Holland Park School
Holland Park is a highly successful and over-subscribed comprehensive school in the heart of west central London. It is recognised as "an outstanding school" by Ofsted, recorded as one of the country’s top performing specialist Humanities Colleges and praised in the Good Schools Guide as a school which "has seen a steep and continuing rise in results".
The school is profoundly committed to exacting high standards, to formality, to demanding creative excellence from its staff and students. It is a driven institution where students’ success lies at the core of all planning. It seeks to be ambitious, to be bold for students’ futures. Seeing people’s potential and making detailed plans for its realisation is at the centre of its approach. Recognising people’s personal strengths and development profile is important.
Career planning for staff and students is intentionally diverse and personalised, building on capacity and believing that aspiration is for all. Very little at Holland Park happens by chance or accident: this is a planned, well-articulated institution which relishes its responsibility for driving forwards fast and is passionate about equality of opportunity.
About our school experience
- Individual requirements:
- No requirements specified
We are excited about welcoming those interested in training to teach to Holland Park School. On offer are: some lesson visits; informal opportunities to meet with teachers in the staff room; meetings with school leaders; training sessions (on safeguarding, behaviour management, lesson planning); opportunities to teach. We supervise candidates throughout the experience, so that DBS checks are not required.
As a twice outstanding school and with a track record of exceptional GCSE results, we thrive on training new members of staff. We are always looking to make connections with driven and talented graduates who are keen to commit to what is both a highly demanding and highly fulfilling profession.
- Art and design, Biology, Business studies, Chemistry, Classics, Computing, Design and technology, Drama, Economics, English, French, Geography, History, Maths, Music, Physical education, Physics, Physics with maths, Psychology, Religious education, and Spanish