Thanks for taking the time to visit our website to view our job vacancies. Our School is no ordinary school, join us and you’ll see what we mean. Read on to see our current vacancies and to get a flavour for what our School is all about.

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At Horsforth School we believe in opportunity and achievement for all. If you work with us you will join a fantastic team in a high performing, creative and forward thinking school who believes in working collaboratively, sharing ideas and supporting each other to achieve great things.

In a recent OFSTED inspection we were rated as outstanding for Behaviour; this is shown throughout our consistently oversubscribed 11-19 school, which enjoys strong community and international links.

Horsforth School is no ordinary School, join us and you’ll see what we mean. No role in Horsforth School is ‘just a job’, you will become part of a team who work to support and develop our amazing students whilst giving you the opportunity to take ownership of your own career.

When joining our school you will also be given the opportunity to participate in activities outside of the classroom such as:

  • Extracurricular activities
  • Exciting trips and visits
  • Amazing onsite catering
  • Weekly discounted yoga sessions run onsite
  • Free access to the onsite gym
  • Bike to work scheme
  • Access to childcare vouchers
  • Dedicated investment in physical and mental wellbeing
  • A buzzing and lively staffroom that includes a football team, weekly raffle and regular social activities.

Following a recent staff survey 100% of our staff said they were happy at Horsforth School, so why not become part of the team.

Our vacancies can be viewed at the top of the page.

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Leeds Teaching School Hub

Horsforth School is proud to be a Strategic Partner of Leeds Teaching School Hub and we have benefited greatly from having worked with them, since September 2021, on the DfE’s ‘golden thread’ of the core responsibilities of Initial Teacher Training (ITT), Early Career Framework (ECF) and National Professional Qualifications (NPQs).

It is essential that teachers, from the very point of entering the profession, at the start of their training year, through to teachers of many years in the profession, are given exceptional opportunities to develop their knowledge and skills. Leeds Teaching School Hub is different in its approach to other providers as it offers a personalised, face-to-face experience that is woven throughout all aspects of its work.

The highly experienced and knowledgeable Director of ECF is dedicated to working with schools across the city, so they benefit from in-person visits that instill confidence in both the Early Career Teacher (ECT) and the mentor, thus empowering them to engage effectively with the ECF and to develop their knowledge and expertise. Expert facilitators also offer a further layer of support for the professional development of both ECTs and mentors.

Leeds Teaching School Hub also delivers the full suite of NPQs and aims to offer the vast majority of its NPQ seminars in a face-to-face setting, giving colleagues from across the city the experience of coming together, to network, to reflect on and to refine their practice.

We would highly recommend all aspects of the work of Leeds Teaching Hub and if, having had the opportunity to start to learn about their work, you wish to find out more, then they would welcome a conversation with you.

 To begin the process of registering interest with Leeds Teaching School Hub in the first instance contact the Principal, Nicola Cornfoot, at

Further important information is also available on the Leeds Teaching School Hub website


At Horsforth School we embrace all education pathways, recognising that the definition of success is unique to the achiever and believing in alternative methods of engagement such as sport and creative activities.

Please check our vacancies at the top of the page for all current apprenticeship opportunities.

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Applying for a Role at Horsforth School

Please note, we do not accept CVs. If you wish to apply for a role, please download an application form from our website and return it to

If you are successful in being called for interview, details will be emailed to you, therefore please provide a valid email address and ensure you check your junk folder for any correspondence.

We welcome applications regardless of age, gender, ethnicity or religion. The school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of our students and we expect all colleagues to share this commitment. Appointments will be subject to an enhanced DBS disclosure and reference checks.