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KS1/KS2 Phase Leader with responsibility for leading RE across the Primary Phase

KS1/KS2 Phase Leader with responsibility for leading RE across the Primary Phase

St Gregory the Great Catholic School


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TMS or UPS plus TLR 2 (1)
Job type:
Full Time, Permanent
Start date:
1st September 2018
Apply by:
24 January 2018

Job overview


We require for September 2018

An experienced KS1/ KS2 Phase Leader with responsibility for leading RE across the Primary Phase.

TMS or UPS plus TLR2 (1) 

From September 2018, we are seeking to appoint an enthusiastic and motivated experienced practitioner to join our growing primary leadership team.  We are looking for a teacher who:

· is a flexible, well qualified and highly committed practitioner, who would relish the opportunity to become involved in the development of our growing school;

· is keen to be involved in our varied and dynamic creative curriculum;

· is passionate, highly creative, self-motivated team player with strong interpersonal skills’

· is capable of designing and delivering outstanding lessons and have a sophisticated understanding of how young children learn;

· is confident in using ICT for teaching, assessment and administration;

· Can model and support the development of outstanding RE teaching and learning across the phase.

· Can support the Head of Primary in leading the Catholic life across this growing phase of a through school. 

We are a popular primary school  and admit 60 Foundation Stage pupils each year  as we develop a two form entry  School and Nursery on a 3-19 campus.  “Leaders and staff adhere to the academy’s values of ‘wisdom, justice, integrity and compassion’. As a result, students are well cared for in an environment free from discrimination which promotes equal opportunities. They are supported and nurtured so that they gain the skills and confidence to succeed.” (Ofsted April 2015)

The successful candidate will be an excellent and experienced primary practitioner and will have the capacity to raise attainment through motivating and inspiring pupils.  You will become part of a forward-thinking and supportive team. This is a wonderful opportunity to make a difference to the achievement and life chances of the young people we serve.

For a CES application form and further details, please contact Rosemary Gelder on the above number or email: If you would like further details or a visit to the school please contact us.

We are committed to safeguarding the welfare of students so all staff are enhanced DBS checked.

Start date:  September 2018

Closing date:   24th January 2018

Interview date:  Week Commencing 29th January 2018 

Attached documents

About St Gregory the Great Catholic School

Mission Statement

Established as a centre of Catholic Lifelong Learning serving Oxford and South Oxfordshire, we the students, staff and governors of St. Gregory the Great, Oxford, seek to develop as a community of faith, where Catholic beliefs and values can grow.

We aim to serve each other, the Church, parents, and the wider community. We strive to create and cultivate an atmosphere where each person is inspired, encouraged and supported to the highest levels of educational achievement. Our school aims to ensure that all are able to realise their aspirations, take their responsibilities seriously, respect themselves and others, and grow in love of Christ.

Our Goals

• Faith
To affirm the educational process as a Christian journey, by helping people to grow as followers of Christ and foster each other’s faith in all that they do.

• Achievement
To provide the best teaching resources and technology available and to create a physical and emotional environment in which excellence can thrive and pupils have the opportunity to achieve their full personal potential.

• Worship
To celebrate our faith, by creating structures and encouraging attitudes that will make prayer and liturgy highly valued, with all members of the community becoming involved.

• People
To recruit, retain and nurture outstanding teaching and support staff. We also aim to form structures and systems of pastoral care which make personal support, advice and spiritual development easily available to everyone, in an atmosphere of mutual trust.

• Community
To belong to, and work with, the Catholic community in Oxford and South Oxfordshire, along with the local community of all faiths. We will promote the idea of the school as a partner with the community, in terms of education, sporting and charitable activities, practising an outward-looking attitude to all, especially parents and local parishes. Our school will prepare our students to become responsible citizens.

• Curriculum
To develop programmes of study that actively reflect Catholic teaching and values and provide the opportunity for pupils to reach the levels of personal achievement to which they aspire.

Ethos Statement

This school was founded by, and is part of, the Catholic Church. The school shall be conducted in accordance with the provision of the Education Acts and subject thereto, in accordance with:

• the provisions of the Instrument of Government;

• the provisions of these Articles and any Rules or Bye-Laws made thereunder;

• the trust deed of the Archdiocese of Birmingham;

• the teachings and canon law of the Roman Catholic Church; and at all times the school is to serve as a witness to the Catholic Faith in Our Lord Jesus Christ.

Acts of collective worship shall be in accordance with the rites, practices, discipline and liturgical norms of the Catholic Church.

The form and content of religious education provided shall be determined from time to time by the Governing Body and shall be in accordance with the teaching, discipline and particular norms of the Catholic Church.


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