Staff Vacancies & Volunteers

All vacancies are advertised on Recruitment Online. Applications should be made through Recruitment Online, but those experiencing technical difficulties can send an electronic copy to the school. 
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We have a One Person Policy at the school. No matter if you are a student in the Entry Class or are the Principal, we believe that we are all of equal worth. Each of us has hopes, dreams, ambitions, strengths and weaknesses. Whether teaching or support staff we all work towards achieving the one school vision.

We value highly skilled staff who are experts within their field, but we also value those who may be new to teaching or their area of expertise who have a wealth of prior experiences, or are young and have a burning passion to help other young people grow and develop as learners.

We value flexibility in staff, particularly those who can contribute their talents in a range of areas across the school, inside and outside the classroom. Currently we are interested in staff who have specialist skills in the following areas;

What do we look for in staff?

This information applies to both teaching and non-teaching staff. We have a "One Person" policy at TC, and value and respect all staff equally regardless of their role.

If you think you might be suited to the school then we would encourage you to make contact, preferably by email initially. You may want to attach a brief CV. What we do want to know, is about your creativity and passion for educating young people. We do have a lot of people both teaching and non-teaching who have registered their interest in working at our school, so please don't be upset if your enquiry does not result in an immediate job at TC.

What we also want to do is provide moral and professional support to all creative and dynamic teachers to make a difference in their existing schools as well.

The qualities we are looking for in our staff include, but are not limited to:

  • A demonstrated passion and ability to help young people achieve their goals
  • Creativity in your approach to education
  • Being a good role model as a life-long learner
  • Highly developed ICT skills and an ability to use these to assist learning
  • An enjoyment for working both inside and outside your own area of expertise
  • Having a broad range of experience, skills and passions
  • Being able to demonstrate how you know when students are making progress
  • Being skilled at motivating students
  • Being adaptable and flexible

Teaching Positions Available: 



Student Teachers & Volunteers

Currently we are taking applications for- 

Permaculture Garden Volunteers 

Tuesdays 9.30am – 12.30pm  

Join our exciting new volunteer team and assist in the ongoing development and maintenance of this vibrant and productive learning environment whilst gaining knowledge about the basic principles of permaculture gardening. For more information please read through the role description below. 

If this time doesn’t suit but you are still keen to help in some way, then please fill in the application form below and outline your availability.

Volunteer Application Form

Permaculture Garden Volunteer Role Description 

@TC we believe that the more caring and capable adults modelling positive learning behaviours that students are exposed to in their classes, the better. We strongly encourage student teachers to take placements of 6 months in the school. These graduates work in tandem with our own experienced teachers in the delivery of the curriculum and often team teach to provide greater access to expertise and assistance for our students.

All student teachers and volunteers undergo a screening process, including a Working With Children check, and our existing staff always retain the responsibility for the class. Whilst we do not always have an immediate need for the skills offered we are keen to build our bank of volunteers.