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Teacher Vacancies

Start Date: September 2023

To register your interest, please send a covering letter along with your CV to applications@mcsbrent.co.uk

Please include your A-Level subjects and grades on your CV.

Please include answers to these questions in your covering letter:

  1. Why teach Politics at Michaela?
  2. How would you fit in with our unique ethos?

Suitable candidates will be interviewed promptly upon receipt of application. The closing date will be brought forward in the event that the post is filled.

Michaela Community School is an exciting and successful free school that opened in September 2014 in Wembley, and is rated Outstanding by Ofsted. You may have heard of us: our headmistress, Katharine Birbalsingh, is often in the news saying things that others find controversial but that we think are common sense. They call her ‘the strictest headmistress in Britain’ but all that means is that she has high standards for the kids. Last year, our Progress 8 at GCSE was 2.27, the highest Progress 8 in the country. Nearly three quarters of our GCSE papers achieved a 7 to 9 grade. We also got 95% grade 5s in English and Maths. Our A level results were equally impressive with almost three quarters of our A-Level exams graded A* or A, and 75% of students went on to Russell Group universities, including Oxbridge, Imperial and LSE.

The ambition of our vibrant and energetic team is to transform the lives of all children, including those from disadvantaged backgrounds. Many of us are Teach First Ambassadors. Some of us are not. All of us want to change the world by showing that a child’s home circumstances don’t have to be a barrier to exceptional success.

We are looking for someone with a lot of personality, someone who wants to own their classroom and have vibrant and authentic relationships with their pupils. We want teachers who are conscientious, enjoy being with teenagers, and love to see kids succeed. Our children work hard in lessons and at home, driven by their teachers’ ambitious expectations of them. Our excellent behaviour systems allow teachers to be themselves, and be as innovative as they like.

You will get the chance to really think about what makes for great teaching. You will also become a better teacher…even if you think you are an ‘old hand’! Our behaviour systems are so consistently well-managed that, instead of worrying about low-level disruption, you are able to try out what works best for the pupils you are teaching. The relationships you can forge with pupils are exceptional.

There will be a lot of opportunities for promotion, and we invest in the development of our people. If you have heard of Michaela and feel a little intimidated, don’t be! There are a variety of people who teach here, all of them friendly and welcoming. Don’t think you are not good enough. We would love to hear from you. You have nothing to lose by sending us your CV.

There is no other school in the country like Michaela. You can watch interviews with new staff on their experiences joining Michaela here: https://michaela.education/recruitment/

You are also very welcome to visit the school – and we would recommend it. We are 30 seconds from Wembley Park tube, accessible by both the Jubilee and Metropolitan lines. This means we are 20-30 minutes away from Bond Street or Kings Cross! Visitors often say seeing the school in action changed their minds on a variety of topics and allowed them to see the school as it really is.

At Michaela teachers are paid using the teacher inner London pay scales.

To register your interest, please send a covering letter along with your CV to applications@mcsbrent.co.uk

Please include answers to these questions:

  1. Why teach History at Michaela?
  2. How would you fit in with our unique ethos?

Suitable candidates will be interviewed promptly upon receipt of application. The closing date will be brought forward in the event that the post is filled.

Michaela Community School is an exciting and successful free school that opened in September 2014 in Wembley, and is rated Outstanding by Ofsted. You may have heard of us: our headmistress, Katharine Birbalsingh, is often in the news saying things that others find controversial but that we think are common sense. They call her ‘the strictest headmistress in Britain’ but all that means is that she has high standards for the kids. Last year, our Progress 8 at GCSE was 2.27, the highest Progress 8 in the country. Nearly three quarters of our GCSE papers achieved a 7 to 9 grade. We also got 95% grade 5s in English and Maths. Our A level results were equally impressive with almost three quarters of our A-Level exams graded A* or A, and 75% of students went on to Russell Group universities, including Oxbridge, Imperial and LSE.

The ambition of our vibrant and energetic team is to transform the lives of all children, including those from disadvantaged backgrounds. Many of us are Teach First Ambassadors. Some of us are not. All of us want to change the world by showing that a child’s home circumstances don’t have to be a barrier to exceptional success.

We are looking for someone with a lot of personality, someone who wants to own their classroom and have vibrant and authentic relationships with their pupils. We want teachers who are conscientious, enjoy being with teenagers, and love to see kids succeed. Our children work hard in lessons and at home, driven by their teachers’ ambitious expectations of them. Our excellent behaviour systems allow teachers to be themselves, and be as innovative as they like.

You will get the chance to really think about what makes for great teaching. You will also become a better teacher…even if you think you are an ‘old hand’! Our behaviour systems are so consistently well-managed that, instead of worrying about low-level disruption, you are able to try out what works best for the pupils you are teaching. The relationships you can forge with pupils are exceptional.

There will be a lot of opportunities for promotion, and we invest in the development of our people. If you have heard of Michaela and feel a little intimidated, don’t be! There are a variety of people who teach here, all of them friendly and welcoming. Don’t think you are not good enough. We would love to hear from you. You have nothing to lose by sending us your CV.

There is no other school in the country like Michaela. Check out our website and watch some interviews with new staff on their experiences joining Michaela here: https://michaela.education/recruitment/

You are also very welcome to visit the school – and we would recommend it. We are 30 seconds from Wembley Park tube, accessible by both the Jubilee and Metropolitan lines. This means we are 20-30 minutes away from Bond Street or Kings Cross! Visitors often say seeing the school in action changed their minds on a variety of topics and allowed them to see the school as it really is.

At Michaela teachers are paid using the teacher inner London pay scales.

To register your interest, please send a covering letter along with your CV to applications@mcsbrent.co.uk

Please include answers to these questions:

  1. Why teach English at Michaela?
  2. How would you fit in with our unique ethos?

Suitable candidates will be interviewed promptly upon receipt of application. The closing date will be brought forward in the event that the post is filled.

Michaela Community School is an exciting and successful free school that opened in September 2014 in Wembley, and is rated Outstanding by Ofsted. They call her ‘the strictest headmistress in Britain’ but all that means is that she has high standards for the kids. Last year, our Progress 8 at GCSE was 2.27, the highest Progress 8 in the country. Nearly three quarters of our GCSE papers achieved a 7 to 9 grade. We also got 95% grade 5s in English and Maths. Our A level results were equally impressive with almost three quarters of our A-Level exams graded A* or A, and 75% of students went on to Russell Group universities, including Oxbridge, Imperial and LSE.

The ambition of our vibrant and energetic team is to transform the lives of all children, including those from disadvantaged backgrounds. Many of us are Teach First Ambassadors. Some of us are not. All of us want to change the world by showing that a child’s home circumstances don’t have to be a barrier to exceptional success.

We are looking for an English Teacher with a lot of personality, someone who wants to own their classroom and have vibrant and authentic relationships with their pupils. We want teachers who are conscientious, enjoy being with teenagers, and love to see kids succeed. Our children work hard in lessons and at home, driven by their teachers’ ambitious expectations of them. Our excellent behaviour systems allow teachers to be themselves, and be as innovative as they like.

You will get the chance to really think about what makes for great teaching. You will also become a better teacher…even if you think you are an ‘old hand’! Our behaviour systems are so consistently well-managed that, instead of worrying about low-level disruption, you are able to try out what works best for the pupils you are teaching. The relationships you can forge with pupils are exceptional.

We teach a mastery curriculum, covering fewer topics each year, and doing so in real depth. In the English Department, pupils are challenged from the beginning of year 7 to read and write about the most enduring texts; the best that has been thought and said. We study four Shakespeare plays, a wide range of poetry and classic texts. Reading is at the heart of the school, and we aim to support all pupils – regardless of ability or background – to read many classic or notable works of literature during their time here.

There will be a lot of opportunities for promotion, and we invest in the development of our people. If you have heard of Michaela and feel a little intimidated, don’t be! There are a variety of people who teach here, all of them friendly and welcoming. Don’t think you are not good enough. We would love to hear from you. You have nothing to lose by sending us your CV.

There is no other school in the country like Michaela. Check out our website and watch some interviews with new staff on their experiences joining Michaela here: https://michaela.education/recruitment/

You are also very welcome to visit the school – and we would recommend it. We are 30 seconds from Wembley Park tube, accessible by both the Jubilee and Metropolitan lines. This means we are 20-30 minutes away from Bond Street or Kings Cross! Visitors often say seeing the school in action changed their minds on a variety of topics and allowed them to see the school as it really is.

At Michaela teachers are paid using the teacher inner London pay scales.

To register your interest, please send a covering letter that includes answers to these questions:

  1. Why do you want to teach Art at Michaela?
  2. How would you fit in with our unique ethos?

Please also send a sample of your artwork to applications@mcsbrent.co.uk.

We are looking for a fine art teacher with the skills to teach children how to draw and paint using pencil, charcoal, acrylic paints and other similar media. We would therefore like to see examples of your fine artwork that demonstrate skills in these areas.

In particular you might consider sending us:

  • a still life hand drawn or painted
  • a portrait hand drawn or painted
  • sketches demonstrating your skills with shape and shading.
  • hand drawn/ painted landscapes or cityscapes.

We will not consider:

  • photographs
  • textile works
  • digitally produced pieces.

You may wish to send photographs, textile works or digital pieces to provide broader context for your work, but this will not be considered specifically when shortlisting for the role.

Suitable candidates will be interviewed promptly upon receipt of application. The closing date will be brought forward in the event that the post is filled.

If you love art and/or photography, do apply! We offer Art and Photography GCSE.

Michaela Community School is an exciting and successful free school that opened in September 2014 in Wembley and is rated Outstanding by Ofsted. You may have heard of us: our headmistress, Katharine Birbalsingh, is often in the news saying things that others find controversial but that we think are common sense. They call her ‘the strictest headmistress in Britain’ but all that means is that she has high standards for the kids. Last year, our Progress 8 at GCSE was 2.27, the highest Progress 8 in the country. Nearly three quarters of our GCSE papers achieved a 7 to 9 grade. We also got 95% grade 5s in English and Maths. Our A level results were equally impressive with almost three quarters of our A-Level exams graded A* or A, and 75% of students went on to Russell Group universities, including Oxbridge, Imperial and LSE.

The ambition of our vibrant and energetic team is to transform the lives of all children, including those from disadvantaged backgrounds. Many of us are Teach First Ambassadors. Some of us are not. All of us want to change the world by showing that a child’s home circumstances don’t have to be a barrier to exceptional success.

We are looking for someone with a lot of personality, someone who wants to own their classroom and have vibrant and authentic relationships with their pupils. We want teachers who are conscientious, enjoy being with teenagers, and love to see kids succeed. Our children work hard in lessons and at home, driven by their teachers’ ambitious expectations of them. Our excellent behaviour systems allow teachers to be themselves, and be as innovative as they like.

We don’t require you to have a teaching qualification. We invest in the development of our people. If you have heard of Michaela and feel a little intimidated, don’t be! There are a variety of people who teach here, all of them friendly and welcoming. We would love to hear from you.

There is no other school in the country like Michaela. Check out our website and watch some interviews with new staff on their experiences joining Michaela here: https://michaela.education/recruitment/

You are also very welcome to visit the school – and we would recommend it. We are 30 seconds from Wembley Park tube, accessible by both the Jubilee and Metropolitan lines. This means we are 20-30 minutes away from Bond Street or Kings Cross! Visitors often say seeing the school in action changed their minds on a variety of topics and allowed them to see the school as it really is.

At Michaela teachers are paid using the teacher inner London pay scales.

To register your interest, please send a covering letter along with your CV to applications@mcsbrent.co.uk

Please include answers to these questions:

  1. Why teach French at Michaela?
  2. How would you fit in with our unique ethos?

Suitable candidates will be interviewed promptly upon receipt of application. The closing date will be brought forward in the event that the post is filled.

Michaela Community School is an exciting and successful free school that opened in September 2014 in Wembley, and is rated Outstanding by Ofsted. You may have heard of us: our headmistress, Katharine Birbalsingh, is often in the news saying things that others find controversial but that we think are common sense. They call her ‘the strictest headmistress in Britain’ but all that means is that she has high standards for the kids. Last year, our Progress 8 at GCSE was 2.27, the highest Progress 8 in the country. Nearly three quarters of our GCSE papers achieved a 7 to 9 grade. We also got 95% grade 5s in English and Maths. Our A level results were equally impressive with almost three quarters of our A-Level exams graded A* or A, and 75% of students went on to Russell Group universities, including Oxbridge, Imperial and LSE.

The ambition of our vibrant and energetic team is to transform the lives of all children, including those from disadvantaged backgrounds. Many of us are Teach First Ambassadors. Some of us are not. All of us want to change the world by showing that a child’s home circumstances don’t have to be a barrier to exceptional success.

We are looking for a French Teacher with a lot of personality, someone who wants to own their classroom and have vibrant and authentic relationships with their pupils. We want teachers who are conscientious, enjoy being with teenagers, and love to see kids succeed. Our children work hard in lessons and at home, driven by their teachers’ ambitious expectations of them. Our excellent behaviour systems allow teachers to be themselves, and be as innovative as they like.

You will get the chance to really think about what makes for great teaching. You will also become a better teacher…even if you think you are an ‘old hand’! Our behaviour systems are so consistently well-managed that, instead of worrying about low-level disruption, you are able to try out what works best for the pupils you are teaching. The relationships you can forge with pupils are exceptional.

There will be a lot of opportunities for promotion, and we invest in the development of our people. If you have heard of Michaela and feel a little intimidated, don’t be! There are a variety of people who teach here, all of them friendly and welcoming. Don’t think you are not good enough. We would love to hear from you. You have nothing to lose by sending us your CV.

There is no other school in the country like Michaela. Watch some interviews with new staff on their experiences joining Michaela here below.

You are also very welcome to visit the school – and we would recommend it. We are 30 seconds from Wembley Park tube, accessible by both the Jubilee and Metropolitan lines. This means we are 20-30 minutes away from Bond Street or Kings Cross! Visitors often say seeing the school in action changed their minds on a variety of topics and allowed them to see the school as it really is.

At Michaela teachers are paid using the teacher inner London pay scales.

To register your interest, please send a covering letter along with your CV to applications@mcsbrent.co.uk

Please include answers to these questions:

  1. Why teach RE/Philosophy at Michaela?
  2. How would you fit in with our unique ethos?

Suitable candidates will be interviewed promptly upon receipt of application. The closing date will be brought forward in the event that the post is filled.

Michaela Community School is an exciting and successful free school that opened in September 2014 in Wembley, and is rated Outstanding by Ofsted. You may have heard of us: our headmistress, Katharine Birbalsingh, is often in the news saying things that others find controversial but that we think are common sense. They call her ‘the strictest headmistress in Britain’ but all that means is that she has high standards for the kids. Last year, our Progress 8 at GCSE was 2.27, the highest Progress 8 in the country. Nearly three quarters of our GCSE papers achieved a 7 to 9 grade. We also got 95% grade 5s in English and Maths. Our A level results were equally impressive with almost three quarters of our A-Level exams graded A* or A, and 75% of students went on to Russell Group universities, including Oxbridge, Imperial and LSE.

The ambition of our vibrant and energetic team is to transform the lives of all children, including those from disadvantaged backgrounds. Many of us are Teach First Ambassadors. Some of us are not. All of us want to change the world by showing that a child’s home circumstances don’t have to be a barrier to exceptional success.

We are looking for someone with a lot of personality, someone who wants to own their classroom and have vibrant and authentic relationships with their pupils. We want teachers who are conscientious, enjoy being with teenagers, and love to see kids succeed. Our children work hard in lessons and at home, driven by their teachers’ ambitious expectations of them. Our excellent behaviour systems allow teachers to be themselves, and be as innovative as they like.

At Michaela, religion and philosophy teachers see their classes a few times a week instead of once a week. This allows them to build lovely relationships.

You will get the chance to really think about what makes for great teaching. You will also become a better teacher…even if you think you are an ‘old hand’! Our behaviour systems are so consistently well-managed that, instead of worrying about low-level disruption, you are able to try out what works best for the pupils you are teaching. The relationships you can forge with pupils are exceptional.

There will be a lot of opportunities for promotion, and we invest in the development of our people. If you have heard of Michaela and feel a little intimidated, don’t be! There are a variety of people who teach here, all of them friendly and welcoming. Don’t think you are not good enough. We would love to hear from you. You have nothing to lose by applying.

There is no other school in the country like Michaela. Watch some interviews with new staff on their experiences joining Michaela here below.

You are also very welcome to visit the school – and we would recommend it. We are 30 seconds from Wembley Park tube, accessible by both the Jubilee and Metropolitan lines. This means we are 20-30 minutes away from Bond Street or Kings Cross! Visitors often say seeing the school in action changed their minds on a variety of topics and allowed them to see the school as it really is.

At Michaela teachers are paid using the teacher inner London pay scales.

Suitable candidates will be interviewed promptly upon receipt of application. The closing date will be brought forward in the event that the post is filled.

To register your interest, please send a covering letter along with your CV to applications@mcsbrent.co.uk

Please include answers to these questions:

  1. Why do you want to teach Science at Michaela?
  2. How would you fit in with our unique ethos?

Michaela Community School is an exciting and successful free school that opened in September 2014 in Wembley, and is rated Outstanding by Ofsted. You may have heard of us: our headmistress, Katharine Birbalsingh, is often in the news saying things that others find controversial but that we think are common sense. They call her ‘the strictest headmistress in Britain’ but all that means is that she has high standards for the kids. Last year, our Progress 8 at GCSE was 2.27, the highest Progress 8 in the country. Nearly three quarters of our GCSE papers achieved a 7 to 9 grade. We also got 95% grade 5s in English and Maths. Our A level results were equally impressive with almost three quarters of our A-Level exams graded A* or A, and 75% of students went on to Russell Group universities, including Oxbridge, Imperial and LSE.

The ambition of our vibrant and energetic team is to transform the lives of all children, including those from disadvantaged backgrounds. Many of us are Teach First Ambassadors. Some of us are not. All of us want to change the world by showing that a child’s home circumstances don’t have to be a barrier to exceptional success.

We are looking for a Science Teacher with a lot of personality, someone who wants to own their classroom and have vibrant and authentic relationships with their pupils. We want teachers who are conscientious, enjoy being with teenagers, and love to see kids succeed. Our children work hard in lessons and at home, driven by their teachers’ ambitious expectations of them. Our excellent behaviour systems allow teachers to be themselves, and be as innovative as they like.

You will get the chance to really think about what makes for great teaching. You will also become a better teacher…even if you think you are an ‘old hand’! Our behaviour systems are so consistently well-managed that, instead of worrying about low-level disruption, you are able to try out what works best for the pupils you are teaching. The relationships you can forge with pupils are exceptional.

We teach a mastery curriculum, covering fewer topics each year, and doing so in real depth. We promote a genuine enjoyment of Science. Pupils are able to relive the excitement of major scientific discoveries through the eyes of great scientists, such as Robert Hooke and Nicolaus Copernicus. A spiral curriculum is not necessary at Michaela, where pupils really do remember what has been taught. The use of chants and acronyms help pupils to remember information such as cell organelles and functions and the life cycle of a star. The aim for the Science department is for all pupils to study towards Science GCSEs, with no pupils following a more vocational pathway.

There will be a lot of opportunities for promotion, and we invest in the development of our people. If you have heard of Michaela and feel a little intimidated, don’t be! There are a variety of people who teach here, all of them friendly and welcoming. Don’t think you are not good enough. We would love to hear from you. You have nothing to lose by sending us your CV.

There is no other school like Michaela in the country.

We are 30 seconds from Wembley Park tube, accessible by both the Jubilee and Metropolitan lines. This means we are 20-30 minutes away from Bond Street or Kings Cross!

At Michaela teachers are paid using the teacher inner London pay scales.

To register your interest, please send a covering letter along with your CV to applications@mcsbrent.co.uk

Please include answers to these questions:

  1. Why teach Maths at Michaela?
  2. How would you fit in with our unique ethos?

Suitable candidates will be interviewed promptly upon receipt of application. The closing date will be brought forward in the event that the post is filled. If you can teach Maths at A-Level, do let us know.

Michaela Community School is an exciting and successful free school that opened in September 2014 in Wembley, and is rated Outstanding by Ofsted. You may have heard of us: our headmistress, Katharine Birbalsingh, is often in the news saying things that others find controversial but that we think are common sense. They call her ‘the strictest headmistress in Britain’ but all that means is that she has high standards for the kids. Last year, our Progress 8 at GCSE was 2.27, the highest Progress 8 in the country. Nearly three quarters of our GCSE papers achieved a 7 to 9 grade. We also got 95% grade 5s in English and Maths. Our A level results were equally impressive with almost three quarters of our A-Level exams graded A* or A, and 75% of students went on to Russell Group universities, including Oxbridge, Imperial and LSE.

The ambition of our vibrant and energetic team is to transform the lives of all children, including those from disadvantaged backgrounds. Many of us are Teach First Ambassadors. Some of us are not. All of us want to change the world by showing that a child’s home circumstances don’t have to be a barrier to exceptional success.

We are looking for a Maths Teacher with a lot of personality, someone who wants to own their classroom and have vibrant and authentic relationships with their pupils. We want teachers who are conscientious, enjoy being with teenagers, and love to see kids succeed. Our children work hard in lessons and at home, driven by their teachers’ ambitious expectations of them. Our excellent behaviour systems allow teachers to be themselves, and be as innovative as they like.

You will get the chance to really think about what makes for great teaching. You will also become a better teacher…even if you think you are an ‘old hand’! Our behaviour systems are so consistently well-managed that, instead of worrying about low-level disruption, you are able to try out what works best for the pupils you are teaching. The relationships you can forge with pupils are exceptional.

We teach a mastery curriculum, covering fewer topics each year, and doing so in real depth. For example, in year 7 we put a big focus on learning times-tables by heart (through Times Tables Rock Stars and Rolling Numbers) and total fluency with written procedures and choosing appropriate methods. In Year 8, for example, we focus on ensuring a high level of fluency and familiarity with algebraic processes, so that the children can then tackle interesting modelling problems with confidence in the ‘tools’ they are deploying.

There will be a lot of opportunities for promotion, and we invest in the development of our people. If you have heard of Michaela and feel a little intimidated, don’t be! There are a variety of people who teach here, all of them friendly and welcoming. Don’t think you are not good enough. We would love to hear from you. You have nothing to lose by sending us your CV.

There is no other school in the country like Michaela. Watch some interviews with new staff on their experiences joining Michaela below.

We are 30 seconds from Wembley Park tube, accessible by both the Jubilee and Metropolitan lines. This means we are 20-30 minutes away from Bond Street or Kings Cross!

At Michaela teachers are paid using the teacher inner London pay scales.

Support Staff Vacancies

Hours of Work: Mon-Thurs 7:30am-4:30pm, Fri 7:30am-3:30pm. Term Time Only + 2 weeks in August
Salary: Up to £29000 per annum, depending on experience (this has been calculated on a pro rata basis)
Start Date: As soon as possible
Reporting to: Office Manager, Director of Sixth Form and Headmistress
Pension: Local Government Pension Scheme (“LGPS”), London Borough of Brent

This is the type of job in which you feel you are really making a difference! You will never be clock-watching.
Michaela Community School is an exciting and successful free school that opened in September 2014 and is rated Outstanding by Ofsted. The ambition of our vibrant and energetic team is to transform the lives of all children, including those from disadvantaged backgrounds. We have 600 pupils from years 7 to 11 and 100 students in our Sixth Form.

We’re a growing team so there is opportunity for progression. You will join a community of staff dedicated to transforming education. We really invest in our staff!

We are a high-functioning, fast-paced school office. We are looking for someone who is bright, highly organised, has exceptional attention to detail and deals well under pressure. You will be personable, assertive and proactive. The successful candidate will be a logical thinker with charisma and able to prioritise.

The successful candidate must:

  • have a working knowledge or keen interest in learning about the UK’s higher education system and UCAS application process
  • enjoy working with children face to face

General Duties
There are a wide range of responsibilities in this role. Some are listed below:

  • To manage, plan and co-ordinate the administration of the sixth form
  • To be the school’s UCAS officer, responsible for all aspects of UCAS administration and deadlines
  • To administer the 6th form visits programme for offer-holders, and prospective students
  • In consultation with relevant staff, to arrange work experience and the whole school and 6th form speakers programme
  • To administer 6th form events, e.g., open evenings, awards evenings and other Sixth Form events as required.
  • To be the first point of contact with students, parents and external agencies; supporting the Head of Sixth Form and KS5 Tutors

Michaela Community School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. Successful candidates will need to undertake an Enhanced Disclosure via the DBS and/or provide police checks from other countries, where appropriate. Michaela Community School is an equal opportunities employer.

Quick Apply Form

Please use the ‘Quick Apply’ form below to register your interest in future roles below. Once submitted, the form will be sent to the School for consideration. Candidates who meet the requirements of future roles will be contacted and asked to complete our full application form prior to the shortlisting process.

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