Who Are We?
Ursuline High School, Wimbledon, is an OFSTED outstanding, voluntary-aided, comprehensive high school for Roman Catholic girls from 11-18 under the Trusteeship of the Catholic Archdiocese of Southwark.
Merton schools are top in England for Progress 8, the Ursuline has been in the top 5% for 4 years and has a tradition of academic excellence, addressing individual needs and service in the spirit of St Angela. The curriculum equips girls with skills for the modern, global world and develops them as independent and critical learners and confident communicators.
The RE Department is a consistently evolving department in the school and one that is united by a strong and supportive team spirit. Staff are all experienced and have an excellent work ethic. The Department is well resourced with excellent facilities and is committed to the continuous improvement of resources and to the development of staff skills through CPD sessions, in order to maintain the outstanding levels of teaching and learning in RE.
Who are we looking for?
An exciting opportunity has arisen for an enthusiastic and dedicated teacher to join our RE Department as Head of Key Stage.
Purpose: To lead the Key Stage to excellence in teaching and learning
Responsibility for student outcomes at: KS4
Line Manager: Head of Faculty
Line Management of: Key Stage
Performance Management of: Up to 2 staff
The school has amazing students and an outstanding CPD programme. It is situated in the heart of Wimbledon with easy access to Central London and the South East.
Applicants should be committed to working within the Catholic ethos of the school.
The position is subject to enhanced DBS disclosure.
The school is committed to safeguarding its students and post holders must be responsible for the safety of the students in their care.
Closing date for application forms
12.00pm on Monday 25th February 2019
For any additional information regarding this role please contact
Mrs Martin, Assistant PA to the Headteacher
by email (firstname.lastname@example.org)
or phone (020 3908 3181)