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Art Teacher

Art Teacher

St Paul's Catholic College


London Fringe
Job type:
Part Time, Maternity Cover
Start date:
January 2018
Apply by:
16 October 2017

Job overview

Part time 0.6 FTE

St Paul’s is one of the highest performing schools in the country and our GCSE results are now in the top 5% nationally. We have an excellent reputation for training and career progression and take pride in making sure that our teachers are the best they can be. We seek to appoint a highly motivated and enthusiastic teacher to join our Art Department.

We are looking for professionals with:

  • evidence of excellent classroom practice
  • high expectations of pupil attainment and behaviour
  • evidence of ability to enthuse pupils
  • good organisation and communication skills
  • supportive of our Christian Ethos.

We offer:

  • positive working environment
  • full support and induction package
  • positive support for career development
  • ·subsidised day nursery.

Application packs are available at

Completed applications should be sent to:

Closing date for applications: Tuesday 17th October 2017 at 12 noon.

Interviews will be held later that week.

“This school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment."

The successful applicant will be required to undertake an Enhanced DBS check.

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About St Paul's Catholic College

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+44 1932 783811

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• Outstanding School

• Student Achievement is in the top 10% of schools nationally (Ofsted, December 2017)

• Nationally recognised for student progress and attainment

• Excellent Discipline

• SSAT leading edge school

• Excellent Staff CPD

• Extensive extra-curricular activities

• International School links

• Excellent Sixth Form

St Paul's is an outstanding school (December  2017) and our GCSE results are consistently in the top 10% nationally. It is a very exciting time for our school, particularly with the highlight of receiving an outstanding judgement in our recent Ofsted inspection; where the school was judged to be outstanding in all areas.  

St Paul’s has been providing Catholic education to 11-18 year olds for the Diocese of Westminster since 1988. We are situated in an attractive area with good rail, road and bus links and offer a superb educational environment for staff and students alike. 

The Catholic life of our community is at the centre of all we do, which is reflected in our mission statement `Achieving Excellence, Learning to Serve'. At St Paul's we are on a continuous journey of improvement and we place our children at the centre of everything we do. Our aim is simply to provide the best education we can whilst ensuring that children feel safe, secure and happy. Each child is unique and deserves the best we can give them.

Here at St Paul's we also have a well-established sixth form, where excellent relationships between staff and students coupled with superb teaching, is at the very core. We focus on developing the moral, spiritual and social values of our students, challenging them to achieve academically as well as developing their moral compass, their spiritual life and social values. What we aim for in short, is that all our sixth form students leave us as well-rounded young adults who are ready to take on new challenges. 

The cornerstone of these high achievements is a dedicated hardworking staff who are proud to work at St Paul's. Our staff want to do their best for all the children and strive for excellence in everything they undertake.

We welcome applicants from all faiths. Come in and see us; visitors are always welcome at any time.

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Applications closed