Oriel High School is a high performing school in Crawley with a strong focus on our four core values, Creativity, Achievement, Respect, Excellence.
Standards are continually improving but we strive to do even better. We welcome applications from motivated and committed individuals to join our cooperative and enthusiastic staff. Parents regard for our staff is also high. Feedback from Parent’s evenings over the past year have recorded a 99% approval rating that teaching at Oriel is good.
What our staff say about working here
“Oriel is friendly and supportive….it is a great place to work. Oriel has probably been the best place I have worked at over the last 50 years”. Mr Martin Kingsman, IT Technician
“I have really enjoyed the opportunities presented to me at Oriel. I worked in the PE department and had my own Year 10 class. I also enjoyed teaching a Year 7 Geography class. I helped run and take part in extra curricular activities such as Year 7 & 8 rugby and I also enjoyed mentoring the Duke of Edinburgh bronze level groups”. Mr David Fudge, Cover Supervisor
“The culture at Oriel is very positive with a friendly atmosphere. Hard working but there are lots of opportunities to take part in school wide activities. I also was provided with weekly CPD sessions throughout my training year and regular mentor meetings”.”. Miss Alice Weatherell-Toms, School Direct trainee Design & Technology teacher
“Working closely with my colleagues has been a pleasure. Teachers and support staff here are hardworking, positive and supportive. The vast majority of teachers are polite, respectful and have a great work ethic. The building itself and how it is looked after makes a big difference as well. The marking and observation policy is based on trusting teachers as professionals and removes a great deal of stress and unnecessary box ticking type work. Mr Peter Haynes, Teacher
What Ofsted said
“Staff morale is very high and there is a sense of pride in the quality of learning in the school from them and from pupils. ”. (Ofsted 2016)
Applications should be e-mailed to Laila Laird, email@example.com
Oriel High School Recruitment Pack
Please see the attached document that tells you a little more about our school and what it is like to work here.
There are currently 9 vacancies
Teacher of Science
We are seeking to appoint an enthusiastic Teacher of Science
Teacher of Business
We are looking to appoint a motivated Teacher of Business
Teacher of English
We are seeking to appoint a committed Teacher of English
Teacher of History
We are looking to appoint an inspirational Teacher of History
Temporary Teacher of Spanish and French/German
We are seeking to appoint an enthusiastic Teacher of Languages
Teacher of German and Spanish/ French
We are looking to appoint a committed Teacher of Languages
Temporary Subject Leader of Music (Maternity Cover)
We are seeking to appoint an inspirational Subject Leader of Music
Temporary Teacher of Music (Maternity Cover)
We are looking to appoint an enthusiastic Teacher of Music
Temporary Teacher of RE (Maternity Cover)
We are looking to appoint a passionate Teacher of RE
School Direct Trainee teacher
Routes into Teaching road map
The ASCL has produced a useful road map that highlights routes into the teaching profession for potential candidates. The road map can be found here routes_into_teaching_map_final. Please see further details about our Teaching alliance below.
The Southern Collaborative Learning Partnership (SCLP) Alliance
Oriel High School is also the only Secondary school member of the SCLP Alliance. A non-profit making organisation run by schools for schools. We are a collective of like-minded schools who are committed to developing longitudinal, high quality, cost effective professional development for all staff. We are currently the only primary school alliance in West Sussex having been awarded the status in March 2013 by the National College of Teaching and Learning/Department for Education. Our ultimate aim is to work in trusting partnerships having a sustained impact, ensuring consistently good and better outcomes for all children. The SCLP Alliance is committed to creating opportunities to innovate, inspire and transform through a collaborative partnership based on trust, respect and integrity.
Our strategic partner schools include:
- Pound Hill Infant School – Crawley – Lead School
- Birchwood Grove Primary – Burgess Hill
- The Brook – Crawley
- Maidenbower Infant – Crawley
- Maidenbower Junior – Crawley
- Manor Green Primary (Special school) – Crawley
- Oriel High School – Crawley
- University of Brighton
See our SCLP website for further details www.sclpalliance.org.uk/
Oriel Teaching Staff blog
We have also established a new blog website where Oriel teachers can talk openly about teaching in our school. Click the link below.