Dunottar School is a warm, welcoming, vibrant community and our staff are integral to creating the positive, inspiring environment that our pupils and parents love. The school joined United Learning in 2014 and, as part of a group, staff have access to excellent CPD opportunities and exciting career progression. Dunottar is a growing school with ambitious plans and this is a great time to be part of the journey.
Dunottar School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and all staff understand and share this commitment. Online checks are carried out ahead of interview for all shortlisted candidates and applicants must be willing to undergo child protection screening, including checks with past employers and the Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS).
As part of United Learning, we offer competitive salaries, pension scheme, fee reduction for staff children, lunch during term time, access to sports facilities and an extensive range of benefits via a United Learning Rewards Scheme.
You can view vacancies across the United Learning group on the United Learning Careers website.
The documents above relate to all vacancies.
I have been an English teacher at Dunottar School since September 2017 and, alongside full-time teaching, I have been working towards my doctorate in Education. By allowing me to work flexibly, the school has enabled me to pursue my studies at my own pace, rather than cramming my writing in to the odd hour here and there. I have also used some members of the SLT as sounding boards for developing ideas for my thesis.
Working at Dunottar feels like being part of a family: you can share the highs and lows with each other and work collaboratively to achieve your personal goals. Despite the countless tasks they are juggling, staff are always willing to give up their time to help you and actively listen to what you have to say. I can honestly say that I feel immensely supported by the Dunottar team.
During my time at Dunottar I have been able to complete my ECB Level 3 Cricket Coaching Award. Since passing the qualification, I have been an Assistant Coach to the England Physical Disabled team who recently made it through to the World Cup Final, narrowly losing out on a victory. The school has supported me through this, allowing me to work flexibly to support the team.
Ideas are always welcome and encouraged, and I am delighted to have been able to expand the cricket provision at the school, through an exciting partnership with Surrey County Cricket and the installation of a brand new 4-lane cricket net facility.