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Vacancies

Teacher Recruitment

At Frimley we have a well established track record of valuing and developing our teaching staff, creating strong teams who work cohesively together to build our thriving school community. If you are interested in working with us please get in touch to discuss your future career plans with us.  

CURRENT VACANCIES 

Support Staff Vacancies

After School Club Assistant

Trust Vacancies

Trust Caretaker (The Sixth Form College Farnborough)

Deputy Sports Centre Manager

Here's what our teachers have to say about what it’s like to work at Frimley:

ECT + 1

I have been really lucky to be able to start my teaching career here at Frimley Junior School. I have felt extremely well supported by all members of staff have been really motivated to develop my own practice. The opportunities to progress and develop are endless and the support you receive continues to grow. I think it’s really important to work in a supportive and welcoming team so that you can continue learning from each other.  What I love about Frimley, is that the children are explicitly at the heart of everything we do and we adapt our days and learning to suit them. It is evident that they enjoy coming to school and it’s wonderful to watch them thrive and develop as a person throughout their time here. We celebrate everybody’s achievements and support each other to do the best that we can, like one big family.  Being part of the Prospect Trust has given me the opportunity to make links with Tomlinscote and Farnborough Sixth Form to see the progression from 7 to 18 year olds. Having regular meetings with other members of the Trust also allows for best practice to be shared, explored and developed so that we continue to give our children the best learning opportunities that we can. 

ECT now Middle Leader

Frimley is an inclusive, friendly and encouraging school, not only for the children but for all members of staff. Since I started at Frimley five years ago, I have felt extremely supported by SLT to try out new ideas and further my career, so much so, I’ve not felt the need to move on. The school have really motivated me to develop as a person and as a teacher, investing time and resources to build on my confidence and competence as a teacher and as a result, I have progressed to become a year leader, core subject leader and DSL in the relatively short time that I have worked in the education sector. The staff team and the children are what make me love Frimley. Children are excited to come in to school and both children and staff foster a community feel where I feel so valued. The school’s values facilitate the children to develop as kind, committed and independent learners. Everyone is so welcoming and friendly and all demonstrate a mutual respect for each other. It is a place where you can be so open and honest as everyone is so understanding. Frimley is an amazing place to work!  

Classteacher

When I joined Frimley Church of England Junior School, I was instantly welcomed by all members of staff. From senior leadership to subject leaders and children, everyone has been friendly and helpful, which has really allowed me to settle in quickly. The change from teaching in Wales to the English curriculum was at first quite daunting, but my year group team have been extremely supportive when planning and preparing lessons. As a team we share ideas and are encouraged to take risks and innovate our teaching styles. Workload is also shared, which is great as there is a clear focus on teacher well-being at Frimley. There is also a real focus on continuing professional development being a positive process. It has been great to be part of ‘peer coaching’ where I have been able to observe other teachers teach in an area I’d like to improve. In turn, being given feedback that is positive and constructive has helped me to develop my own skills. The best part about teaching at Frimley is the children. They are valued, challenged and encouraged to aim high. The high expectations set across the school create a calm and orderly environment where pupils are polite, respectful and well-behaved.