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  • Job start date

    8 January 2024

  • Closing date

    4 October 2023 at 9am

  • Date listed

    14 September 2023

Job details

Visa sponsorship

Visas cannot be sponsored

Key stage

Key stage 3, Key stage 4, Key stage 5

Subjects

Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Science

Working pattern

Full time: Full-time, permanent, STPCD

Contract type

Permanent

Pay scale

Teacher's Pay Scale £28,000.00 - £43,685.00 Annually (Actual)

What skills and experience we're looking for

The professional duties of teachers (other than the Principal) are set out in the School Teachers Pay and Conditions Document. In addition, the specific requirements of the post of Teacher of Science, along with the particular duties expected of the post holder have been set out in the attached job description and person specification.

Job Purpose:

  • To plan and deliver excellent teaching and learning of Science.
  • To work in support of the Head of Science and colleagues in promoting and developing Science.
  • To promote the general progress and well-being of individual students and of any class or group assigned to you principally, but not exclusively, by teaching Science and as a form tutor.
  • To fully support St Regis vision and values.

This post is suitable for Early Careers Teachers. We will review applications on receipt. Suitable candidates may be interviewed before the closing date, and we reserve the right to withdraw the position if an early appointment is made.

Three Spires Trust and all its academies arecommitted to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and expect all staff to share this commitment. The successful candidate will be subject to all necessary pre-employment checks, including; an enhanced DBS; Prohibition check; Section 128 direction check; Childcare Disqualification (where applicable); qualifications (where applicable); medical fitness, identity and right to work. All applicants will be required to provide two suitable references.

What the school offers its staff

St Regis CE Academy is looking to appoint an enthusiastic and versatile teacher to join our Science team. The Science department is run by a Head of Science and an Assistant Head of Science.

St Regis, formerly The King's, successfully transitioned into the Three Spires Trust at the start of the summer term. We marked the beginning of this journey under a version of our original Latin name, St Regis.

St Regis has rebranded with a new school badge which celebrates the tree that originally appeared on the Regis School badge in 1955. The badge features the cross which appears on the City's coat of arms, a crown to signal our continuing link to 'The King's and the cross keys of St Peter, the academy's sister school. Importantly, the badge also makes a clear reference to the parable from the Gospel's of the mustard seed:

'As a tiny mustard seed grows to become a great tree of life, at St Regis we strive to create an environment where our young people grow into happy and successful adults.'

St Regis (then known as The King's) had a Section 5 inspection from Ofsted in November 2022. The report judged provisionto be 'Good' in all six inspection areas. The report states that 'staff go the extra mile to help pupils'.

St Regis works hard to ensure that the taught, tested, enriched and experienced curriculum meets the needs of all our pupils. We expect all pupils to live The St Regis Way - respecting others, being ready to learn, and reaching your potential.

We do not offer Visa sponsorship.

Further details about the role

St Regis CE Academy is looking to appoint an enthusiastic and versatile teacher to join our Science team. The Science department is run by a Head of Science and an Assistant Head of Science.

St Regis, formerly The King's, successfully transitioned into the Three Spires Trust at the start of the summer term. We marked the beginning of this journey under a version of our original Latin name, St Regis.

St Regis has rebranded with a new school badge which celebrates the tree that originally appeared on the Regis School badge in 1955. The badge features the cross which appears on the City's coat of arms, a crown to signal our continuing link to 'The King's and the cross keys of St Peter, the academy's sister school. Importantly, the badge also makes a clear reference to the parable from the Gospel's of the mustard seed:

'As a tiny mustard seed grows to become a great tree of life, at St Regis we strive to create an environment where our young people grow into happy and successful adults.'

St Regis (then known as The King's) had a Section 5 inspection from Ofsted in November 2022. The report judged provisionto be 'Good' in all six inspection areas. The report states that 'staff go the extra mile to help pupils'.

St Regis works hard to ensure that the taught, tested, enriched and experienced curriculum meets the needs of all our pupils. We expect all pupils to live The St Regis Way - respecting others, being ready to learn, and reaching your potential.

Commitment to safeguarding

Three Spires Trust and all its academies are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and expect all staff to share this commitment.

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About St Regis Church of England Academy

School type
Academy, Church of England, ages 11 to 18
Education phase
View all Secondaryjobs
School size
Up to 1089 pupils
Age range
11 to 18
Phone number
01902 556842

From 1st September 2023, The King's CE School will be known as St Regis Church of England Academy.

Following a successful transition into the Three Spires Trust at the start of the summer term, we will mark the beginning of the next phase of our journey with the Trust under a version of its original Latin name, St Regis.

John Francis Regis, commonly known as Saint Regis is celebrated across the world as a preacher from 17th century France who worked tirelessly supporting women and children and bringing those in hard to reach areas to faith. As a designated school of sanctuary, where children and families of all faiths and none are celebrated as one community, St Regis Church of England Academy will continue to live out our Christian values, working closely with its sister school St Peter’s Collegiate Academy.

The new name also clearly makes a strong link with the school’s history having previously being named Regis from its opening in 1955 until 1998. Historically, Regis School was one of the first comprehensive schools to open in the country and held a positive and prestigious reputation within the city.

A new school badge celebrates the tree which originally appeared on the initial Regis school badge. The badge features the cross which appears on the City’s coat of arms, a crown to signal our continuing link to ‘The King’ and the cross keys of St Peter, the academy’s sister school. Importantly, the badge also makes clear reference to the parable from the Gospel’s of the mustard seed:

“As a tiny mustard seed grows to become a great tree of life, at St Regis we strive to create an environment where our young people grow into happy and successful adults.”

About St Regis

St Regis is a fully inclusive and truly comprehensive academy. And, as slightly smaller than average in size, we are large enough for every pupil to be known by name. Our pupils are proud to belong to St Regis and have high aspirations. We work hard to ensure that the taught, tested, enriched and experienced curriculum meets the needs of all our pupils.

The school recently had a Section 5 inspection from Ofsted in November 2022. The report judged provision at St Regis (then The King's) to be 'Good' in all six inspection areas and recognised that there is a well-planned curriculum which is broad and ambitious for all pupils, including those with SEND, and that pupils learn well, concentrating in lessons and taking pride in their work. The report states that 'staff go the extra mile to help pupils'.

In addition to Ofsted, in May 2022, The King's was officially judged an Excellent Church of England school following a SIAMS (Statutory Inspection of Anglican and Methodist Schools) inspection. It evaluated how effective the school's distinctive Christian vision is in enabling pupils and adults to flourish. The school received an overall grade of Excellent, with both the impact of collective worship and the effectiveness of religious education (RE) judged to be Excellent.

Arranging a visit to St Regis Church of England Academy

To arrange a visit and increase the chance of a successful application email r.claramunt@kingswolverhampton.co.uk.

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