Reading Strategy Coordinator

Notre Dame Catholic CollegeLiverpool

Founded by the Sisters of Notre Dame in 1869, Notre Dame is a well-established coeducational Catholic College which relocated to a new state of the art premises in September 2013.  

We are a Catholic school, and the teachings of our Patron, St Julie Billiart, underpins all that we do.  However, we welcome students and staff from many cultures, and take positive steps to support pupils and staff with disabilities.

We are seeking to appoint a Reading Strategy Coordinator who will work with the SENCO to establish a culture of reading and improvements in literacy across the school. With the school library at the epicentre, the Reading Strategy Coordinator will create a whole school thirst for reading whilst supporting struggling readers to improve in proficiency and confidence. 

This role will enable you to support our pupils in every aspect of the reading strategy and drive this priority across the school, giving it a high profile within all aspects of school life, from chaplaincy to the classroom.

This post is full time, 35 hours per week (term time only).

Full details and an application form can be obtained from the college website www.notredameliverpool.com

Closing date for applications is Tuesday 21st September at 8.00am.  Interviews will take place during week commencing Monday 27th September.

Completed applications are to be emailed to recruitment@notredame.liverpool.sch.uk

Notre Dame Catholic College is committed to safeguarding and promoting children’s welfare.  This post is subject to all the relevant pre-employment checks set out in Keeping Children Safe in Education, including an enhanced DBS certificate with a barred-list check.

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