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Due to the growth of The Judd School and popularity of subjects and sixth form, please find below details of our current vacancies. All teacher vacancies can also be found on TES.

Teacher of History 

Main Professional Scale or Upper Pay Scale

The Judd School is a high performing boys’ grammar school which is enriched by a mixed sixth form. Our 2015 Ofsted Report deemed us to be Outstanding in all areas. We are seeking to appoint a knowledgeable and enthusiastic NQT or established teacher to support the unique identity of our school.

History is a popular and successful department within The Judd School. Our average A* rate at GCSE, has stood at 64% between 2012 and 2017 and A’ level results are also strong with over 89% A*-B grades over the past six years. We were particularly pleased with our first set of results within the new AQA course last year where 20% of our students achieved A* grades.
The History Department has always been successful at inspiring students to continue with the subject at university. We are very proud of our Oxbridge and Russell Group success with history students claiming places in history and related disciplines such as PPE each year. The successful applicant will be expected to help continue with this trend and inspire talented historians to continue the subject at university. 

If you require any further information about the vacancy please telephone Mrs Diane O'Grady, PA to the Headteacher on 01732 373550.

Applications can be made directly through the TES website. Alternatively, you can complete the application form below and email it to personnel@judd.kent.sch.uk. You may replace the ‘Applicant Statement’ with a covering letter if you wish, of no more than 2 sides of A4.

Early applications are very much encouraged; the school reserves the right to interview before the closing date.

  • Employment type: Full-time
  • Salary: MPS & UPS
  • Closing date: Midnight Friday 20th April 2018
  • Date of interviews: Monday 23rd April 2018 (please note we reserve the right to interview earlier)
  • Position start date: September 2018

Application Form

Job Description

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Teacher of Mathematics 

Main Professional Scale or Upper Pay Scale

The Judd School is a high performing boys’ grammar school which is enriched by a mixed sixth form. Our 2015 Ofsted Report deemed us to be Outstanding in all areas. We are seeking to appoint a knowledgeable and enthusiastic NQT or established teacher to support the unique identity of our school.

Our students pursue mathematics enthusiastically throughout the school; they enjoy taking mathematics to the very highest level. As a consequence, the majority of them take some form of maths at A level with our current numbers being around 50 further mathematicians and an additional 90 single mathematicians in year 12, with similar numbers in year 13.

You would be part of a team of nine specialist teachers and expected to teach single maths A level classes from day one. We would anticipate that a successful candidate would want to teach, or be trained to teach, further maths at some stage. There is no finer place to be teaching mathematics!

A candidate with the desire and ability to teach Computer Science would be an advantage, but this should not deter anyone from applying.

Applications can be made directly through the TES website. Alternatively, you can complete the application form below and email it to personnel@judd.kent.sch.uk. You may replace the ‘Applicant Statement’ with a covering letter if you wish, of no more than 2 sides of A4.

Early applications are very much encouraged; the school reserves the right to interview before the closing date.

Position start date: September 2018

  • Employment type: Full-time
  • Salary: MPS & UPS
  • Closing date: 4pm Thursday 3rd May 2018
  • Date of interviews: Tuesday 8th May (please note we reserve the right to interview earlier for the right candidate(s))
  • Position start date: September 2018

Application Form

Job Description

Departmental Information

The Judd School is committed to the safeguarding and welfare of young people and expects all staff to share this commitment. Our commitment is underpinned by robust processes and procedures that seek to minimise risk and continuously promote a culture of safeguarding amongst our workforce.

All posts within the school are subject to an enhanced DBS check. We welcome applications from all sections of the community, regardless of gender, race, religion, disability, sexual orientation or age.