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Our Ofsted (March 2017) recognised that we have worked hard and successfully to improve teaching and strengthen leadership at all levels. They found that our school continues to provide a 'Good' education for our young people. The quality of leadership across the school was recognised.
Last year, we made significant increases in student achievement in our core subjects and a number of other subject areas. You can be part of our journey to becoming an outstanding school.
Click here to see a short film of some our colleagues talking about their experiences of working at Esher High School.
Please note, we welcome early applications and will consider holding interviews before the closing date for strong candidates in certain positions.
We look forward to hearing from you and details of vacancies are posted below.
As an academy we employ on our own terms and conditions which are broadly in line with local/national agreements. Please ask if you would like further information.
This school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and expects all staff to share this commitment. Any successful applicants will be required to undertake an enhanced disclosure check by the Disclosure and Barring Service.
- 17/01/19We are looking for a successful Teacher of Spanish with the initiative, drive and determination to teach KS3 and KS4 for 12 months to cover maternity leave within the MFL Department. Languages are important part of the curriculum at Esher High School, and all students study both Spanish and Fr...Read Full Story
School Business Lead36 hours a week, term time only (39 weeks) plus 2 weeks per annum Pay Grade S10 £34,851 - £38,529 (£38,888 to £42,992 Pro rata) dependent on experienceRead Full Story
Head of Visual Arts – Maternity Cover 12 Months We are seeking to appoint an individual who will take full responsibility for the Art department for 12 months to cover the maternity leave of the Head of Department. The GCSE Fine Art and Photography courses are incredibly popular at Esher High School. Both subjects receive a high intake of s...Read Full Story