Teaching mixed Year 3/Year 4 class.
To be based at Sacred Heart Catholic Primary School but having a federation contract.
The Governing Body of the successful, happy and forward thinking Catholic Federation of 3 schools wishes to appoint a suitably qualified teacher to play a role in the continued success of the Federation. The pupils, staff and governors have a great sense of pride in the schools and care passionately about our future success.
We are looking for someone who aims for excellence at all times, has a passion to make a difference to the lives of our children and is a good communicator with the ability to inspire and motivate.
If you are an excellent teacher with the ability to encourage children to achieve their full potential, you are passionate about learning and teaching, creative and forward thinking, and will actively work to develop positive relationships with parents and carers then we would love to meet you.
To arrange a visit, please contact the Head of School, Miss Beedham on 01709 892385
The Governing Body welcomes applications from teachers who are Catholic or have an empathy with the Catholic ethos of the schools.
Full details and CES application forms can be downloaded from our website: www.federationcc.org.uk
Please return completed CES applications to the school either by post: Sacred Heart
Catholic Primary School, Lockwood Road, Goldthorpe, S63 9JY or via email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Closing date for applications: Thursday 15th March 2018, 12:00pm
Interviews will be held: Week beginning Monday 19th March 2018
NOTE: References will be requested for all candidates invited to interview
The federation rigorously follows safeguarding procedures for recruitment. The offer of a post will be conditional upon a successful enhanced disclosure from the Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS), satisfactory references and pre-employment checks
The Corpus Christi Federation
Incorporating Sacred Heart, St Helen’s and
St Michael and All Angels Catholic Primary Schools.
Executive Headteacher: Mr D Thorpe