Manager) by email at cmh@maltonschool.org

Closing date: 9am Friday 19th April 2024
Interviews: Friday 26th April 2024

Application Form

Booklet


teacher of English

This is an established post
MPS (ECT applications welcome)
Full Time (1FTE)
To start September 2024

We seek an excellent Teacher of English to join the inclusive and ambitious English Department within our Communications Faculty, which is led and deputised by English specialists.  Not only limited to the classroom, the English department is innovative and collaborative in its approach to delivering a varied curriculum, with theatre trips, book and language investigation groups and author visits. The successful applicant will work collaboratively, share best practice and resources and have a positive impact on the quality of teaching and learning, ensuring that we continue to deliver successful student progress and outcomes.

We are looking for:

  • An excellent subject specialist who can teach English across KS3 &4 (with a potential for KS5)
  • Commitment to ensuring that students maximise every opportunity to achieve academically and personally.
  • A reflective and innovative practitioner with a desire to work collaboratively and to share best practice.
  • An inspirational teacher who can build positive relationships with students to motivate them to achieve to their potential

We offer:

  • A unique and inspirational environment to work in.
  • A professional and collaborative school with a commitment to continued professional development.
  • The opportunity to join a strong staff team, where our values are integral to all we do.

In a friendly and welcoming school with supportive colleagues, you’ll be able to make a real impact on our school, and on the lives of our children.

To apply, please send a completed application form to Claire Hardware (HR Manager) by email at cmh@maltonschool.org

Closing date: 9am Tuesday 16th  April 2024
Interviews: Monday 22nd April 2024

Application Form

Booklet


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