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Head of Secondary History (part-time maternity cover)

Head of Secondary History (part-time maternity cover)


We anticipate that the duration of this maternity cover contract will be one academic year (from September 2019 to June 2020).



This is a part-time role (c. 30%), teaching the majority of History lessons in the Secondary (Years 7-10), and acting as Head of Department for the academic year.


History at GES

Our History curriculum aims to equip students to tell ‘true stories’ about the past: stories that enable them to make connections between different times and places; stories that bring an element of coherence to what can otherwise become the fragmented study of individuals, events and periods; stories that inspire curiosity about the past and open up new perspectives onto the present.


We begin Key Stage 3 with a ‘big picture’ synoptic framework that acts as a starting point for future learning and aims to provide students with a ‘usable big picture’ of the past. Each year of study then follows a thematic, chronological study with an overarching central question for each year group to focus on, for example, ‘How should we remember the 20th Century – the Age of What?’  Within this programme, students engage with academic historical writing, as well as developing their understanding of key substantive concepts.


Since we value cross-curricular learning, where possible we plan in collaboration with other departments, encouraging our students to join up their thinking and see the connections between subjects.


History remains a compulsory subject in Key Stage 4, in line with our focus on breadth and interconnected learning. Our focus over Key Stage 4 will be the twentieth century and the major ideas, events, conflicts and trends that have shaped the world we live in today.


Key responsibilities

  • Lead, motivate and inspire others, generating an enthusiasm for History amongst pupils and colleagues.
  • Monitor and evaluate the effectiveness of learning and teaching in the subject, supporting and advising colleagues and sharing good practice.
  • Work closely with the Head of Primary Humanities, planning for continuity and progression throughout the School.
  • Workwith other heads of department and with colleagues across the School, collaborating, sharing ideas and ensuring connectivity across the curriculum.
  • Set out an annual action plan which:
  • contributes to whole school objectives;
  • is based on evidence and evaluation;
  • identifies realistic targets for improvement and development.
  • Submit an annual budget bid that is informed by this improvement plan and manage the budget, keeping within designated limits of spending.
  • Keep abreast of developments in History education, continuously looking to strengthen your own knowledge, understanding and expertise.
  • Attend relevant in-service training, and organise and lead training for others as appropriate.
  • Seek to develop external links to enrich the education that we provide.
  • Represent the School at relevant local, national or international meetings.
  • Ensure that staff and pupils work in a safe manner in accordance with relevant risk assessments and with the School’s policy on Health and Safety.
  • Teach the lessons assigned to you, planning appropriately to meet the needs of all pupils, making effective use of resources, and securing the best possible standards of learning and achievement.
  • Maintain good order and discipline amongst pupils, in accordance with the School's  behaviour policy, and have due regard for their welfare, health and safety.
  • Maintain a productive learning environment by employing good classroom techniques, resources and management skills.
  • Follow guidelines for assessment as set out by the School and keep appropriate records.
  • Establish professional and effective communication with parents, reporting to them formally and informally on the development, progress and attainment of pupils.
  • Liaise with the Deputy Head and with Tutors about any pupils with specific learning needs or giving rise to learning or pastoral concerns.
  • Contribute to the creation of a stimulating learning environment around the School.
  • Show an active commitment to the wider life of the School, including extra-curricular activities and events.
  • Show commitment to your own professional development and take an active interest in educational debate and development.
  • Carry out administrative and supervisory duties efficiently and conscientiously.
  • Supervise and, so far as is practicable, teach any pupils who are assigned to you by the teacher in charge of cover arrangements.
  • Undertake such other tasks as may be reasonably assigned by the Deputy Head or Head from time to time.
  • Act in accordance with the policies of the School and in particular with the principles laid down in the Staff Handbook, Staff Code of Conduct, ICT Acceptable Use Policy and Safeguarding & Child Protection Policy.


Person specification

We keep an open mind in the consideration of any applicant who believes they have something special and valuable to contribute.



  • Experience of teaching History at Key Stages 3 and 4
  • Knowledge of the English National Curriculum, GCSE and A-Level History
  • An enthusiastic and creative approach to teaching, which inspires pupils and enables learning to be engaging and relevant
  • Commitment to an interconnected curriculum and to working with colleagues across a range of disciplines
  • Commitment to helping pupils to develop a broad range of skills and attributes
  • The ability to communicate effectively with pupils, colleagues and parents and to work as part of a collaborative team
  • An interest in education beyond the classroom and across the age range
  • Flexibility, a sense of humour, and a willingness to take part in all aspects of school life, including tournaments trips, projects, special events and extracurricular clubs


  • A degree in History
  • Qualified teacher status
  • Good IT skills


How to apply

Please submita completed GES Application Form (available from https://www.geschool.ch/about/work-with-us/teaching-vacancies) to the Head of HR, Ms Aurore Alefsen by email to hr@geschool.ch before 12:00 on Monday 27 May 2019. A brief covering letter to the Head and/or curriculum vitae may also be submitted but will not be accepted in place of a complete application form. Interviews will be held at the School in the week beginning Monday 3 June 2019. 


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Geneva English School 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 child protection screening, including checks with past employers and enhanced national/international criminal records checks.



Route de Malagny 36 1294 Genthod

Website https://www.geschool.ch/about/work-with-us

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