Working at Bancroft’s

Bancroft’s is one of the country’s leading independent day schools. We are a flourishing school with around 1100 pupils from 7 to 18 years old; of these approximately 260 children are in the Prep School (ages 7-11) and 240 in the Sixth Form. We offer a first-class education together with a rich variety of sporting, music, drama, arts, and co-curricular opportunities in a friendly, diverse and supportive working environment.

Bancroft’s offers the chance to be part of a welcoming and professional community.  The School is committed to promoting a diverse and inclusive community, a place where we all – pupils and staff alike – can be ourselves and succeed on merit.

We aim to create a happy learning environment, where bright children are challenged and supported to become the best versions of themselves. This can only be achieved through an enthusiastic and dedicated teaching staff.

Non-teaching support staff work in a wide range of important and valuable roles; supporting our teaching staff through their own expertise and professionalism.

Bancroft’s offers a generous benefits package to all staff, including:

  1. Competitive salaries
  2. Commitment to supporting ongoing professional development
  3. Outstanding support for PGCE/NQT/RQT
  4. Generous holiday allowance
  5. Use of school gym.  Yoga, swimming and pilates sessions for staff
  6. Friendly and welcoming common room, which organises regular social events
  7. Access to school nurse, school counsellors and the support of a staff wellbeing team
  8. Optional subsidised private health care
  9. Complimentary lunches
  10. Cycle to work loan scheme
Bancroft’s is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.  Successful candidates are required to undergo child protection screening appropriate to the role, including checks with past employers and the Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS).

Teaching Vacancies

 

Teacher of Economics – Required from September 2022

We are seeking a full time, dedicated and motivated Teacher of Economics, to join our forward-looking Economics Department.  The successful candidate will be joining a team of enthusiastic and creative teachers who work collaboratively across a wide range of departments.  The position is suitable for recent graduates or teachers with more experience looking for a new challenge. There is a possibility of flexibility regarding part time hours.

Bancroft’s School creates a happy learning environment where bright children are challenged to reach their full academic potential.  Bancroft’s offers a competitive salary and benefits package.

If you are interested in the role, please fully complete the Application Pack below in Word and email it to hr@bancrofts.org

  Job Description Economics Teacher

  Application Pack Teaching

The closing date is 9am Monday 7 February 2022, and interviews will take place week commencing Monday 7 February 2022.  Applications will be considered as they are received, so early applications are encouraged.  We reserve the right to interview early should a suitable candidate apply.

Bancroft’s is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.  Successful candidates are required to undergo child protection screening appropriate to the role, including checks with past employers and the Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS). 

 

Self Employed Trumpet Teacher required from April 2022

We are seeking an experienced self-employed peripatetic Trumpet Teacher to join our team of Visiting Music Teachers.  We have a thriving Music Department where children are taught a wide range of musical instruments across many different genres of music.

The successful applicant will be an experienced and talented teacher, who is able to inspire young musicians. The ability and experience in running ensembles would be an advantage.

If you wish to discuss the details of the post further, then please contact the Director of Music, Julia Whitbread julia.whitbread@bancrofts.org

If you are interested in the role, please fully complete the Application Pack below in Word and email it to hr@bancrofts.org.

   Trumpet JD

   Application Pack Self Employed Sept 2017

The closing date for Applications is 9 am on Monday 31st January 2022 and interviews will take place shortly after.

Bancroft’s School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.  Successful candidates are required to undergo child protection screening appropriate to the role, including checks with past employers and the Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS).

Bancroft’s creates a happy learning environment, where bright children are challenged and supported to become the best versions of themselves.  We are committed to promoting a diverse and inclusive community – a place where we can all be ourselves and succeed on merit.

 


Support Vacancies

 

Kitchen Porter – Immediate start

The opportunity has arisen for a proactive individual to join our busy Catering Department.  The role is an essential link in the smooth running of the kitchen and requires someone who can work to tight timescales, has a flexible approach, and is a team player.  The successful candidate will be an excellent collaborative worker with a willingness to learn and share ideas.

The main responsibilities of the role are to assist in the kitchen with deliveries, washing up, general cleanliness, to assist with any food preparation as directed and to maintain high hygiene and safety standards.

The hours are Monday to Friday, 07:00-15:30 or 09:00-17.30, 52 weeks per year with 27 days holiday.

Applications will be considered as they are received, so early applications are encouraged.  Interviews will take place shortly after.

For further details please see the application pack below.  If you are interested in the role, please fully complete the application form in Word format and email to hr@bancrofts.org. Incomplete applications cannot be accepted so please read the instructions carefully.

   Kitchen Porter RP Sept 2021

   Application Pack Support

This position will close when a suitable number of appropriate applications has been received.

 

Grounds Person – Immediate start

We are looking for an efficient and experienced Grounds Person to join our grounds team and supporting teams.  We have an extensive range of sporting facilities including cricket squares, rugby pitches, tennis courts and athletics tracks.

The successful candidate will work on all sports playing fields at our main school site and West Grove playing fields. The grounds staff also undertake work in the schools gardens, borders and boundaries as and when required.

The person will like a challenge and take an active role whilst understanding the changes in the sporting seasons. The ability to prioritise your day to meet the requirements of the PE department under guidance from the Deputy Head grounds man is an essential part of this role. As Grounds operate you will also be expected to make decisions and undertake a “stand in” role for the West Grove grounds in the absence of the Deputy Head Grounds.

The hours are full time, 08:00 – 4:30 pm, 52 weeks per year, with 27 days annual leave and 8 bank holidays.

This position would suit a “hands on” experienced individual who is flexible, willing to work outside in all weathers, and who is committed to providing quality sports spaces.

For further details and an Application Pack, please fully complete the Application Pack below in Word, and email it to hr@bancrofts.org

  Groundsperson Job Description

  Application Pack Support

This position will close when a suitable number of appropriate applications has been received.  Incomplete applications cannot be accepted so please read the instructions carefully.


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