As one of the UK’s leading schools, Putney High School is rightly proud of its exceptional academic results and pastoral care.  A spirit of intellectual agility and engagement is at the heart of the school’s ethos, with pupils stretched, challenged and supported inside the classroom and beyond.

Established in 1893 the school is set in leafy, tranquil grounds close to the heart of Putney and to the River Thames. With already enviable facilities, the school is currently going through the next exciting phase of its development with a new Science, Music, Drama & Debating Centre due to open in September 2021.

The school is part of the GDST, the UK’s leading network of independent girls’ schools. and is committed to diversity, inclusion and real change: a family where every individual is valued, respected and included.

Senior School Tour

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Junior School Tour

Watch our virtual tour to get a glimpse of what life is like at Putney

Current Vacancies

KS2 Teacher (Maternity Cover)

Required from January 2022 or 2nd half of spring term

Candidate Brief

Application Form

Please send your application to recruitment@put.gdst.net

Closing Date:  Monday 8th November 2021

Interviews will be held week beginning 15th November 2021

Part Time Rowing Coach

16 hours a week, all year round

Candidate Brief

Application Form

Please send your application to recruitment@put.gdst.net

Closing Date:  1st November 2021 – applications to be received by 9.00am

Interviews to be held week commencing 8th November 2021

Junior School Supply Teacher

To work as and when required for cover purposes

Candidate Brief

Application Form

Please send your application to recruitment@put.gdst.net

Life at Putney

Our students enjoy discovering new interests and making friends for life, nurtured and encouraged within a kind and down-to-earth community. They leave us with the character, confidence and the resourcefulness to make their mark in the world, equipped with the knowledge and real-world skills to give them the edge.

 

Putney pupils are spirited, vibrant and learn to think for themselves, but they also know how to have fun, and most importantly, to really enjoy their time at school.

Suzie Longstaff

Suzie Longstaff
Headmistress
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