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Teacher of ICT & Computing

St Gregory's Catholic SchoolKent

We wish to appoint an inspirational and well-qualified teacher of ICT and Computer Science to join our supportive and talented team at St Gregory’s. 

The ICT department offers both GCSE and A Level Computer Science and IT and is seeking a colleague who will be passionate about ICT and able to inspire all students to reach their full potential in this important curriculum area.  Experience of, or demonstrating the potential to teach, coding and programming to Key Stage Three pupils is desirable.

St Gregory’s pupils love to gain new knowledge and skills and all our teachers relish the opportunity to deliver challenging, engaging and interesting lessons, with high expectations of behaviour.

Benefits of working at St Gregory’s:

• A supportive and caring working environment for staff and students

• Dedicated and bespoke CPD time for all staff each term

• Opportunities to complete external qualifications such as Masters

• Free Gym Membership

• Kent Rewards Scheme

St Gregory’s is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and this position is subject to satisfactory enhanced disclosure from the Disclosure and Barring Service. We are an equal opportunities employer. 

Further details and an application form can be obtained via the school website or by emailing

Closing date: 9th  December 2021

Interview date: 13th December 2021

St Gregory’s is a mixed secondary school, ages 11-18, with 1200 students (215 in Sixth Form) on roll. The school is in a rural setting on the outskirts of Tunbridge Wells and within easy distance of a main line station. London and the south coast are easily accessible.

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