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Bourne Grammar School

Current Vacancies

Thank you for your interest in Bourne Grammar School.  Any vacancies will appear here, therefore please keep checking. Teaching vacancies are also advertised on the TES website.

Bourne Grammar School is a dynamic educational community built on strong ethical foundations. We believe in supporting all members of our school, whether they be students or staff, and we share a commitment to fostering a positive atmosphere and promoting the best possible outcomes for all. As an employer we ensure strong professional development opportunities and encourage staff to identify ways in which they can improve and develop. We believe in adjusting to individual needs and treating individuals as individuals. Leadership within the school is characterised by collaboration, consultation and a willingness to listen.

Bourne Grammar School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and expects all who work here to share this commitment. Successful applicants will be subject to an enhanced DBS disclosure and satisfactory references checks.

Bourne Grammar School is committed to promoting equality of opportunity for all students and staff, both current and prospective, and in this position, you will actively support an environment and culture that values diversity and inclusion.

Teaching Vacancies:

We currently have a vacancy for a Teacher of Physics to start working with us in September 2024.

The Physics department currently consists of five full time specialist teachers and Physics is taught by specialists from Year 9 upwards. We follow the AQA Physics specification and guide students through one of two routes, with typically three sets of students taking separate Sciences and two sets following Combined Science. Results at Key Stage 4 are consistently amongst the best in the School; the 2023 results were particularly outstanding with 57.1% of students achieving either grade 8 or 9 in Physics. 100% of students achieved grade 5 or above.

Physics is a very popular A-level choice. We currently have three teaching sets at both AS and A2 level following the AQA specification, with a total of 50 students in year 12 and 40 in year 13. Results are again impressive with 61.3% of students in 2023 achieving grades A*-A.  83.9% gained at least a grade B, while 96.8% received a D or above. Many of our students go on to study Science related subjects such as Physics, Engineering, and Medicine at top universities, including Oxbridge.

The Physics department runs a number of extra-curricular activities to further engage students with the subject and extend their learning.  These include trips to CERN in Geneva and to Warwick University, the British Physics Olympiad/Challenge for years 11 to 13, as well as assisting with year 7 Science Club.

To apply for this role, please visit the Vacancies section on our website to download an application form: www.bourne-grammar.lincs.sch.uk. Completed application forms should be sent to Ms Hill via [email protected] before 12:00 on Wednesday 06 March 2024.

We reserve the right to close applications early should a suitable candidate be identified prior to the closing date

Non-Teaching Vacancies:

At present, we have the following vacancies:

Site Manager

This is an exciting opportunity for candidates who wish to lead our Site team.  With the support of the Leadership Team and Governors, the post holder will contribute to the strategic development of the School site by ensuring the smooth operation of the site support function within the school.  The post holder will lead and supervise the site team and play an active part in the life of the School and to support the delivery of the School’s purpose statement of the best atmosphere, the best support, the best results.

The role is for 52 weeks a year, 37 hours per week and will be remunerated at Grade 9, Points 24-27 (£36,648-£40,221), with a start date of Monday 03 June 2024.

To apply for this role, please visit the Vacancies section on our website to download an application form: www.bourne-grammar.lincs.sch.uk. Completed application forms should be sent to Ms Hill via [email protected] before 12:00 on Wednesday 06 March 2024.

Teaching Assistant

The post holder will assist in the support and inclusion of a named learner with Special Educational Needs (SEN) under the direction of the SENCO, mostly assisting Class Teachers as directed within the classroom and during unstructured times.  The post holder will support the improvement of student achievement by delivering interventions to individual students or small groups of students and will support the wider life of the school on occasions, as directed.

This role is for 15 hours per week - Monday-Friday 09:15-12:35 (including an unpaid 20-minute break between 11:20-11:40), 38 weeks per year (plus 2 training days). The role attracts remuneration of Grade 4 (FTE £23,893 - £25,119) and will be paid pro-rata as per the hours worked.

To apply for this role, please visit the Vacancies section on our website to download an application form: www.bourne-grammar.lincs.sch.uk. Completed application forms should be sent to Ms Hill via [email protected] before 12:00 on Monday 11 March 2024.

We reserve the right to close applications early should a suitable candidate be identified prior to the closing date.

Teacher Training:

Applications for Teacher Training are opening soon.  Please click here for more details.