Teacher of Divinity/RE (3 day a week maternity cover)
Saint Martin's Catholic Voluntary Academy, Nuneaton, Warwickshire
|Working pattern||Part-time only|
|Salary||Teacher Main Scale|
We are seeking to appoint a well qualified and effective classroom teacher to cover a maternity leave next academic year. The Divinity/RE department is one of the most successful departments in our very successful school. The post is for three days a week and the successful candidate will be part of a very supportive department that lies at the heart of the school's curriculum. The post is ideally for a practicing Catholic although any teacher sympathetic to the Church is welcome to apply.
Candidates are welcome to contact us to find out more details about the post.
- Candidate Application Pack - Divinity May 2020.docx  2.82 MB
|School type||Academy, Roman Catholic|
|School size||694 pupils enrolled|
|Age range||11 to 16|
|Ofsted report||View Ofsted report|
|Website||Saint Martin's Catholic Voluntary Academy website (opens in a new window)|
About Saint Martin's Catholic Voluntary Academy
Saint Martin’s School was founded by the Dominican Order 70 years ago and the values of compassion and service, allied to uncompromising standards still underpin the work we do. Saint Martin’s is an exceptional academy set in beautiful grounds in the historic village of Stoke Golding. We are hugely ambitious for all our pupils to achieve both academically as well as morally, socially and spiritually.
We believe that application and effort on the part of students combined with high quality teaching from staff enables all pupils to achieve academically. We place great emphasis on pupil behaviour, from an exemplary work ethic in the classroom through to politeness, charm and good manners throughout the school. This means teachers can focus on their primary role of teaching.
At Saint Martin’s we have a knowledge-rich curriculum where teachers are the experts and their role is to share that expertise and love of learning with pupils. We believe strongly that the role of the leadership team is to support teachers in that endeavour, whether it is helping to ensure excellent behaviour in the classroom or providing time to develop the quality of teaching.
Stoke Golding, Nuneaton, Warwickshire, CV13 6HT