Queen Elizabeth’s is an incredibly welcoming, supportive and yet dynamic place to work. Our staff find it highly rewarding to teach and assist some of the most able young men in the country to fulfil their considerable potential.
Founded in 1573, Queen Elizabeth’s is a leading Selective School for Boys aged 11 to 18 with some 1290 on roll and a Sixth Form of about 350. Five consecutive “outstandingly successful” Ofsted reports indicate the firm foundations of the School’s exceptional academic and extra-curricular achievements. The School acquired Academy status in September 2010.
The nearest tube station is High Barnet (Northern Line) and our twenty-three acre site on the edge of the Green Belt is an attractive and inspiring setting for learning.
Queen Elizabeth’s is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children. Applicants must be willing to undergo child protection screening appropriate to the post, including checks with past employers and the Disclosure & Barring Service. We are an equal opportunities employer.
Information about our graduate teacher training programme can be found here.
GET INTO TEACHING AT QUEEN ELIZABETH’S: trainee teachers required for September 2022
Posted: 17th September 2021
One of the country’s leading academic schools, Queen Elizabeth’s Barnet blends a distinctive heritage and proud traditions with an innovative, forward-looking approach to providing a state education like no other to 1,290 boys aged 11-18. We are looking to support…
In 'Building on Distinction', our strategic plan covering the period 2021–2025, we set out our updated vision and priorities as Queen Elizabeth’s School presses onwards from its current place of national pre-eminence to an even more successful future.
The plan takes all that is best from QE’s illustrious past and from our stellar achievements of recent years and then synthesises a new vision suitable for the 2020s. We have re-cast our mission, thinking afresh about the attributes that the rising generation of Elizabethans will need, so that they can take up their places as leaders of the future, making their contribution to society in a globally connected world rich in opportunity and in challenges to be solved.