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Warblington School and Hampshire County Council are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. We will ensure that all our recruitment and selection practices reflect this commitment. All successful candidates will be subject to Criminal Records Bureau checks along with other relevant employment checks.
Warblington School is a thriving 11-16 Comprehensive School with 620 students on roll.
Please click here to view our Child Protection (Safeguarding) Policy.
Hampshire PO9 2RR
Telephone: 023 9247 5480
Fax: 023 9248 6127
Are you an experienced teacher or are you considering a return to teaching?
We have vacancies that arise across the curriculum every year and we always look to appoint high quality staff.
At Warblington, we pride ourselves on our coaching ethos and or supportive team of professionals. As a new staff member you will receive a full and appropriate induction programme and have access to a tailored CPD programme and ongoing professional development.
If you are interested in coming to teach at Warblington and would like to register your interest for future vacancies, please email your CV to email@example.com
“I chose to join Warblington School as part of my PGCE as it had a good reputation amongst previous students for providing excellent mentoring and support. This was certainly the case and I was impressed with the weekly CPD sessions and also the specially designed induction programme for trainee teachers. I am now an NQT at Warblington and this level of support has not ceased. Warblington places a huge emphasis on continued professional development as this is essential if a school is to move forward. This has indeed been the case and the school was delighted to have been graded as “Good” by Ofsted, something that was well deserved and down to the hard work of the teachers involved.”
Miss S Wheeler