Thank you for your interest in joining Salendine Nook High School Academy!


Aspiration

Unity

Achievement

Thank you for taking the time to consider a career with us.  Please explore our website to get a full flavour of our school and values.  We are incredibly proud of our school and the work we do to ensure that all of the children who receive their education with us are happy, safe and successful in all areas of their lives.

The care, support and nurture which underpins our school values and aims is also extended to our staff body.  Our leadership team are committed to both supporting career development of every member of staff, whilst ensuring an excellent work – life balance.  We firmly believe that a happy staff body will ensure our students will receive the best education and care possible.  On average our staff body has been with us for 10 years and over three quarters have been with us from between 5 and 20 years; we are very proud of our retention rates, as they reflect our desire to create a happy and strong staff body.


Meet the Principal

This short video delivered by the Principal, Mr Darren Christian, will give you an overview of our values, facilities and a snapshot of our school.

Meet our students

Everything we do is with the aim of securing the best outcomes for all of our students. In this video some of our students give their views on what it is like to be part of our school community.

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Why choose us?

Wherever possible we want to offer as many incentives and rewards as we can to our staff.  It is our strong belief that even the small investments show our staff that we care and value the time and commitment our staff give.

  • Pension
  • Competitive salaries
  • Outerwear for staff undertaking duties
  • Opportunities to earn TOIL (in addition to holiday entitlement)
  • Laptop or device for (teaching staff)
  • Staff swimming and water polo sessions before school
  • Staff football and team sports after school
  • Staff shopping benefits with linked app
  • Staff work room

STAFF TESTIMONIALS

"I like working at SNHS because of the TLR opportunities available to staff. One of the greatest things I enjoy about working at SNHS are the House competitions. The camaraderie and fun we can have with students outside of the classroom makes the teacher-student bond stronger."

Teacher of Modern Foreign Languages

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Caring for our staff and their wellbeing

This is led by the staff body and there is a wellbeing committee which meets regularly and feeds ideas and issues back to the senior leadership team on a termly basis.
The staff body have led on a raffle which is run each Monday.  Please see the booklet for more details on this.

Teaching staff Support & Progression

For career development and progression, please refer to the booklet.  This outlines our commitment to our teaching staff and opportunities to progress your development no matter what your stage of teaching.

Current Vacancies


Teaching Posts


DIRECTOR OF MATHEMATICS
L10-L12 (£52,723 - £55,338)
Required for September 2022

We are seeking to appoint a permanent, full time Director of Mathematics. The successful candidate will have some leadership experience in Mathematics as a TLR holder and must able to teach across the age range and ability spectrum through to GCSE Grade 9.
First and foremost, we require a teacher who can build excellent relationships with staff and students. This requires a range of leadership styles, a warm personality and genuine caring interest in staff and young people. The successful candidate will lead on subject knowledge development, resource development, assessment and pedagogy in Mathematics.
A commitment to the extra-curricular life of the school is essential.

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LEAD PRACTITIONER - MATHEMATICS
L7-L9 (£49,261 - £51,656)
Required for September 2022

We are seeking to appoint a permanent, full time Lead Practitioner for Mathematics. The successful candidate will have some experience of (or interest in) staff development in Mathematics and must able to teach across the age range and ability spectrum through to GCSE Grade 9. The post holder will also work closely with the Director of Mathematics in continuing to develop the department.
First and foremost, we require a teacher who can build excellent relationships with staff and students. This requires a warm personality and genuine caring interest in staff and young people. The successful candidate will lead on subject knowledge development and pedagogy in Mathematics.

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