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Head of Faculty for Humanities
Are you an aspirational teacher looking for a new challenge?
Do you have a proven track record as an outstanding classroom practitioner?
Required for September 2018 we are looking to appoint an exceptional, enthusiastic and dedicated professional, with drive and ambition, to join our school as the Head of Humanities.
The position provides an exciting opportunity in a school which is committed to high quality teaching and learning and student success. As an outstanding teacher who has high aspirations, energy and commitment to work with the staff and students at our school you will play a key role in our journey to achieve even greater success.
As Head of Humanities you will have excellent interpersonal skills, a proven record of raising standards, be innovative and inspiring and have the ability to turn ideas and opportunities into success. You will be forward thinking, capable of inspiring students and staff through your passion for teaching and have a firm belief in the potential of all. The Humanities faculty consists of six subject specialists who deliver Geography, History and R.S. to years 7-13.Read More
Executive Principal’s Blog – 23rd March 2018: ‘Bushey Meads School is officially the 5th most popular school in the county!’
Parents and carers may be aware of the Hertfordshire based website School Guru, frequently used by parents at secondary transfer time to assess their chances of securing places within schools in Hertfordshire for their children. A well-used section of the website is named ‘The most-wanted secondary schools in 2018’ and the text is headed by […]Read More
Executive Principal’s Blog – 9th March 2018: ‘Little Things Make the Big Things Possible.’
As we strive for excellence and aim for success in all that we do, it is important to remember that achieving real success and true excellence is all about the important process of gradual evolution, cumulative learning and incremental improvement. John Wooden, the American basketball player and head coach at the University of California, once […]Read More
Executive Principal’s Blog – 2nd February 2018: Working together and supporting each other
As we draw to the end of another busy week that has presented some challenges in terms of the adverse weather conditions, I would like to thank all the staff for their real commitment to the students at Bushey Meads School. Not one of the 30 000 teacher-student contact hours of the week was lost; […]Read More