Plymstock School

Plymstock School is a co-educational 11-18 comprehensive school of over 1500 students. The school has seen a significant growth in Post 16 learner numbers over the last few years and there are currently 330 students in the Sixth Form. Our team of staff are dedicated to sustaining a school where excellent teaching enables students to develop their abilities to the full. The atmosphere here is characterised by outstanding behaviour for learning and energetic, innovative teaching. A very well designed curriculum exerts a powerful influence on learning. Students follow a broad and balanced curriculum and nearly all students in KS4 take a GCSE in French or German and a Humanities subject.

On 1 April 2011 Plymstock School became an Academy as part of the coalition government’s outstanding schools initiative. Plymstock School provides a wide choice of activities for the benefit of Plymstock School students and members of the wider community. The school is set in spacious grounds and possesses extensive facilities, ranging from a Library Resources Centre and Computer Education Suites, to specialised Science, Technology, Music, Drama, Dance and Sports facilities.

Plymstock School is very much at the heart of the community. In addition to enjoying academic success, Plymstock students also take part in an extensive programme of service to the community and are always encouraged to develop a full range of activities.



Plymstock School does not accept CVs or applications from third parties / agencies.

Only applications received on a Plymstock School formal application will be considered for shortlisting.

Plymstock School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. The post is subject to receipt of a satisfactory enhanced DBS clearance as well as prudent checks of references and employment history.



Completed application forms should be emailed to If you have the skills and personal qualities that the following job(s) demand, we would like to hear from you.


APPLICATION FORMS (for current vacancies only)

Teaching Staff Application Form: Download Here

Support Staff Application Form: Download Here

Contact: Ms Gail Buckler

Tel: 01752 402679




HEAD OF GEOGRAPHY required from January 2015


Permanent, Full time

The Headteacher and Governing Body is seeking to appoint an inspirational Head of Department who will demonstrate a clear vision for the delivery of a high quality provision in Geography, which ensures coherent progression and pathways from primary Geography through to year 13. The successful candidate will be an outstanding classroom practitioner with the commitment, energy and vision to lead our Geography team and to guide and inspire our students to develop their abilities to the full. You will be an experienced teacher of ‘A’ level Geography and have already demonstrated leadership potential in your current post.

Geography Department Information: Download Here

Job Description: Download Here

Person Specification: Download Here

Closing Date: 12 noon, Monday 06 October 2014

Interview Date: Week commencing 13 October 2014



The position for Caretaker, as advertised in a local newspaper, 24.09.14 has been withdrawn for the time being. This position will be re-advertised at a future date.