Teacher of Religious Studies
St Paul's Academy, London
|Job role||Suitable for NQTs|
|Working pattern||Full-time only|
|Salary||Main pay range 1 to Main pay range 5, £29,664 to £37,206|
To ensure high quality curriculum provision and effective teaching and learning within the Religious Studies curriculum area, in both KS3 and KS4, and to carry out the professional duties of a qualified teacher.
Essential educational requirements
Undergraduate degree and QTS.
Qualified Teacher Status.
Essential skills and experience
To design, plan and deliver lessons across both key stages.
To work collaboratively with the subject team to plan schemes of learning, assessments and departmental events.
To work collaboratively with support staff assigned to teaching groups.
To set high expectations for students’ behaviour by establishing a good standard of discipline and a purposeful working environment in accordance with the St Paul’s Academy Behaviour and Discipline Policy.
To establish positive and productive relationships with students.
To use data to plan interventions for individuals and groups of students.
To reflect on and commit to professional development and improvement of own practice.
St Paul's Academy is committed to the continued professional development of all colleagues, regardless of experience. All staff enjoy the benefits of prepaid breakfast and lunch, use of the sports facilities and private health care.
|School type||Academy, Roman Catholic|
|School size||1193 pupils enrolled|
|Age range||11 to 16|
|Ofsted report||View Ofsted report|
|Website||St Paul's Academy website (opens in a new window)|
About St Paul's Academy
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
Finchale Road, London, SE2 9PX