About the role
The Governors of St Vincent de Paul Catholic Primary School are looking to appoint a Key Stage 2 teacher to complement our team, from September 2018.
Recently confirmed as a ‘good’ school (Ofsted, March 2018), underpinned by a strong Catholic ethos, we are ambitious and are ready to walk with you on a journey that will take both you and our children to ‘the best that you can be.’ We have aspirations to be ‘outstanding’ and are now on an exciting journey. Could you join us?
Working in a two-form entry school, overlooking Fairlands Valley Lakes, you would be just thirty minutes away from central London by train and situated just minutes from Junction 7 of the A1(M), making the school journey manageable.
We can offer you:
- The support of a parallel teacher to plan with
- A long term commitment to your professional development
- A school wide commitment to ‘high challenge, low threat’ principles
- Excellent local training through Herts for Learning and the Diocese of Westminster
- A welcoming school with children who have positive attitudes to their learning and care for each other
- a friendly, caring and dedicated staff, committed to school improvement
- An attractive, financially secure, well maintained and well resourced school
For a discussion about the post please call Jon White (Headteacher) on 01438 729555.
The Governors and staff of St Vincent de Paul Catholic School are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and adults. All appointments made will be subject to satisfactory references, medical and DBS clearance.
Visits to the school are warmly welcomed.
To arrange a visit or for further details please contact Sally Lorimer, School Business Manager at firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 01438 729555.
"Pupils have a clear love of learning and are diligent in class … Pupils speak confidently about their learning and the subjects they enjoy" (Ofsted March 2018)
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