Teacher of Business & Economics

Recruitment Information

Date Posted23 May 2023
Type of RoleFull or Part Time
Closing date for applications5 June (9am)
Start DateSeptember 2023

This is an ideal opportunity for a teacher wishing to progress in their professional development and to join a truly collaborative Faculty with excellent facilities and extra-curricular opportunities. Both subjects are hugely popular and successful at Ashlyns School.

Please click here for information about Business & Economics at Ashlyns School

Students at Ashlyns have the opportunity to study GCSE Business courses which provide the framework to progress naturally to A Level Business.  The course is very popular and we aim to  inspire students through the study of real-world business and to focus on relevant, current topics, from technology to Covid 19.

Economics is offered at A level and the course has been designed to engage students through topics that are relevant in today’s society from supply and demand to poverty to Covid 19.  Students also enthusiastically follow the Young Enterprise Company Programme, with phenomenal success and recognition.

Ashlyns is a popular and oversubscribed school with in excess of 1500 students including a growing and successful Sixth Form.  The school was confirmed ‘Good’ by Ofsted in May 2018 and is focused on continuous improvement to deliver an excellent education for all children, with the aspiration to be rated ‘Outstanding’.  View our Ofsted report here.  View our School Priorities here.

We are a thriving school with a rich heritage. Originally established for the most vulnerable in society, our focus on helping all students to be the very best versions of themselves is central to all we do. It’s our aim that work and study should be joyful; the staff and students at Ashlyns help to create the atmosphere for this to happen. There is a palpable sense of community, professionalism and a culture of high expectations, all of which are underpinned by ethical leadership. 

We hope the information included on our recruitment pages below will give you an insight into our school – the high aspirations,  excellent support and opportunities for our students and staff, the scope of the role and the kind of person we are looking for.

If you want to provide outstanding learning opportunities and exceptional pastoral care for students within a forward-thinking, hard-working school community, we would like to hear from you. 

We welcome visits from prospective candidates prior to application; please see contact details on the application guidance page.

We look forward to hearing from you and welcoming you to our school.

Yours faithfully

James Shapland

Julie Laws
Chair of Governors