The core aim for St Joseph’s is for the teachers and leaders who work in Stoke to be among the very best in the country. There are many difficult challenges in the city’s classrooms but together we can continue to drive up standards.

TEACHING POSTS

Teacher of food preparation and nutrition with KS3 product design

Required for September 2019. Temporary, Maternity Cover

If you are an enthusiastic teacher of Design and Technology and would like to work in an outstanding school which values its staff and supports is students, then St Joseph’s College is the academy for you.

We are seeking to appoint someone who is passionate about their subject who can teach Food and Nutrition at KS4 and Product Design at KS3.  The ability to teach Food at KS5 would be an advantage.

This post will suit a newly qualified or experienced teacher with the talents and skills to enable our students to succeed. You will be an excellent team player and able to inspire others around you.

All our staff are valued, listened to, mentored, challenged and given opportunities to develop.  As a Teaching School we offer excellent teacher training and high-quality professional development.

 

We offer:

‘Outstanding’ graded selective secondary school

The chance to teach exceptional students aged 11-19

Talented and supportive colleagues

Excellent NQT and induction package

Fantastic opportunities to develop and grow

Evidence- informed practice, a commitment to subject knowledge development and a commitment to promote staff wellbeing

Close to bus & train links or staff car parking

A flourishing sixth form of 400+ in new £4m state of the art buildings

 

Applicants are welcome to visit the school or telephone if they have any questions.  Please download and complete the application form and return to Mrs F Uschmann, Head’s PA/HR Manager by post or email to: fuschmann@stjosephsmail.com

Further Information about St Joseph’s

Mission statement

Department information

Person Specification

Application form

Equal opportunities form

Data protection compliance statement

 

Closing date: 24 May 2019,  12 noon

 

St Joseph’s College is an equal opportunities employer and is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. Successful applicants for these posts will be subject to an Enhanced Disclosure check by the Disclosure and Barring Service.

 

 

Art Teacher

Required For: 1st September. Contract: 0.5, Permanent. Salary: MPS

If you are looking to join a strong, small but successful department that has high standards then St Joseph’s College Art Department is for you.

We are seeking to appoint someone who is passionate about their subject who can teach KS3 and 4.  The ability to teach Art at KS5 would be an advantage.

The fundamental aim of the art department is to enable students to develop an enquiring mind and the technical skills to express themselves confidently and creatively; with feelings and imagination. By providing a broad range of exceptional quality teaching and learning experiences that are delivered with the best resources we can provide; we seek to raise student aspirations, confidence, self-belief and achievement. Our aim is to lead in good practice and to provide a rich and diverse range of artistic opportunities that are shared and celebrated both across the curriculum, in our school community and beyond.

This post will suit a newly qualified or experienced teacher with the talents and skills to enable our students to succeed. You will be an excellent team player and able to inspire others around you.

All our staff are valued, listened to, mentored, challenged and given opportunities to develop.  As a Teaching School we offer excellent teacher training and high-quality professional development.

 

We offer:

‘Outstanding’ graded selective secondary school

The chance to teach exceptional students aged 11-19

Talented and supportive colleagues

Excellent NQT and induction package

Fantastic opportunities to develop and grow

Evidence- informed practice, a commitment to subject knowledge development and a commitment to promote staff wellbeing

Close to bus & train links or staff car parking

A flourishing sixth form of 400+ in new £4m state of the art buildings

 

Further Information about St Joseph’s

Mission statement

Department information

Person Specification

Application form

Equal opportunities form

Data protection compliance statement

Applicants are welcome to visit the school or telephone if they have any questions.  Please download and complete the application form on our website and return to Mrs F Uschmann, Head’s PA/HR Manager by post or email to: fuschmann@stjosephsmail.com

 

Closing date: Tuesday 4 June 2019 at 4.00pm

Interviews will be held Tuesday 10 June 2019

 

St Joseph’s College is an equal opportunities employer and is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. Successful applicants for these posts will be subject to an Enhanced Disclosure check by the Disclosure and Barring Service.

91%

Of our students achieved 5 GCSEs at grades 4 or greater, including English and mathematics in 2018.

98%

Of our A2 students pass their courses, with 54% achieving A* to B grades.

35%

Many of our A2 students go on to the most demanding university courses, with 35% going on to Russell Group universities.

OUTSTANDING

St. Joseph’s College is delighted to have maintained its ‘Outstanding’ status at its most recent Ofsted inspection in 2014.