Welcome to November's edition of teaching jobs of the month as we round up the latest leadership, learning support and teaching vacancies from schools and academies in the city. The vacancies covered in this post are available on the Portsmouth City Council website.
Please be aware that the following list does not include all teaching vacancies in Portsmouth, only those that have been published on the Portsmouth City Council website. We recommend you extend your search to other places (such as school websites) to identify further opportunities that may be of interest.
For more information on specific job opportunities, please contact the school/college or organisation directly.
The following information is correct at the time of publication (Friday 19 October 2021).
Teach Portsmouth's recent webinar on career progression in teaching gave those watching an idea of the professional development opportunities available for trainees and qualified teachers.We welcome back Jemma Clark, head teacher at Southsea Infant School, who appeared as a contributor in our webinar. In this article, Jemma tells us about the role of a mentor for early career teachers and what it entails.
2021 has been an unprecedented year for many people. We speak to Councillor Suzy Horton, Deputy Leader and Cabinet Member for Children, Families and Education at Portsmouth City Council to talk about teaching in Portsmouth and her personal highlights over the last 12 months.
Teach Portsmouth's useful route finder tool has recently been updated to include teacher training courses for the academic year 2022 - 2023. Discover the best routes into teaching from training providers in Portsmouth that meet your needs.
Teach Portsmouth's webinar series returns in the new year to showcase the incredible careers in early years education, in particular nurseries.
We're continuing our series of articles showcasing the winners from the Teach Portsmouth Awards Live.Portsmouth's education community came together for the virtual ceremony on 8 July 2021 as host Reverend Richard Coles announced the winners in nine award categories.
Achieving qualified teacher status (QTS) is an important and exciting milestone in your teaching journey. Beginning your first teaching role may feel like a big step, but you will be provided with support to help you succeed in the classroom during your first years as a teacher.
A webinar for future teachers successfully showcased the rewards of the profession by focusing on special educational needs and/or disabilities (SEND) and the need to support children and young people in the city. Learn more about the different roles available and the skills you need to progress in the profession.
Our fantastic teachers, support teams and leaders are the backbone of education in Portsmouth. In a new series of articles, we showcase the winners of the Teach Portsmouth Awards Live and learn more about what drives them to increase aspirations in the city for children, young people and families.
If you are interested in learning more about special educational needs and/or disabilities, (SEND) our upcoming webinar on that very topic could be for you. We spoke to Sarah Christopher, Portsmouth Education Partnership and school inclusion manager at Portsmouth City Council who will be hosting the virtual event to give us an insight into teaching in primary, secondary and specialist settings.
The application date to apply for postgraduate teacher training courses starting in 2022 is fast approaching.
In this article, we've put together a selection of resources available on the Teach Portsmouth website that you may find helpful as you start to prepare your application.
Helping children and young people become the best version of themselves has always been one of teachings greatest rewards. If you are interested in supporting those with additional needs, Teach Portsmouth's next webinar could be for you.
When you start out on your teaching journey, you might have an idea of what age group you would like to teach, where you would like to live or even the type of teacher you would like to be. Others may not know which is perfectly fine. Read our latest guide that explains the basics of what you need to know when planning your next steps.
For the right person, teaching provides a rewarding career that changes lives and shapes the next generation of thinkers and doers. Before you start on that journey, you need to know whether you can afford it. Our latest how to guide looks at the funding options for teacher training and the avenues you could take to make your dream a reality.
The Teach Portsmouth Awards Live on Thursday 8 July was a fantastic celebration of the outstanding achievements of teachers, support teams and leaders in the city over the past 18 months.
The 9 award categories highlighted how much those working in education in Portsmouth have done to support the city's children, young people and their families throughout the pandemic.
A virtual awards ceremony in Portsmouth for the city's superstar teachers, support teams and head teachers has revealed the winners in 8 award categories on Thursday 8 July. This year's event was hosted by broadcaster Reverend Richard Coles through Zoom video conferencing. Over 180 colleagues joined the digital event as we celebrated the achievements of everyone.
An inspirational head teacher has been recognised by his local community in an annual awards ceremony for teachers with a surprise trophy giving at his school. Local residents have recognised Ashley Howard, head teacher at Highbury Primary School for his efforts to support pupils and their families during the pandemic.
Welcome to June's edition of teaching jobs of the month as we round up the latest vacancies from the Portsmouth City Council website. This monthly series of blog posts introduces readers to the latest leadership, learning support and teaching vacancies in the city.