Shrewsbury House is an academically rigorous school. The boys, from 7-13, are highly able and do benefit from being stretched intellectually and nurtured pastorally.
Teaching at Shrewsbury House affords the opportunity to prepare boys for some of the most competitive world-class senior schools. The following schools are regular destinations for our boys: Charterhouse, Cranleigh School, Eton College, Epsom College, Hampton School, Harrow School, King’s College School (Wimbledon), Radley College, Reed’s School, St John’s School, St Paul’s School, The Royal Grammar School (Guildford), Tonbridge School, Wellington College, Winchester College and Westminster School. We recruit subject specialists who have experience in a variety of different spheres. Opportunities for extensive CPD abound and staff members are encouraged to attend courses regularly. Mentoring and coaching are features of working within the Trust which many staff take advantage of. There are also opportunities to engage socially with other staff members.
Teaching at Shrewsbury House is not for the faint-hearted and it will only suit those who are committed to delivering a world-class education and genuinely love what they do. Teaching at Shrewsbury House is about empowering boys and creating an environment in which everybody is somebody and where boys are prepared for life, not just for a future school. We cater for the academically gifted as well as all-rounder candidates.
Shrewsbury House School is committed to providing the very highest standard of teaching and pastoral care possible. Our staff are dedicated and incredibly generous with time, going to great lengths to ensure that each child settles in, is well looked after and happy at school.
We recognise that our teachers and support staff are our greatest asset, and therefore, ensure that our recruitment, induction, training and opportunities for growth are designed to recruit and retain staff who are experts in their field.
MINIBUS AND COACH DRIVER (Part-time)
Required to start as soon as possible. To undertake Minibus and Coach journeys as required. Part time hours AM and/or PM and during School day (according to your availability). Term time only plus 3 days either side of term. Hourly pay is £13.33 per hour. Current valid coach licence required.
The Trust requires a flexible, self-motivated and suitably experienced Minibus and Coach Driver to be responsible for driving the School Minibus or Coach in the mornings and afternoons and on occasions throughout the academic school year to carry out other driving requirements for the Trust in accordance with EU Regulation 561/2006.
The successful candidate will be required to have a full unrestricted coach licence (Category D), a current Digital Tachograph Driver Smart Card and a current certificate of Professional Competence (PCV CPC), Driver Qualification card with up to date Periodic Training. The successful candidate will work well as part of a team, and have good communication skills.
Shrewsbury House (founded in 1865), Shrewsbury House Pre-Prep and The Rowans Schools are thriving, highly successful and active schools attracting committed, inspirational and dynamic staff, offering a friendly working environment.
Applications should be emailed to Human Resources at email@example.com by the closing date 22nd November 2019 at 5pm. Applicants will be considered as they are received and the school reserves the right to appoint at any point during the application process.
Shrewsbury House School Trust does not use recruitment agencies to recruit, so please do not contact us.
Recruitment and Selection Policy Statement
Shrewsbury House School is fully committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and expects all staff to share this commitment. Any offer of employment will be subject to the receipt of an enhanced DBS (Disclosure and Barring Service) disclosure, satisfactory references, medical clearance and proof of legal right to work in the UK.
Equal Opportunities Statement
Shrewsbury House School is an equal opportunities employer and its policies, including the need to guard against false assumptions based on an applicant’s gender, race, colour, nationality, ethnic or national origins, disability, religion, age, marital status, working pattern, are followed at all stages of the selection procedure.
Staff Member Privacy Notice
Shrewsbury House School Trust Human Resources Department ensures that the recruitment process and the related processing of applications adheres to the requirements of the General Data Protection Regulation, May 2018. Please click below to read the Staff Member Privacy Notice, which includes details relating to the processing of applications.
If you do have any queries relating to this Privacy Notice, or require any further information relating to the processing of any of your personal data, please feel to raise them with Dr Janis Brumwell, Head of Trust Human Resources: firstname.lastname@example.org