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Philip Southcote School
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Philip Southcote is a warm and friendly school that focuses on the personal and social needs of pupils as well as developing and delivering high quality education. The school has a long and successful history of meeting the needs of a wide range of pupils’ special needs including the Deaf Pupil Provision and Post 16 Provision.


The School was judged “good” at its last inspection report in June 2018; and we are now moving rapidly towards outstanding!  Our highly experienced and committed staff are passionate about new projects and challenges within the school community.


This is an exciting opportunity to work within a strong and determined leadership team as we continue in the next stage of the schools development. You will be a team player, who can motivate and inspire all key stakeholders. You will have high expectations for all, tenacity to drive change and above all else a good sense of humour.


Experience of SEND in a special school environment is desirable though not essential for this post.  Visits to the school are welcomed and encouraged.  For more details, application form or to arrange a visit, please contact our School office.


Philip Southcote School is fully committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people. This position requires an enhanced DBS disclosure and satisfactory references in line with our Safer Recruitment checks.

Current Vacancies

If you feel that you have the energy, passion, resilience and drive to be part of making Philip Southcote School outstanding, we would love to have you on our team.   The pupils, staff and Governors warmly invite you to visit us and see the ‘Southcote Community” in action. We are sure you will experience our friendly, relaxed atmosphere and get a taste of how rewarding your work will be.



At Philip Southcote School safeguarding is our highest priority for pupils and staff.

Thanks for your interest in working at Philip Southcote.

To see details of current vacancies, please click on the button below to be taken to the Eteach website.


Just a gentle reminder that if your child is not feeling 100% please do not send them to school and contact the school for advice. Please wear a face covering on transport if you feel able to do so.