Computer Science teacher

Computer Science teacher

  • Location

    Central London

  • Sector:

    Senior Schools

  • Salary:

    £35k - 45k per year

  • Contact:

    Jessamine Green

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  • Contact phone:

    020 7587 5153

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  • Published:

    almost 3 years ago

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Harris Hill are delighted to be recruiting for a teacher of Computer Science to join an excellent independent senior school in the heart of Central London (This is a fantastic opportunity for an inspirational and enthusiastic Teacher of Computer Science to teach Years 7 – 13)

This post is suitable for a skilled and experienced teacher, or for an ambitious person who is relatively new to teaching and who can see potential in making their mark on this new school.

*** Please note it is an essential requirement that you are able to teach C++ at A-level – your application will not be considered otherwise ***



• Pupils aged 11-16 are taught at the Lower School in Bayswater

• The Sixth Form operates a stones throw from the Natural History Museum.

You will be teaching ICT to Years 7 – 9 at the Lower School and Computer Science to students in Years 10 – 13 at both the Lower School and the Sixth Form.

Whilst the school has attracted a team of staff with a wealth of experience both teaching in and managing some of the oldest and most traditional schools in the country, its outlook on education is modern and dynamic. The staff are all excited by the chance to create something new and to build on all the best elements of the schools they come from.

With our wonderful central London location and a wealth of sports and cultural centres as our neighbours, we are able to integrate world-class co-curricular experiences into the timetable.

The school offers a generous and competitive salary

Application deadline: 12 pm, Friday 23 August 2019

Early applications are highly encouraged and we look forward to receiving your application!


Harris Hill is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and expect all partners to share this commitment.