We value our staff highly and have a national reputation for the quality of staff training and professional development we provide. We are committed to recruiting talented teachers expert in their chosen specialism, pastorally aware and committed to the wider life of the school, and seek to develop their capacity for leadership. All staff are encouraged to continue to grow and learn through stimulating Inset, through creative collaboration within and between departments, and through peer mentoring. The sabbatical scheme is a key element in our commitment to staff development and wellbeing.
We encourage all those interested in any vacancy to request the full information pack from the school. You can do this by clicking here and then sending an email giving your postal address. Details will then be sent to you on the same working day by first class post.
PGS is committed to safeguarding children and all applicants will be subject to an Enhanced Disclosure DBS check.
There are currently no posts available in the Nursery.
Summer Work with the Development Office
Young PGS alumni and current Year 13 pupils looking for summer work this year are invited to apply to work on the first major PGS telethon, which will run Saturday 11 to Thursday 30 July. This is an exciting opportunity to earn money and gain valuable work experience, while doing something that will really benefit PGS. To apply online now please click here.
Further details can be obtained from Melanie Bushell, Development Director, email firstname.lastname@example.org
Please download the relevant application form from the list below:
All applicants are invited to complete an Equal Opportunities Monitoring Form
Information about the school
The Portsmouth Grammar School has a rich history, as does the City of Portsmouth. If you’d like to find out more about the school and it’s home city then please do click here.
Recruitment policy and information
Further information on the DBS process can be found by clicking here.