Vacancies

Teaching Vacancies

We currently have no teaching vacancies, however, we invite you to send us your CV to register your interest in our school. We will keep your details on file and will contact you should a suitable vacancy arise.

Please send your details to office@wcsc.org.uk


Support Vacancies

Mathematics Tutor

Salary:  Surrey Pay – £18,000 (FTE £19,608)

36 hrs per week / 42 weeks per year

We are looking for confident, imaginative and enthusiastic graduates with a degree in Mathematics (or a related subject) to provide a complementary service to teachers and other staff, addressing the needs of disadvantaged students who require intervention and assistance in overcoming barriers to learning in order to achieve their full potential. You will work to support classroom teachers and deliver targeted small group sessions. This would be a great opportunity for someone considering teaching or for anyone who would just like to make a real difference to the lives of young people.

A person specification, job description and application form are available below.

Applicants should apply in writing detailing their suitability for the post in relation to the job description and person specification, with 2 sides of A4 as a maximum.

Applications should be posted or emailed to Mrs R. Zimmerman, Headteacher’s PA (r.zimmerman@wcsc.org.uk).

Interview date:           to be confirmed (this school reserves the right to interview promptly should a suitable candidate apply)

This school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.  An enhanced DBS check will be required prior to commencement.

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Science Tutor

Salary:  Surrey Pay – £18,000 (FTE £19,608)

36 hrs per week / 42 weeks per year

We are looking for confident, imaginative and enthusiastic graduates with a degree in Science (or a related subject) to provide a complementary service to teachers and other staff, addressing the needs of disadvantaged students who require intervention and assistance in overcoming barriers to learning in order to achieve their full potential. You will work to support classroom teachers and deliver targeted small group sessions. This would be a great opportunity for someone considering teaching or for anyone who would just like to make a real difference to the lives of young people.

A person specification, job description and application form are available below.

Applicants should apply in writing detailing their suitability for the post in relation to the job description and person specification, with 2 sides of A4 as a maximum.

Applications should be posted or emailed to Mrs R. Zimmerman, Headteacher’s PA (r.zimmerman@wcsc.org.uk).

Interview date:           to be confirmed (this school reserves the right to interview promptly should a suitable candidate apply)

This school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.  An enhanced DBS check will be required prior to commencement.

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Assistant Educational Psychologist

Required for September 2018

Salary: Surrey Pay (£21,000)

5 days a week (36 hours) – Term time only (39 weeks per year)

We are seeking an enthusiastic and dedicated Assistant Educational Psychologist to work alongside the school’s Head of Learning Support and Educational Psychologist. As part of the team, you will promote, develop and secure the highest standard of provision for children, families and the school. This post will provide you with an opportunity to gain high quality experience prior to applying for a place on a recognised doctoral training course.

Would you like to:

  • Undertake psychological assessments, questionnaires, self-report measures, rating scales, direct and indirect observations and semi-structured interviews
  • Provide a high standard of interventions for children with learning, social or emotional needs (e.g. 1:1 sessions, or group sessions)
  • Provide high quality advice to teachers and parents, which makes best use of their individual capacity and experiences
  • Attend and contribute to appropriate multi-disciplinary meetings and reviews (e.g. reporting assessment results, handing over behaviour guidelines or providing feedback on progress)
  • Develop staff’s knowledge and understanding of psychology and child development (e.g. training, workshops, drop in sessions)
  • Organise and successfully deliver action research projects in school
  • Deliver core services and early intervention work in our school.
  • Work directly with young people, staff and parents.
  • Support initiatives to promote the wellbeing of children through early intervention and school development work.
  • Support with evidenced-based assessments/interventions to individual children and/or groups and contribute to the planning and delivery of training.
  • Undertake small scale research, projects including analysis of data.
  • Receive a programme of induction, training and supervision.

In return you will have:

  • A good (single or joint) honours degree in Psychology.
  • Relevant experience working with children and young people.
  • Knowledge and understanding of how to apply psychology in educational and community settings.
  • Knowledge of methods of collecting and analysing data.
  • The ability to work to deadlines, with a high standard of report writing.
  • Ability to communicate effectively and be competent with IT.
  • Knowledge of and experience in working with children and young people with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND) will be an advantage.

You will receive regular supervision from an experienced member of the team and have opportunities for team work and support from a range of professionals. This would be an ideal opportunity for someone wishing to gain relevant experience with a view to applying for a place to train in Educational or Clinical Psychology.

Further information and an application form are available below

Applications must be posted or emailed to Mrs R. Zimmerman, Headteacher’s PA (r.zimmerman@wcsc.org.uk)

Applicants should also include a statement of application outlining their suitability for the post in relation to the job description and person specification, with 2 sides of A4 as a maximum.

Interview date:   Thursday 19th July 2018  (this school reserves the right to interview promptly should a suitable  candidate apply)

This school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.  An enhanced DBS check will be required prior to commencement.


Cover Supervisor

Start date to be negotiated

5 days a week (30 hours) – S6 (£15,318 to £17,982 pro-rata rate)

Term time only (39 weeks per year)

We are looking for a graduate to cover for absent teachers in supervising/supporting students in classrooms.  The ability to relate well with young people is essential and training will be provided.  This is an excellent route into teaching or a gap year job.

A person specification, job description and application form are available below.

Applicants should include a statement of application outlining their suitability for the post in relation to the job description and person specification, with 2 sides of A4 as a maximum.

Applications should be posted or emailed to Mrs R. Zimmerman, Headteacher’s PA (r.zimmerman@wcsc.org.uk).

Interview date:           to be confirmed (this school reserves the right to interview promptly should a suitable candidate apply)

This school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.  An enhanced DBS check will be required prior to commencement.

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Lunchtime Supervisors

Salary:  £8.60 per hour

We are looking to appoint Lunch-time Supervisors who will work together with other staff members to provide lunchtime supervision for students aged 11-16 years.  The successful candidates will be responsible for ensuring the safety, welfare and positive behaviour of students during the lunch break period.  You will ideally have previous experience of working with children.

Hours:  12.20 pm to 1.50 p.m. Monday to Friday (term-time only)

Further information and an application form are available below.

Applications must be posted or emailed to Rebecca Zimmerman, Headteacher’s PA, on r.zimmerman@wcsc.org.uk

Applicants should ensure they include a statement detailing their suitability for the post in relation to the job description and person specification, with 2 sides of A4 as a maximum.

Interview date:    to be confirmed

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This school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.  An enhanced DBS check will be required prior to commencement.


Higher Level Teaching Assistant (HTLA)

Required from September 2018

5 days a week (35 hours) – Term time only (39 weeks per year)

Surrey Grade S6

£17,871 to £20,979 pro-rata rate (£21,563 to £25,313 FTE)

We require an HLTA to join our team who is able to manage small groups of students to work effectively/productively (or an experienced Learning Support Assistant who is willing to train) and would also be prepared to run an after-school homework club.

Applicants should have good oral and written communication skills and be able to work as part of a team.  They should be pro-active and flexible and have the ability to plan and prioritise tasks and maintain confidentiality.  They should also have a positive approach to working with a range of students and their families, and be motivated to support students to progress and become independent learners.

Further information and an application form are available below

Applicants should include a statement of application outlining their suitability for the post in relation to the job description and person specification, with 2 sides of A4 as a maximum.

Applications must be posted or emailed to Mrs R. Zimmerman, the Headteacher’s PA on r.zimmerman@wcsc.org.uk

Interview date:    to be confirmed

More Information

This school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.  An enhanced DBS check will be required prior to commencement.


Learning Support Assistant (LSA)

Required from September 2018

Hours negotiable / Term time only (39 weeks per year)

Surrey Grade S3 (£16,334 to £17,866 FTE)

Applicants should have good oral and written communication skills and be able to work as part of a team.  They should be pro-active and flexible and have the ability to plan and prioritise tasks and maintain confidentiality.  They should also have a positive approach to working with a range of students, and be motivated to support students to progress and become independent learners.

Further information and an application form are available below.

Applicants should include a statement of application outlining their suitability for the post in relation to the job description and person specification, with 2 sides of A4 as a maximum.

Applications must be posted or emailed to Mrs R. Zimmerman, the Headteacher’s PA, on r.zimmerman@wcsc.org.uk

Interview date:    to be confirmed      (this school reserves the right to interview promptly should a suitable candidate apply)

This school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. An enhanced DBS check will be required prior to commencement.