NOTTING HILL AND EALING HIGH SCHOOL GDST
Notting Hill & Ealing High School, one of London’s leading independent girls’ day schools, has an exciting opportunity for an inspirational Teacher of Computer Science to join their flourishing Computer Science Department on a part time basis.
You will teach Computer Science to highly motivated and talented pupils throughout the school up to A Level and Oxbridge entrance. In addition to your teaching duties, you will contribute to the excellent provision of curricular and extracurricular activities.
If you are a good communicator who can enthuse and inspire both pupils and colleagues and have exciting ideas about the teaching of Computing and the ways in which it can be further developed and encouraged, we would be delighted to hear from you.
Teaching at NHEHS
“Teaching here is all about being able to have in-depth conversations with students about your subject and helping to enthuse them with the same passion as you have. Teaching at NHEHS is exactly what I imagined teaching would be like when I got my first teaching job; it’s what teaching should be!”
– Head of Department
About the School
NHEHS is a leading academic day school. Our girls are ambitious, bright, enthusiastic and eager to learn and we offer a warm and supportive community. We occupy a site in suburban, leafy, west Ealing with excellent transport links. As part of the Girls’ Day School Trust (GDST), the UK’s leading network of independent girls’ schools, we can offer a variety of benefits, such as:
Further information about this position and how to apply is available by emailing or by clicking the apply button.
Closing date: Wednesday 26th April 2023 (12pm) but early applications are welcomed. Interviews will take place on Friday 5th May 2023.
NHEHS is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, and applicants must be willing to undergo child protection screening appropriate to the post, including checks with past employers and the DBS. Applications will be considered only from candidates who are eligible to work in the UK.
The GDST is committed to diversity, inclusion and real change: a family where every individual is valued, respected and included.