Religious Education Teacher, Newham

Closing date:Expiring tomorrow

St Angela's Ursuline SchoolNewham

Date posted:
Start date: January 2020
Contract type: Full Time
Salary: Commensurate with experience
Contract term: Permanent
Suitable for NQTs: Yes

St Angela’s Ursuline is an ‘outstanding’ and heavily oversubscribed Catholic girls’ school with a large mixed sixth form, where RE is a popular subject. This is an excellent opportunity to undertake a teaching role in a vibrant department, in a designated Teaching School, whose expertise is staff development.

Applicants should be passionate about Religious Education and committed to ensuring success for all.

Candidates should:

  • be a practising Catholic
  • be able to teach across Key Stage 3 & 4
  • have very good interpersonal and presentational skills
  • be forward thinking, with the ability to inspire students through their subject

This post is suitable for both experienced and newly qualified teachers. Salary will be commensurate with experience and areas of expertise.

Please contact Ms Caroline Brown for an application form:

Tel: 0208 475 7335 



Closing date: 18th October 2019

Interview date: w/c 28th October 2019 

We are an equal opportunities employer and we are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children.

More about St Angela's Ursuline School
Type: Mainstream School
Phase: Secondary with sixth form
Funding status: State - Voluntary Aided
Gender: Girls
Age Range: 11 - 18 years
Denomination: Roman Catholic
Address: St. George's Road, Forest Gate, London, E7 8HU, United Kingdom. View in Google Maps
Telephone: +44 208 4726022
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St Angela's Ursuline School is a voluntary aided school based in Newham in London for girls aged 11-18. It is a Roman Catholic school.

The school was built in 1862 by the sisters of the Ursuline order, inspired by the vision of their founder and the ...