Job Vacancy

Emmanuel School provides Christian Education for children from Nursery through until their GCSEs. We aim to provide a broad and balanced Bible-based curriculum for children in every age group.

Emmanuel School is looking to make a new appointment for September 2018. We see our work as a calling and the salary involves a level of sacrifice.

We would like to appoint:


We are seeking to appoint a full-time, flexible teacher of secondary science who can work alongside existing secondary staff to provide a broad and balanced curriculum through to GCSE. Due to the small size of the school, the candidate will need to teach a few lessons of another subject – the current incumbent teaches GCSE Computer Science and some French but this could alter and details can be discussed at the interview stage of the application process.

For more information, an application form or to arrange an informal visit, please contact the School Manager, Mrs Ann Kendrick, on 01922 635810 or by E-mail at

The closing date for applications is Friday 18th May 2018.

Interviews are likely to take place towards the end of May 2018.

Emmanuel School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.

    • The successful applicant will be required to provide a DBS disclosure at the appropriate level.
    • Emmanuel School will seek references for short-listed candidates and may approach previous employers for information to verify particular experience and qualifications before the interview.
    • If you are currently working with children, in a paid or voluntary capacity, your employer will be asked about disciplinary offences relating to children, including any for which the penalty time is expired and whether you have been subject to any child protection concerns and if so, the outcome of any enquiry or disciplinary procedure. If you are not currently working with children but have done so in the past, that previous employer will be asked about those issues.
    • Providing false information is an offence and could result in the application being rejected or summary dismissal if you have been selected and possible referral to the police.

This post carries a genuine occupational requirement to be a Christian as defined under the Employment Equality (Religion and Belief) Regulations 2003.