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Join Team Becky High! 

When you join us, you become part of an institution and a centre of the community that directly influences the futures of some of the most outstanding young people in the area.  



We are one of the top schools in the county for our A-Level and GCSE results, and our students’ extra-curricular development and self-motivated learning is unsurpassed. Academic development for every student is our priority. We deliver this with a combination of exceptional teaching, dedicated support staff, a progressive attitude to delivering challenging learning and an evolving environment that brings with it a community of motivated, successful students.;

However, academic success is not gained in isolation. We believe that the keystone to a student’s time with us, and the guarantee of future accomplishments, is our focus on nurturing, wellbeing and safeguarding. In tutors, teachers, Heads of Learning and their peers, students find support and guidance through the many stages of secondary school education and growing up, a foundation that enables them to strive for the remarkable. 

Our learning environment plays a huge part in the development of our students, we offer university-grade science laboratories, ICT-enabled classrooms, dance studio, floodlit astro, multi-subject computer rooms, design studio, food technology room, drama studios and large art spaces. We are constantly investing in our facilities to ensure our students excel, whatever the subject. 


If you would like to join our remarkable community, our current vacancies can we found here.  

Train with us


Beaconsfield High School is proud to be in partnership with the Astra School Centred Initial Teacher Training provider (SCITT), an innovative, Ofsted Outstanding and non-profit organisation providing outstanding training opportunities for new entrants into the teaching profession. The Astra SCITT is part of the Astra Teaching School Hub, accredited by the DfE as one of only 87 Hubs in the country to offer the 'golden thread' of training and support for teachers at all stages of their career. 

Astra is currently recruiting Primary and Secondary trainees in the following subjects/phases across over 50 local selective, non-selective, primary and special schools: Art; Biology; Business; Economics with Business; Chemistry; Computer Science; Drama; English; Geography; History; Maths; Modern Foreign Languages; Music; PE; Physics; RE; Primary; Primary with Maths.  Some part time routes are also available. 

More information can be found on the DfE train to teach portal, as well as the Astra website, and applications can be made via DfE Apply.  You can also contact us directly. You may also qualify for a generous bursary to train. 

Staff Stories

Every week we run a profile on a member of staff, a bite-size interview which tells you a little more about them! Last academic year, the series featured teaching staff and was called '60 Seconds with.....' and this academic year we have returned to 'Unseen Talent' which showcases the staff who don't teach but keep the school running smoothly!  You can read all the interviews here!

Staff perks

Without highly capable, committed and inspirational staff, Beaconsfield High would not be the remarkable school it is. We value each and every person who works here, regardless of their position within the school and are proud to offer the following Becky High staff benefits in addition to the benefits offered to all school staff further down the page. 

Becky High benefits

Attend your child’s primary sports day
We know these almost always take place during the school day, but providing you notify your line manager, you are free to cheer on the egg and spoon race or even join in the parents' race on your child's big day.

Birthday Club / Cakes at Break
Who doesn't like to feel special on their birthday? If you join the Birthday Club, not only are you invited to share cake when there's a staff birthday, you also receive a card, flowers and cake on your own birthday too!

Christmas and end-of-year socials
The perfect opportunity to celebrate the end of the autumn term and the end of the school year! In the past we have enjoyed celebrations at Brasserie Blanc, The White Horse and The Beech House!

Good Eggs and Christmas Stars
At the end of the autumn and spring term, staff are asked to nominate colleagues who they think gave gone the extra mile and deserve special recognition. These people receive a letter to say they have been nominated and may also win a little treat too! At Christmas, the Governors serve mulled wine and fizz at these events, in recognition of all the hard-work staff have put in the first term back.

Government approved additional non-inset ‘Academy Days’
These are non-working days in addition to inset days.

Health Assured coverage
An employee assistance programme providing advice on a range of issues including family issues, gambling, drug and alcohol issues, domestic abuse, stress and anxiety, relationship advice, financial, tax and legal information and bereavement. Counselling is offered both in person and over the telephone. To log in click here. Full details on accessing this service can be found in the email sent out by Tina Bond in October.

New staff ‘buddies’
When you join us, you will be given a buddy who will be your go-to person during your first couple of weeks, showing you important things like how to work the photocopier, the phone system, cafeteria protocol, where the toilets are and much more. You can ask them anything, ok almost anything!

Pearson Teacher Awards
Nominations take place during October - February, with finalists being announced in March.

Secret Buddies
Every academic year you can choose to receive a Secret Buddy who you buy small gifts for from a list of preferences and interests, in return another member does the same for you.  We recommend a spend of £5/ term, so you could buy 5 gifts costing £1, 2 for £2.50 or one gift for £5! You can also leave notes thanking your Secret Buddy on the staff noticeboard!

Travel to exciting places
We offer a number of very exciting student trips both national and international, which staff are encouraged to join. Past trips have included the annual ski trip, plus trips to South Africa, the USA, Iceland, Spain, France and....Dorset!

Nationwide school staff benefits

Apple discount
Looking for a new MacBook?  You can get a 10% discount if you buy through the Apple for Education website. Once you have selected your product, simply verify your eligibility via Unidays and the education discounts should then be automatically applied. Click here for more info.

This website offers discounts to teachers and school support staff on brands and experiences, similar to teachersperks.uk, but with a different range of offers. Offers can be found on clothing, beauty, restaurants, car hire, broadband, motor coverage, MOTs and insurance. 

Free will writing
The NASUWT offers free will, probate and lasting power of attorney services. Click here for more info. 

Gym membership discounts
Wycombe Lido, Wycombe Leisure Centre and Chalfont Leisure Centre and Waves Leisure at The Bell House in Gerrards Cross all offer discounts on their premium/ full memberships.  For example, a premium membership at Wycombe Leisure Centre gives you access to their centre plus Court Gardens in Marlow and Risborough Springs Pool and Fitness for £37/ month instead of £44/month. Currently Wycombe Lido full membership is £36/month and Chalfont Leisure is £39.50/month. Simply take your staff ID card with you when you sign-up. 

Hilton Hotel discount
Offering 25% off the best available bed & breakfast rate at weekends and 15% off Hampton by Hilton hotels. Access the offer via this link and be ready to show your ID when you check-in. 

International Teacher Identity Card
For full-time teachers, this card is £12 year and is an internationally recognised ID card that offers the same benefits and discounts as the ISIC card (you get access to over 150,000 discounts globally). Click here for more info. 

O2 Open is a staff enefit scheme giving you various discounts on their Airtime Plans.  For example, for O2 Airtime Plans with 3GB or more data a month, you can get a 25% discount on the Airtime Plan and for Airtime Plans with less than 3GB data a month, you can get a 15% discount on the Airtime Plan.  To add the discount, click here and follow the instructions under ‘How to claim your O2 Open discount’. Your five-character O2 Open code is TEACH. When you’re asked to submit a copy of your payslip, you can either do this or submit a copy of your staff ID badge. Just follow the instructions in the My O2 Open portal to submit one of these. 

Similar to Discounts for Teachers, this website offers discounts to teachers and school support staff on brands and experiences.  All you need to do is register with them and you’re good to go.