Teacher of Religious Education
Required September 2021
St Paul’s Way Trust is an outstanding ‘Through School’ with a track record of innovation. Drawing extensively on academic research the school provides a unique curriculum experience centred on our six ‘Graduate’ strands. Our award winning new building is situated in the heart of East London. Professor Brian Cox OBE is our Patron.
Our exceptional links with QMUL, King’s College London, The University of Warwick, The UCL Institute of Education and the University of East London help shape an inspirational Humanities curriculum.
This is an exciting career opportunity for a colleague who is passionate about the entitlement of young people to inspiring Religious Education lessons. Working within a vibrant and highly successful Humanities faculty, you will be an outstanding classroom teacher with a passionate commitment to the progress of all students in our fully comprehensive and heavily oversubscribed school.
The successful candidate will have an unwavering belief in the potential of every student and support them in improving their life chances. (S)he will do what it takes to ensure that students achieve their best, and will inspire curiosity and enthusiasm for the subject which motivates students. The successful candidate will teach RE at all Key Stages.
This post would be suitable for a newly qualified teacher or a more experienced colleague. The school has a comprehensive NQT induction programme and numerous CPD opportunities.
If you would like to play your part in delivering outstanding provision, whilst receiving the very best support To develop your career, then we would very much like to hear from you.
Early application is encouraged as we are hoping to interview and appoint someone as soon as possible. SPWT reserves the right to close applications early and make an appointment at any stage.
Please note, we do not accept CVs alone.
Application closing date:
Midday, Friday 15th January 2021
Tuesday 19th January 2021
St Paul’s Way Trust School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. Successful candidates will be required to undergo an enhanced DBS Check.