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Applications are welcome from newly qualified and experienced teachers of Science, who have a passion for Science and for student success. The ability to teach Chemistry to A Level would be an advantage. Applications are welcome from individuals of all religions who will support the Catholic ethos of our school.
The Science department is a highly successful, committed and dynamic department. It is well resourced and has a relentless focus of raising pupil progress. The Department successfully recruits high numbers at KS4 (Separate Science) and at KS5. There may be TLR's available for candidates with the right experience.
At STM, we can offer trainees:
Professional support with our CPD programme and as a partner in the Agnus Dei Teaching School Alliance we have access to wider opportunities across the Diocese to enhance your professional development
Support and encouragement to continue with further research or study
Personal support with our wellbeing programme and support structures
Relocation assistance may be available
Informal discussions or visits are welcome. Please contact Mr J Hollingsworth, Teaching and Learning Director email@example.com.
Please see the school's website for further details and an application form or telephone the school for details to be sent to you.
Closing date: 26th March 2019 midday
Interview date: w/c 1st April
Start date: September 2019 or earlier
Information about the School
St Thomas More High School was established in 1960 as a two form entry bilateral school for Roman Catholic boys aged 11-16. Over fifty years later we are a thriving school of around 1,000 on roll including a vibrant mixed sixth form, in vastly expanded premises. In 2011 the school became an Academy within the Roman Catholic Diocese of Brentwood.
St Thomas More High School is a vibrant learning community with a strong family ethos and a distinctive Catholic identity. We believe that the years spent with us should engage and enrich our young people, challenge and support them to aspire towards high standards of self-discipline and the pursuit of excellence in all aspects of school life.
Our school is led by a talented and dedicated staff, who work tirelessly for the benefit of our students and as a result our school is a well-disciplined and considerate environment where students achieve well. We encourage respect for others and an understanding and tolerance towards all races, religion and cultures.
We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expect all staff to share this commitment. Appointments made are subject to an Enhanced DBS clearance and safeguarding checks.