Solihull School employs almost 400 staff in both teaching and support roles across two campuses.
Teaching staff at Solihull School are hardworking and knowledgeable in their subject area, and inspire pupils to excel. There is an extensive and exciting programme of co-curricular activities, to which all teaching staff are expected to contribute. Support staff are an integral part of the school community, and enhance the pupils’ experience through the provision of administrative, catering, grounds and maintenance support.
Solihull School encourages applications from staff at all stages of their career. Teachers who join us as an NQT benefit from a fully accredited Induction.
Solihull School is within walking distance of Solihull Town Centre and is easily accessible from the M42. Find more directions to the school here.
Some of the benefits of working at Solihull:
- Significantly reduced tuition fees
- Sickness and Maternity benefits equivalent to the Maintained Sector
- Free lunch during term-time
- Access to the Teachers’ Pension Scheme, or attractive pension scheme for non-teaching staff
Solihull School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and applicants must be willing to undergo child protection screening appropriate to the post.
current vacancies at solihull.
Full-time, permanent position. The closing date for the return of applications is 12pm, Monday 9 August 2021.
Further details and forms are available below.
Solihull is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. Applicants must be willing to undergo child protection screening appropriate to the post, including checks with past employers and the Disclosure and Barring Service.
Interested in Teaching?
Solihull School is proud to be a member of the King Edward’s Consortium (KEC), a group of 23 excellent – and very varied – schools in the Birmingham and Solihull areas who work together to train graduate secondary school teachers.
Find out more about the King Edward's Consortium.