Teaching in Rushmoor
Find out about teaching job opportunities in Aldershot and Farnborough and what's great about living and working in the area.
Becoming a teacher in Aldershot or Farnborough
Have you ever thought about a career in teaching or returning to teaching after working elsewhere? Or are you bored with your current job and have ambitions to be a teacher?
Well we think you would love working and living in Rushmoor at one of our four secondary schools or 30 primary schools. We're close to London and the south coast without the crazy house prices and have plenty of leisure opportunities and green space for a teacher on the up.
Leisure and entertainment in Rushmoor
Just have a look at what we have to offer you either as a single person, as part of a couple. or if you are bringing your family with you.
Rushmoor sits in the heart of in the Blackwater Valley, a prosperous area covering parts of Hampshire, Surrey and Berkshire.
Our leisure facilities include two cinemas, a ski centre, sports centres, museums, and bowling alleys. We are also very lucky to be the home of two top entertainment and arts venues, the Princes Hall and the West End Centre, which attracts everyone from established starts like Russell Brand to top young up and coming artists.
If you want to escape from it all and love the great outdoors, we have plenty of parks, nature reserves and historic sites too. You'll find details of these on our Parks and outdoors page.
Enjoy the rewards of teaching in Rushmoor
We're happy to tell you that working in our schools, particularly our secondary schools, offers a challenge. But then aren't all the best challenges fantastically rewarding?
Our secondary schools are making strong progress and we have a strong commitment to improving outcomes for young people. So why don't you take on the challenge and become part of their success story?
Help with your future options
If you are considering your next career move, Hampshire County Council holds occasional recruitment fairs. We will let you know when the next one is booked.
The fairs are aimed at those interested in getting into teaching (whether you are a college or university student or looking for a career change), newly qualified teachers (NQTs), and qualified teachers relocating to the area.
Visit the Education Jobs Hampshire website for the latest list of jobs in the county.