Gap Year Students are regarded as an important part of the school team and are expected to enter fully into the life of the Pre-Prep School, Prep School and Brighton College as a whole. This role will mainly be based in the Nursery and Pre-Prep department, working with pupils from 3-8 years.
The College is seeking to appoint a Teacher of Maths with effect from January 2020. The department consists of 15 members of staff from a number of different backgrounds, ranging from fresh graduates to those with over two decades of experience. The subject is taught throughout Years 7 to 11 in classes which generally range in size between 15 and 25. All pupils take GCSE Maths in the Upper Fifth, with a total of 115 taking either Maths or Further Maths in the Upper Sixth. We follow the Edexcel home syllabus for both GCSE and A-Level.
We seek a talented musician and teacher, and an inspiring leader who can communicate to young people a passionate enthusiasm for the subject, extending well beyond the classroom. The successful candidate will build on the outstanding reputation of the department in delivering a wide range of opportunities for all pupils to be involved in the musical life of the school, and will nurture the talents of the top musicians in delivering performances of the highest quality. He or she will lead the co-curricular music provision, running a number of the co-curricular groups, and shape the direction of music at the College at an exciting time when our talented pupils are enjoying a brand new music school facility.
This key role provides secretarial and administrative support to the Senior Deputy Head, the Deputy Head (Academic) and the Deputy Head (Pastoral). This post requires a hard-working, positive and flexible person who is willing to handle tasks ranging from the urgent and highly confidential, to more regular administrative tasks.
We are seeking a conscientious, flexible and approachable individual to manage one minibus route to safely transport pupils to and from the College on a daily basis in accordance with the published schedule.
The successful candidate will hold a full, clean, UK D1 or PCV driving licence and be required to carry out pre and post journey vehicle checks. He/she will work closely with the Buses’ Transport Manager, Supervisor and fellow bus drivers. Confidence in working with young people is essential.
Normal hours of work will be as required to manage one bus route to and from school, including ensuring that the mini bus is fit to drive and is kept clean or as agreed by the person to whom you are responsible. Please note the route allocated may change from time to time. The first collection time for pupils at the beginning of a route is approximately 7:00am, with collection for the return route from the College starting at 4:40pm. In extreme weather there is a requirement for flexibility on start times. An additional two days per year will be required for INSET day and various training.
I came to teach at Brighton College because the facilities were state-of-the-art and the culture's very open. We inspire our pupils to be inquisitive and look at things in a different way. I feel at home here.”