GREAT ORMOND STREET HOSPITAL SCHOOL
Required September 2023
Inner London Pay Scale + SEND allowance
(M5-UPS – not suitable for NQTs)
We are seeking to appoint an inspiring, innovative, and highly motivated secondary teacher to join our passionate and experienced team. This is an exciting opportunity to develop your teaching in a unique setting, ensuring pupils, as far as their health permits, engage in their statutory entitlement to education.
The focus of this role will be to support students with MLD across a range of subjects so that they can access a meaningful and personalised education whilst integrating within the Hospital School. These pupils may be accessing education at a mainstream school or specialist provision in their community.
We welcome applications from teachers with the relevant experience from either a secondary mainstream school, special school or alternative provision.
Key aspects of this role include:
We are looking to appoint individuals with a positive outlook and a proactive attitude who are prepared to tackle any area of the curriculum.
We encourage interested applicants to read our website carefully . A job description and further information can be found on the website.
You will quickly see that you are applying to an extremely creative, successful school with a clear ethos of achievement, continuity and enjoyment for our truly exceptional pupils.
CLOSING DATE FOR APPLICATIONS: 9 am Friday 28 April 2023
INTERVIEWS: w/c 8 May 2023
Please note we cannot accommodate visits prior to applications and we will only contact those candidates who are shortlisted for interview. Tours of the school will be offered as part of the interview process.
Any queries should be made by email to Please do NOT call the School directly. We will not accept or respond to CVs or incomplete application forms. Please email your completed application form by email via the button below.
The Children’s Hospital School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults (please click on link to our policy) and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. The successful applicant will be required to undertake an enhanced DBS check, pass a health check and have at least two supportive references (including most recent employer).
We particularly welcome applications from underrepresented groups including ethnicity, gender, transgender, age, disability, sexual orientation or religion.