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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:

Teacher of Computer Science (MPS/UPS)

We are seeking to appoint a Subject Leader of Computer Science to lead a successful and forward-looking department which benefits from high-quality accommodation, refurbished in 2021. There are four Computer Science rooms; each well appointed with over 30 computers which are upgraded regularly.  All are air-conditioned to provide a pleasant environment for teaching.  Nearby is a newly refurbished, comfortable staff room which includes workspaces for teachers as well as fridges and tea/coffee-making facilities. 

The staff are dedicated professionals, committed to raising standards and improving still further the quality of teaching and learning. Computer Science teachers are ably supported by three full-time, experienced support engineers in the IT Support department. 

Students receive three one-hour Computer Science lessons per fortnight in Year 7, then two hours per fortnight in years 8 and 9. Students choosing to study the subject at GCSE have five hours per fortnight and those studying the A-Level have nine hours per fortnight.

The examination results at both GCSE and A-Level have consistently been very good compared to the national picture. GCSE students follow the Edexcel Computer Science (1CP2), sitting exams in June of Year 11. Student numbers are good: There are presently 42 students taking Computer Science at GCSE in Year 10 and 45 students in Year 11 – two classes in each year.

A-Level students follow the AQA Computer Science specification (7517). There are presently 19 students divided among two groups in Year 12 and one group of 23 students in Year 13.

The well-established departmental curriculum can be viewed online at

To apply for this role, please complete an application form and return it to Ms Hill via [email protected] before 12:00 on Friday 26 April 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 do not have any vacancies.

Teacher Training:

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