Staff Vacancies

Priority Recruitment

Court Moor often recruits without national adverts, relying more on recommendations and approaches which we find more reliable. Please register your interest in working at Court Moor here including a little about the sort of roles you might be looking for. Please attach your CV and we will keep your details on file and when a suitable vacancy applies you will be able to hear about it prior to advertisement.

Current Vacancies

If you would like to join Court Moor School, we would be delighted to hear from you. We are very proud of our school, please take a look at What Makes Court Moor Special.

Please see our vacancies below.

English Teacher

Applications are invited for the position of: English Teacher

Salary: MPR or UPR for qualifying candidates

Start date: September 2020

Closing date: 28th February 2020

Do you want to work in a high-achieving comprehensive school with a determination to do better still?

Court Moor School is a high-achieving 11-16 comprehensive school in Fleet with an intake of motivated and warm students. We have sky-high ambition for the school with excellent headline results with most subjects in the upper quartile for progress scores. We are seeking an enthusiastic English teacher to join our friendly department.

Our over-subscribed school has the privilege of teaching students who are amongst the highest attaining at KS2 in Hampshire with a high APS on entry - our challenge is to maintain and accelerate their progress.

English has consistently strong results – last year 73% of students gained 9-5 at language and 72% literature. The department is a strong mixture of experienced and newer members of staff. There are 11 teachers - 8 full-time and 3 part-time; most of whom are English specialists. The English department have a strong team ethos and we work closely together to develop our innovative curriculum and high-quality teaching.

WHAT WE CAN OFFER YOU:

  • A friendly and supportive department, staff, SLT and governing body
  • Training in middle leadership through internal programmes, as well as through four separate teaching alliances
  • Pro-active staff development to guide your career and manage your skills portfolio
  • A school where behaviour is rated as ‘outstanding’ [Ofsted 2013]
  • A supportive, friendly atmosphere where professional trust is consciously applied

Should you wish to visit the school or talk to key staff prior to application then we would welcome the opportunity to meet you and show you around our school.  If you would like to arrange an informal chat with Head of English then please call 01252 615065 or email kirsty.teague@court-moor.hants.sch.uk.

Please return all completed application forms by the closing date to: adminoffice@court-moor.hants.sch.uk.

Welcome Letter

Role Profile

Person Specification

Working at Court Moor

Living in Hart

Application Form

Equality Monitoring Form

Court Moor School and Hampshire County Council are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expect 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 Disclosure and Barring Service checks along with other relevant employment checks.

Deputy Head of Science

Applications are invited for the position of: Deputy Head of Science

Salary: MPR or UPR for qualifying candidates & TLR

Start Date: September 2020

Closing date: Friday 28th February 2020 12:00 noon 

Do you want to work in a high-achieving comprehensive school with a determination to do better still?

Court Moor School is a high-achieving 11-16 comprehensive school in Fleet with an intake of motivated and warm students. We have sky-high ambition for the school with excellent headline results with most subjects in the upper quartile for progress scores. We are looking for a dynamic and committed individual to teach in our science department.

The science results are consistently good on both progress and achievement measures with 27% of students gaining 7-9 and 68% 9-5.

Our over-subscribed school has the privilege of teaching students who are amongst the highest attaining at KS2 in Hampshire with a high APS on entry - our challenge is to maintain and accelerate their progress.

WHAT WE CAN OFFER YOU:

  • A friendly and supportive department, staff, SLT and governing body
  • Training in middle leadership through internal programmes
  • Pro-active staff development to guide your career and manage your skills portfolio
  • A school where behaviour is rated as ‘outstanding’ [Ofsted 2013]
  • An innovative school which isn’t afraid to ‘rethink’ the job and our approach
  • A school where staff welfare is intrinsic to how we design processes and run the school
  • A supportive, friendly atmosphere where professional trust is consciously applied

Should you wish to visit the school or talk to key staff prior to application then we would welcome the opportunity to meet you and show you around our school.  If you would like to arrange an informal chat then please call 01252 615065 or email natalie.milner@court-moor.hants.sch.uk.

Please return all completed application forms by the closing date to: adminoffice@court-moor.hants.sch.uk.

Welcome Letter

Role Profile

Person Specification

Working at Court Moor

Living in Hart

Application Form

Equality Monitoring Form

Court Moor School and Hampshire County Council are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expect 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 Disclosure and Barring Service checks along with other relevant employment checks.

Art Teacher

Applications are invited for the position of: Art Teacher (full time)

Salary: MPR or UPR for qualifying candidates

Start date: September 2020

Closing date: 28th February 2020 12:00 noon 

We are seeking an enthusiastic art teacher to bring their energy and ideas to our evolving department. Court Moor School is a high-achieving 11-16 comprehensive school in Fleet with an intake of motivated and focused students. We have sky-high ambition for the school with excellent headline results with most subjects in the upper quartile for progress scores.

Our over-subscribed school has the privilege of teaching students who are amongst the highest attaining at KS2 in Hampshire with a high APS on entry - our challenge is to maintain and accelerate their progress.

Art has always been a successful department in the school and we have also run a very popular photography course alongside it at GCSE. We have a recently-appointed Head of Department who is full of new ideas and we are looking for someone to join the team at this exciting time when we’re renewing the department. Alongside a new Head of Music and a recently-appointed Head of Drama, we are looking to make the arts central to what we do at Court Moor and looking for a colleague to be part of this renaissance. We have two specialist art rooms, a kiln room and a small suite of computers for digital work. Our ambition is for art to infiltrate the whole school through displays, exhibitions and cross-curricular projects.

WHAT WE CAN OFFER YOU:

  • A friendly and supportive department, staff, SLT and governing body
  • Pro-active staff development to guide your career and manage your skills portfolio.
  • A school where behaviour is rated as ‘outstanding’ [Ofsted 2013]
  • A work-load conscious school where professional trust is consciously applied

Should you wish to visit the school or talk to key staff prior to application then we would welcome the opportunity to meet you and show you around our school.  If you would like to arrange an informal chat with the assistant head with oversight of art, Claudia Beattie, then please call 01252 615065 or email claudia.beattie@court-moor.hants.sch.uk

Please return all completed application forms by the closing date to: adminoffice@court-moor.hants.sch.uk

Welcome Letter

Role Profile

Person Specification

Working at Court Moor

Living in Hart

Application Form

Equality Monitoring Form

Court Moor School and Hampshire County Council are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expect 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 Disclosure and Barring Service checks along with other relevant employment checks.

PRE Teacher

Applications are invited for the position of: PRE Teacher (full time)

Salary: MPR or UPR for qualifying candidates

Start date: September 2020

Closing date: 28th February 2020 12:00 noon 

We are seeking an enthusiastic Philosophy, Religion and Ethics teacher to bring their energy and ideas to our evolving department. Court Moor School is a high-achieving 11-16 comprehensive school in Fleet with an intake of motivated and focused students. We have sky-high ambition for the school with excellent headline results with most subjects in the upper quartile for progress scores.

Our over-subscribed school has the privilege of teaching students who are amongst the highest attaining at KS2 in Hampshire with a high APS on entry - our challenge is to maintain and accelerate their progress.

PRE is a very successful department in the school both in terms of exam results and the forward-thinking opportunities it creates to educate the whole school community in religious, moral and ethical issues. The department is outward looking and actively develops strong partnerships with external organisations to ensure a rich learning experience for students. The department typically recruits 2 classes to study GCSE and PRE as taught as distinct weekly lessons across Key Stage 3. We have an experienced Head of Department who is full of new ideas and we are looking for someone to join the team at this exciting time.

WHAT WE CAN OFFER YOU:

  • A friendly and supportive department, staff, SLT and governing body
  • Pro-active staff development to guide your career and manage your skills portfolio.
  • A school where behaviour is rated as ‘outstanding’ [Ofsted 2013]
  • A work-load conscious school where professional trust is consciously applied

Should you wish to visit the school or talk to key staff prior to application then we would welcome the opportunity to meet you and show you around our school.  If you would like to arrange an informal chat with the assistant head with oversight of PRE, Julia Vale, then please call 01252 615065 or email julia.vale@court-moor.hants.sch.uk.

Please return all completed application forms by the closing date to: adminoffice@court-moor.hants.sch.uk.

Welcome Letter

Role Profile

Person Specification

Working at Court Moor

Living in Hart

Application Form

Equality Monitoring Form

Court Moor School and Hampshire County Council are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expect 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 Disclosure and Barring Service checks along with other relevant employment checks.

Student Welfare Officer (Attendance)

Applications are invited for the position of: Student Welfare Officer (Attendance) 

Hours: 17 hours per week, term time only plus INSET days & one week in school holidays

Salary: HCC  Grade C - FTE £18,426-£19,407 

Actual salary: £7,427-£7,823

Start date: ASAP

Closing date: Wednesday 26th February 2020 12:00 noon

Interview date: TBC

We are seeking a Student Welfare Officer (SWO) to drive forward our focus on student attendance to join our associate staff team. Core to this welfare role will be working with students and their families to improve the attendance and punctuality of individuals who are frequently absent from or late arriving at school. They will also be responsible for pupil admissions, penalty notices and administration duties for the pastoral & admin support team.  

This is an exciting new role at Court Moor and we are seeking applicants who will have a tenacious approach to working with individuals/families, possess excellent organisation and administration skills, with the ability to effectively communicate at all levels. To succeed in this role, candidates will need to be prepared to challenge behaviours and attitudes which lead to poor attendance and to conscientiously follow-up on agreed improvement strategies. They must have the ability to establish and maintain good relationships with all stakeholders including parents, carers, pupils and staff.

Applicants must demonstrate a professional manner, being organised and efficient. You must be proactive in your approach. Good IT and typing skills, together with a working knowledge of Microsoft Office programmes (especially Excel and Word) is essential with knowledge of SIMS database being an advantage.

You will also be required to act as standby ‘First Aider’, administering first aid, including medications, to staff, pupils and visitors as part of the first aid team. Full first aid training will be provided.

This is a part time role initially for 17 hours per week (to be reviewed as the role develops) to be worked Monday to Friday (9:00am – 12.30pm – times are negotiable for the right candidate). We are also looking for someone with flexibility, who would be able to cover colleagues’ absences, should the need arise.

If you would like to talk to someone about the role before applying please contact Rich Bolton, Assistant Headteacher on richard.bolton@court-moor.hants.sch.uk.

Please return all completed application forms by the closing date to: adminoffice@court-moor.hants.sch.uk.

Role Profile

Working at Court Moor

Living in Hart

Application Form

Equality Monitoring Form

Court Moor School and Hampshire County Council are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expect 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 Disclosure and Barring Service checks along with other relevant employment checks.