Geography Teacher and Coordinator

Contract Type0.7 FTE
SalaryUp to £37,206.69 pro rata
Start DateASAP
Closing Date26th October 2021
The school is looking to appoint a dynamic and inspirational Geography Teacher and Co-ordinator to join our successful humanities department. The successful candidate will be required to teach across all key stages including A-Level.

Tring Park School for the Performing Arts is one of the country’s leading vocational and academic schools, situated in glorious countryside just half an hour from London.

We offer a wide range of benefits including free school lunches during term time (during your working hours), a pension scheme, cycle to work scheme, free onsite parking and enhanced maternity and paternity schemes.

Salary of up to £37,206.69 per annum PRO RATA (depending on experience) + time allowance for coordination duties. 0.7 FTE – five mornings and three afternoons – academic lessons in the school run 8.30am to 12.55pm and 12.55 to 4.35pm.

Main Duties

The successful candidate should have a genuine passion for geography and the ability to convey this to pupils is essential. You will join a dedicated and supportive staff environment and will enjoy the advantage of small classes, talented and committed students with strong public examination results.

  • To teach geography across the age range, according to departmental planning schemes of work and examination syllabi.
  • To promote, monitor and support student learning and progress within the Geography Department.
  • To contribute to the development of the curriculum and the department as a whole.
  • To uphold and follow the safeguarding practices of the school.

Coordinator Duties

  • Overall planning of subject areas.
  • Administration of subject examinations.
  • Organising schemes of work, long term plans, medium term plans.
  • Meeting regularly with teachers to ensure plans are followed
  • Requesting appropriate resources.
  • Keeping accounts of spending to ensure that the subject’s budget is not exceeded in coordination with SL or Director.
  • Writing reports (such as grade analysis) and other paperwork.
  • To ensure health and safety procedures have been adhered to when planning educational visits and that proper booking procedures have been observed.

Person Specification


  • Clear commitment to implementing whole school/staff policies relating to the safeguarding of children
  • Degree level qualification and high academic achievement
  • Experience of planning and teaching secondary curriculum
  • Experience of teaching to a high standard
  • The ability to promote good progress and outcomes by pupils
  • The ability to manage behaviour effectively to ensure a good and safe learning environment
  • ICT competent
  • Positive values and attitudes
  • A commitment to equal opportunities and inclusion
  • Highly effective communication skills with both children and adults, including parents and carers
  • Highly effective time management skills
  • Commitment to professional development
  • Reliability and integrity
  • Commitment to effective assessment and feedback for pupils

Tring Park School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and the successful applicant will be subject to an enhanced DBS check. It is an offence to apply for a role if you are barred from engaging in regulated activity with children. Shortlisted candidates will be asked to complete a self-declaration form relating to any criminal record or information that would make them unsuitable to work with children.

For information on how we will use your personal information during the recruitment process, please see the Staff Privacy Notice on the School website.

Apply via email

If you would like to apply for a role, please email us the standard Application Form and Equal Opportunities Form along with a covering letter.