We are seeking a dynamic and committed individual to teach Tenach, Talmud, and Jewish Knowledge and Skills to a range of ages and abilities. Teaching will include the GCSE Religious Studies syllabus. You will prove to be an effective teacher with a wide Jewish knowledge and will identify with the modern Orthodox ethos of the school. Applications are also welcome from NQTs or those willing to work towards a teaching qualification.
We are a highly successful, modern orthodox, co-educational, independent Jewish day school, characterised by exceptional academic standards, outstanding pastoral care and a renowned programme of Jewish study. We recently were assessed as “excellent” by ISI in July 2019 and achieved outstanding public exam results last Summer. We enjoy an environment of happy, fulfilled young people, fully engaged in the life of the school community, aspirational and committed to their studies.
Immanuel College is a vibrant, professional and caring place to work, where every day brings new challenges and opportunities. We are deeply committed to the emotional and professional wellbeing and development of all our staff with the added benefits of access to the TPS, a supportive CPD system, membership to
a healthcare scheme, subsidised lunches and a range of wellbeing initiatives.
For further enquiries relating to the role please contact Rabbi Danny Baigel, Director of Jewish Education at firstname.lastname@example.org
Closing date: 9am, Friday 29 January 2021
Interviews: w/c Monday 8 February 2021
An Application Form, Equal Opportunities Monitoring Form and the names and contact details of two referees should be sent to
Mr Gary Griffin, Head Master at email@example.com
Head Master: Mr Gary Griffin BA (Soc) Hons Elstree Road, Bushey, Herts, WD23 4EB
Tel: 020 8950 0604
Immanuel College is a thriving and successful HMC co-educational Jewish day school for children aged 4 to 18.
We welcome, on an equal basis, all applications regardless of faith.
Immanuel College is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. Applicants must be willing to undergo screening appropriate to the post, including checks with past employers and the DBS.
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