Job Description


The English faculty at Harlington School is committed to ensuring every child has the opportunity to experience, explore and succeed in our subject. Our teachers share their passion for English through well-planned, challenging and engaging lessons.

Our priority is to provide a safe, welcoming and stimulating environment where students can develop their knowledge and skills and be ambitious in their goals. We want them not only to be risk-takers, embracing challenge, but resourceful and tenacious students who are enthusiastic learners. Students are encouraged to be creative and develop independence, this is achieved through our dedication to embracing new ideas and ensuring that our curriculum and teaching styles are constantly developed and grounded in up-to-date research.

We seek to instil in students a culture of achieving beyond expectations through the challenge built into lessons and the feedback we give to help them improve.

Key Stage 5 Media Studies A Level

This course offers students a unique insight into the mass media, developing a critical understanding of media products, industries and audiences across the worlds of print, radio, TV, film and new digital technologies. Media Studies is a stimulating, creative subject that helps students to develop skills and attitudes that are valuable for employment in any career. Through its study, students develop analytical, research and practical production skills and this course offers an excellent foundation for a wide range of careers in media industries such as advertising, journalism, graphic design, film, television and radio production, marketing and promotion or for those who wish to pursue further study.

Key Stage 5 Film Studies A Level

Film is one of the main cultural innovations of the 20th century and a major art form of the last hundred years. Those who study it characteristically bring with them a high degree of enthusiasm and excitement for what is a powerful and culturally significant medium, inspiring a range of responses from the emotional to the reflective. Film Studies consequently makes an important contribution to the curriculum, offering the opportunity to investigate how film works both as a medium of representation and as an aesthetic medium.


Applications are to be made electronically using the school application form available below. All enquiries and applications via email only to: If you require any further information or wish to discuss this role in more detail please contact the Director of HR and Admin, Vanessa Chettiar via the recruitment email.

We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, and to equality of opportunity. Enhanced DBS clearance will be required. No agency enquiries. CVs alone will not be accepted.