Prince George’s prep school is seeking teachers with colossal energy – and you can apply

Prince George’s prep school is seeking teachers with colossal energy – and you can apply

04/11/2022

Prince George’s prep school in London is a dream for all little ones starting out in education.

The future King and his little sister Princess Charlotte attend Thomas’s School in Battersea.

Prince William and Kate Middleton are reportedly planning to move their oldest son to a new school in Berkshire – close to Kate’s parents Michael and Carole Middleton.

But there’s still plenty of room for adults to sign up.

The school is actively recruiting a whole host of teachers including PE and French specialists.

Intrigued? We’ve got all the details…

Thomas’s Battersea Prep School offers education for 600 boys and girls between the ages for four and 11.

The school prides itself on its most important rule: "Be Kind".

But that’s not all – teachers and pupils get to enjoy a courtyard garden and sun-filled Edwardian buildings.

And as a teacher, you might find yourself overseeing after school activities like ballet, debating, gardening, karate and even touch typing.

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The current staff just love it. A music teacher comments: “Demanding, invigorating and a little crazy, the Thomas’s team is inspirational.”

And a year two teacher quips: “No day is ever the same. There’s certainly no danger of boredom!”

So what are the roles?

Teacher of PE

Are you passionate about rugby and football, hockey, netball and cricket?

Sporty teachers are invited to apply now for the chance to teach children from reception to year 10 come September.

You must be calm and consistent, coach sports teams and take part in after school clubs.

The school is looking for someone who is kind and sympathetic with ‘colossal energy’, and it’s an ideal post for Early Career Teachers.

Teacher of French

St Thomas’s new French teacher will educate children from reception to year nine.

The school’s ideal candidate is a native French speaker (and a qualified teacher, of course). Along with language classes, the role involves being a form tutor – building relationships with pupils and offering support and encouragement.

Applicants should have a ‘great sense of humour’ and be excellent at planning and meeting deadlines.

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While you might not teach Prince George in the coming years, there’s every chance Princess Charlotte could be in your class!

Like the rest of the Royal Family, the princess is a dab hand at languages and has been bilingual since the age of two.

It’s thought she’s learnt Spanish phrases from her Norland nanny Maria Borrallo, so she’ll be one to watch in your future classroom.

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