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St Cecilia’s Catholic Primary School

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Working with us

Teaching staff
We currently advertise through two online sites, eTeach and the Catholic Teacher's Gazette.  

Current vacancies:

1 Class Teacher Position
Please contact us directly for an application pack.

Maternity Covers - September 2018 - July 2019 (possibility of extension)
These posts are now being advertised for September 2018  to July 2019. 

Visits to the school are welcome, please get in touch.

Click on the link above to find our online advertisement with eteach.  We have a range of maternity covers in a variety of year groups.

St Cecilia's Working With Us - Interest Form

We welcome a number of trainee teachers to St Cecilia's each year, we work closely with two main providers, St. Mary's University College and Roehampton, see the links below.  They offer clear routes into teaching through their degree and postgraduate courses.  For more information please contact them directly

St. Mary's University College
Our Head Teacher, Mr Burke graduated from St. Mary's - students and alumni are known as Simmarians and we are proud that St. Cecilia's has a long tradition of working closely with the college to support the next generation of teachers.  

 

 

 

 

 

 

University of Roehampton, London

Mrs Martin, the Assistant Head Teacher trained at the University of Roehampton, the University is close to our school and it offers a range of courses through the School of Education.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Getting into Teaching - DFE

For more information from the Department for Education about getting into teaching, have a look at their website:

 

 


Teach First
Whilst St. Cecilia's is not eligible for the Teach First programme, you may find the
programme valuable.

Support Staff

We have a large support staff who work alongside children to help them learn effectively.  Some staff work with the class in general and with small groups of children.  Others are specialist staff who work alongside children with special education needs or disability.  Classroom based non teaching staff usually need to have a minimum of English and Maths at GCSE.

This video from Unison provides a useful insight in to the work of school support staff.