About Fairfield High School
At Fairfield, every individual is encouraged to challenge themselves, work creatively in collaboration with others and most importantly, achieve the sense of joy that comes from the determined effort to succeed in learning.
You will join a friendly, supportive and successful staff team who provide our students with an inspiring curriculum in a school that excels in the career development of its staff. The aim is to raise the skills levels of staff to create a highly motivated and skilled workforce.
Our core employee rewards and benefits include:
- Competitive salary
- Pension scheme for teachers and support staff
- Relevant learning and development opportunities
- Opportunities to teach A level at V6 Centre
- Cycle to work scheme
- Free parking in our staff car park
Every student at our school has the opportunity to flourish and succeed. We have high aspirations for our young people and support them so they can achieve excellence. We are committed to the highest possible standards in everything we do. Staff, parents and students work together to create a strong, harmonious organisation where learners can gain the skills, knowledge, values and qualifications they need to become active global citizens.
Fairfield High School provides outstanding opportunities for learning across the curriculum. We also have a resource base for vision impaired and hearing impaired students.
Fairfield High School is part of the Excalibur Academies Trust and works closely with its partner schools to develop opportunities for staff and students, while remaining very much an individual school. The Trust has grown from two schools in Marlborough, Wiltshire, to 11 schools in four local authorities stretching from Bristol to Reading along the M4 corridor, providing high quality education to almost 4000 children from age 2 to 18.
We currently do not have any vacancies.
Fairfield supports employees in continuous professional development (CPD) where required and expects everyone to participate in the performance management scheme. The aim is to raise the skills levels of staff to create a happy, motivated and skilled workforce.
Teaching in Bristol:
Bristol Learning City has developed a website which contains short films of current Bristol teachers speaking about their positive experience to give an insight into teachers considering the area.
The website also aims to:
- Celebrate education successes in the City
- Promote Bristol as a place to teach and lead
- Share opportunities for professional development