Teacher of Science Required from September 2019 Salary MPS(including LW) Roll: 1,200
We seek to appoint a well-qualified, passionate and enthusiastic graduate teacher of Science. We welcome applications from both experienced teachers, especially those ready to take on additional responsibilities, as well as NQTs.
•excellent support for all teaching staff
•opportunities for further professional development
•private healthcare benefits
•Pre paid breakfast and lunch for all staff in our school restaurant
St Paul’s Academy seeks to serve young people from both the Catholic and the local community, welcoming all those who embrace its values and share its quest for excellence:
•To provide opportunities for young people to develop the knowledge, skills and wisdom necessary for effective learning
•To enable learners to develop their intellectual, social, moral, spiritual and physical potential to the full in order to become proactive members of both the local and wider community
•To increase aspirations by exploiting educational innovations and opportunities in the best interests of our students and staff
In the Section 48 Inspection (March 2018), the headline was St Paul’s is an outstanding school. In 2017 Ofsted reported that we are a Good school where an “inclusive approach and attention to pupils’ welfare run through all aspects of the school. With support from the senior leadership team, you have ensured that the school continues to be a positive learning environment where pupils are well cared for”.
St Paul’s Academy is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people; it expects all members of staff to share this commitment. This post is subject to a Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check.
To access the job description and application pack for this post and for further details about the school, please visit our website www.stpaulsacademy.org.uk. For an informal discussion, please call Joanne Callow on 020 8311 3868
Closing date for application is Monday 20th May 2019. Interviews will take place from Tuesday, 21st May 2019.