St Dunstan’s College is seeking to recruit a teacher with a strong background in Religion, Philosophy, and Ethics (or related academic disciplines) to join a highly successful, well-qualified and committed team. Applications are welcomed from energetic and enthusiastic teachers at any stage in their career.
The successful candidate will be expected to teach Religion, Philosophy, and Ethics across all Key Stages, up to and including GCSE and A Level. The strongest candidates will be those willing and able to support wider Religion, Philosophy, and Ethics education, playing a full part in shaping the departmental co-curricular provision, including clubs, competitions, seminars, trips and visits.
Application closing date: 1200 on Monday, 01 March 2021 with interviews being held on Thursday 04 March (Longlist) & Wednesday 10 March (Shortlist) 2021.
Early applications are advised as the College reserves the right to appoint at any stage during the application process. Completed application forms and cover letters must be emailed to email@example.com
For further details and application details, please visit www.stdunstans.org.uk
St Dunstan’s College reflects the particularly diverse location in which it is situated. In a recent review of our racial diversity, by the company ‘Flair Impact’, we were found to be the most racially diverse school out of their entire client base of over 30 British independent schools. We see diversity to be of intrinsic and essential value to the contemporary, ambitious and forward-thinking education we offer at St Dunstan’s. We encourage applications from people who share this view, and from professionals of all backgrounds, communities and industries. We are a school that places individuality and identity at the heart of what we do.
St Dunstan’s College is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children; the successful applicant will be subject to an enhanced disclosure through the DBS.
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St Dunstan's College
- Mainstream school with independent funding
- All-through School
- Students of mixed gender, age 4 - 18 years
About St. Dunstan’s College
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