Second in Computer Science & Business Studies

7Job Title: Second in Computer Science & Business Studies

Salary: MPS/UPS + TLR 2a £2,720

Contract Type: Permanent 

Contract Hours: full time

Closing Date:  Midday - 15 July 2019 

Interview Date/s: TBC

Potential applicants are both welcome and encouraged to visit the School. Please contact Sarah Mullane, HR Administrator to make an appointment to visit us. 

Do you want to join and support the leadership of a dedicated and passionate Computing department?  We are looking for an ambitious and enthusiastic Second in Computer Science & Business Studies to start in September 2019.  

We are looking for someone who wants to grow as a leader in a supportive and dynamic environment.  If you want to play a pivotal role in the ongoing development and growth within our department, then this is your opportunity.

You will bring energy, positivity and high expectations for all, supporting the vision of the Computing department ensuring that every pupil deserves an excellent education and there are ‘no shortcuts to success'.

The successful candidate needs:
  • Qualified Teacher Status
  • A teacher who is keen to work as part of a team and share ideas and good practice
  • Evidence of outstanding teaching practice and pupil progress within your lessons
  • A passion for raising the achievement of all pupils
  • Have high expectations of pupil achievement and behaviour
  • Be effective communicators with staff, parents and pupils
  • A deep understanding of pedagogy and its effective application
  • Provide and maintain a stimulating classroom environment that promotes pupil’s learning
  • Contribute to our programme of super learner clubs
We can offer you
  • Excellent Continuing Professional Development opportunities
  • Supportive staff team
  • Enthusiastic pupils who want to learn
  • Excellent LSA support
  • Employee benefit scheme (Perkbox)
  • Excellent Staff Room facilities
  • Discounted membership access to an on-site recreation centre, sports equipment and facilities including a swimming pool and gym
  • Employee advice, information and counselling service – AXA Be Supported

We would welcome the opportunity to show you around our school. Please contact Sarah Mullane, HR Administrator to make an appointment.


In order to create super learners equipped with the qualifications, knowledge, and skills to make lifelong choices we are committed to developing the following key skills: Resilience, Responsibility, Rationality, Reflection and Resourcefulness (5Rs). We are uncompromising in our belief that there are ‘no shortcuts to success’ and are dedicated to ensuring the academic, social and emotional progress of all our pupils.


In order to support pupils achieving the 5Rs, Lea Manor High School staff plan and prepare lessons that encourage and support independence. We consistently monitor and track pupils’ progress in line with curriculum expectations supporting them in becoming lifelong learners.  Our passion for learning means we bring our subject to life beyond the classroom.  We provide pupils with innovative intervention programmes that enrich their knowledge and serve to broaden horizons.

At our school every child matters to us, we ensure that our additional learning programmes provide pupils with the support to achieve in line with their peers. Sometimes families experience difficulties and we work with pupils alongside parent/carers, as well as, outside agencies to ensure pupils are kept on track to achieve great outcomes.

We are fortunate to have a fantastic building that provides a superb learning environment. The school is a richly diverse community and this is something that we celebrate.  Learning spaces have been carefully designed to provide optimum conditions for learning and the allocation of ICT facilities to teaching rooms is very generous. Our community facilities, which include a library and a theatre, have been developed with our mission ‘no shortcuts to success’.

Lea Manor High School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. Applicants must be willing to undergo child protection screening appropriate to the post, including checks with past employers and the Disclosure & Barring Service (DBS).


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