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Teacher of Food, Cookery and Nutrition – Part-time (Monday, Tuesday, Thursday) from September 2021  Food Dt advert July 2021

We are looking for a teacher of Technology, primarily for Catering at KS3 and 4, but there is a level of flexibility to incorporate more general design technology for KS3.

Closing date: noon on Wednesday 14th July 2021.

Interviews shortly thereafter


Teacher of Construction – Part-time (3 days over 2 weeks, Thursday (wk1), Tuesday, Thursday (wk2) from September 2021 Construction advert July 2021

We are looking for a teacher of Construction for KS4.

Closing date: noon on Friday 16th July 2021

Interviews:  shortly thereafter


Science teacher – Part-time/Temporary contract (maternity cover). Science teacher advert July 2021

We are looking for a science teacher, on a part-time, temporary basis (Monday, Wednesday, Thursday) from October 2021.

Closing date: noon on Friday 16th July 2021

Interviews:  shortly thereafter


To apply for any of these vacancies, please complete a teaching staff application form which is available below and forward with a letter to Mrs Smith by post or email to ssmith@bassingbournvc.org outlining how you would successfully implement the requirements of the job description and how your previous experience has successfully prepared you for this post.      classroom teacher Job Description


School and Primary Hub Finance Manager  Finance Manager BAS and Primary Hub Job Description and Person Spec

PO1 £31,346-£33,782 pro rata

Working pattern : 37 hours per week, 44 weeks per year (term time plus 6 weeks)

Location: Bassingbourn Village College, with regular travel to other Trust sites

Pension – salary related, defined benefit scheme

We are looking for AAT qualified staff, keen to develop a career in a friendly and growing trust.  You will be committed to the Trust’s aims and values and to ensuring the continuous improvement of our financial operations.

Closing date for applications:    Midday 5 July 2021

Proposed interview date:            13 July 2021

To arrange an informal conversation about the roles please contact Charity Main, Chief Operating Officer cmain@anglianlearning.org

To apply for the role please complete the Support Staff application form and send together with a letter of application of no more than 2 sides of A4, outlining how your skills and experience will enable you to be successful in this role.  Please send to Kathryn Oliver, Director of HR at hr@anglianlearning.org.


If you are interested in applying for one of our vacancies, visits to the school are warmly encouraged (restrictions permitting); please call the school office to arrange. If a visit is not possible then a telephone conversation with our Principal or one of our Deputy Principals is welcomed.     For more information on working at Bassingbourn Village College and what the local surroundings have to offer, please take some time to read our Application Pack Information :  Working at Bassingbourn Village College


Application forms :  Application forms should be completed and returned to the College with a covering letter.

We do not accept CVs.

Teaching staff:           (word version): Teacher application form          (PDF version)  Teacher application form

Non-teaching staff (including exam invigilators)          (word version)  Support Staff application form    (PDF version)  Support Staff application form

Disclosure of criminal record declaration form.pdf                  Disclosure of criminal record declaration form Word version


Privacy Notice for Job Applicants

Trust Appointed Governor – Bassingbourn Village College


Anglia Learning Multi-Academy Trust is looking to appoint a governor to the Local Governing Body of Bassingbourn Village College.


BVC is an excellent school with a strong positive ethos. In 2017 the College achieved a “Good” rating from Ofsted, who described BVC as a great school built upon strong relationships. Ofsted noted in particularly the safe and inclusive atmosphere, where good behaviour is a strength and supports learning well.


Governors are responsible for providing strategic leadership and accountability in schools. They help to decide the priorities for improving the school and work in partnership with the Headteacher, senior leadership team and other governors to raise standards and improve outcomes for all students. Our Trust governors are very valuable members of the governing body and we rely on them to provide us with the skills and experience we need to function effectively. These include understanding and/or experience of governance and strategic planning, communication skills including being able to discuss sensitive issues tactfully, and ability to analyse and understand data.


Being a school governor also requires a time commitment that includes attending meetings and events inside and outside of school, and reading and commenting on documents outside of meetings. You will also be required to attend training courses and termly briefings outside of school.


If you have time to commit to this role we would like you to consider becoming a Trust governor at BVC.


The term of office for a Trust governor is four years.


Anyone who is interested in becoming a Trust governor should contact Mr Will Clayton, the Chair of the Local Governing Body, by email: wclayton@anglianlearning.org



Bassingbourn Village College

South End, Bassingbourn, Royston, Hertfordshire, SG8 5NJ

01763 242344