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Information on remote education:  At Thames we started online learning on the first day of lockdown in March 2020. During lockdowns we deliver the curriculum according to the regular school timetable. It has been adapted where necessary to streamline and enhance the remote learning experience using G suite apps. If necessary pupils borrow a school laptop. 

Lessons are taught live with aspects continued off screen or in pupils' own time. We recognise that screen fatigue needs to be avoided despite our capability for 100% live lessons. Sport provision has been adapted with some live sessions and clubs take place live on Friday afternoons.  We expect pupils to be on time to lessons, fully engaged, with cameras on and to be completing all work to the best of their ability. If there are any connectivity issues we expect pupils to be proactive in seeking out work to be covered, for example by accessing the materials in their subject google classrooms.

Subject teachers and form tutors keep in regular contact with pupils. Feedback and assessment takes place through teachers' marking of work online, live questioning, handwritten & scanned uploads, and a variety of online assessment formats which may include forms, Q&A and polls. LSA and one to one provision continues online as it does in person. Self isolating pupils can access the learning in exactly the same way as others who are learning remotely.

Thames Christian School, Wye Street, London, SW11 2HB
Company No. 3986193 Charity No. 1081666
Registered office in the UK: 8-10 South Street, Epsom, Surrey KT18 7PF

Chair of Trustees: Marie-Louise Wells 
The Chair of Trustees may be contacted c/o the registered office or the school address


Teacher of Computer Science

For September 2021: This post is full time and involves working approximately 50% in school teaching and 50% with a design consultancy. Computing is a dynamic subject and this role has been created in partnership with a full-service design consultancy enabling the development and delivery of a curriculum which is up to date and industry relevant.

The ideal candidate will have all-around development skills, including a bias towards front-end development (HTML, CSS and JavaScript).  The candidate must also be articulate and comfortable communicating directly with clients on email, calls, online meetings and face-to-face. 

The successful applicant will teach Computer Science across KS3 and KS4 with KS5 following in due course. The curriculum has been carefully crafted to develop industry relevant skills whilst preparing pupils for IGCSE and A level examinations. Applications are welcomed from NQTs or teachers in the early stages of their career.  Thames has an excellent CPD programme and a strong track record of mentoring NQTs.

Approximately 50% of your time will be spent working for Roundtable Studio for a range of clients from small-medium sized businesses to national public sector bodies. Skills required for this role include HTML, CSS/SASS, JS, PHP, MySQL and Adobe Creative Suite.

The role:

  • Teaching Computer Science across Key Stage 3, 4 and 5
  • Working from existing schemes of learning and also creating new, well-differentiated schemes of learning and resources
  • Preparing pupils for Computer Science IGCSE and A level.
  • Working as part of a design and development consultancy team

The post is open to an excellent applicant who will:

  • Be a graduate with a Computer Science related degree
  • Have some experience of web development
  • Have experience in either the private or maintained system
  • Have a commitment to embracing challenges and raising pupil attainment
  • Be a creative, inventive and dedicated classroom practitioner with a real passion for your subject
  • Have an exceptional eye for detail
  • Be excited by the school’s vision and respect the school’s values

To apply: Fully completed application forms, together with your CV, should be returned to the school by email to as soon as possible. Our standard application form must be completed, CVs on their own will not be considered.

Closing Date for Applications: As soon as possible - applications will be considered on receipt and interviews may occur at any stage so we recommend early application.

Computer Science Information Pack

Job Description

Application Form

Recruitment Privacy Notice

Safeguarding statement: Thames Christian School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all who work at the school to share this commitment. Successful applicants will be subject to child protection screening appropriate to the post including an enhanced disclosure through the Disclosure and Barring Service.



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