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Working at Plumstead Manor School

Working at Plumstead Manor School

At Plumstead Manor School we are committed to the development of all our staff, we know that our staff are our  most valuable resource.  We work together to raise the attainment and aspirations of our students and improve the life chances of our young people.

We are proud to be a school at the heart of our community, committed to educating confident and successful young people who will change the world for the better.  Throughout the school we have the highest expectations for all our students, so that we empower them to thrive and flourish in their future lives.  High quality teaching, in a safe and friendly environment are the foundations for every young person to achieve their dreams and experience the joy of learning.  Our deep commitment to the academic development of each student, lies alongside our expectations for good manners, strong discipline and the development of rounded young people.  We are a diverse, inclusive and harmonious community made up of almost 1500 students and are regularly over-subscribed.

We are looking for people who work with drive and determination, people who are not afraid of challenge who at the same time will be passionate and relentless in securing the best possible education for our young people.  

Please click here to read our Recruitment pack  This includes a welcome from the Head Teacher, and information on what Plumstead Manor can offer you if you join our team.  


Teaching Staff Vacancies Support Staff Vacancies


Many of our teaching vacancies are suitable for ECT's.  We support ECT's with an ongoing Induction programme, and a mentor.   Support and training will be continued beyond your first year. Our initial teacher training coordinator can provide further information. 


 Important documents 

 We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expect all staff to share this commitment.  Our posts are exempt from the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974, and therefore all convictions, cautions and bind-overs, including those as 'spent' must be declared.  Successful Applicants will be required to complete a Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) Application at the Enhanced Level prior to taking up post. 

References will be requested for  shortlisted applicants prior to interview.  We will also carry out online searches for shortlisted applicants in line with Keeping Children Safe in Education recommendations.