Staff Vacancies

Secondary Teacher of Maths and Science

Contract Term: Permanent

Hours: Full Time

Start Date: 1st September 2021

Location: 1 Southampton Road, Lyndhurst, Hampshire, SO43 7BU


Are you a confident and inspirational teacher? Would you like to be part of a school that values innovation and whole child education?


The New Forest Small School is an alternative, independent school for children aged 3 to 16, situated in the heart of the New Forest in an idyllic, relaxed, human scale educational environment. With a focus on staff wellbeing and opportunities for professional development, the NFSS leads with kindness and respect and thrives on good humour and teamwork.

The school term runs for 35 weeks a year.

The ideal person will:

  • Be fully supportive of the school’s principles and ethos

  • Have a holistic approach to whole child education

  • Provide high-quality teaching that encourages and supports students

  • Have a passion for teaching the curriculum beyond the classroom, with ambition to fire the children’s curiosity, exploration and discovery

  • Be proactive in thinking outside the box to provide the very best learning opportunities and outcomes for the children

  • Be flexible and adaptable

  • Have passion to affect positive change within the school and the community

  • Provide pastoral care as required and be aware of mental health and wellbeing needs

  • Communicate effectively with parents to represent the school positively

  • Meet and fulfil the requirements of the Teachers' Standards


Safeguarding Statement:

The New Forest Small School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.


Equality and protected characteristics:

We welcome applications from all suitable applicants including under represented groups (ethnicity, gender, transgender, age, disability, sexual orientation or religion).


For more information or to apply please contact the headteacher, Maz Wilberforce, on (02380) 284415 or via email.

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