Thank you for your interest in the current vacancies at St. Mark’s Catholic School. St. Mark’s is recognised as being one of the top non-selective secondary schools in the country and in our recent Ofsted Inspection (September 2022) we achieved ‘outstanding’ in every category. Inspectors witnessed the 'Everyday Excellence' at St. Mark's, and they were complimentary about all aspects of our provision. Inspectors noted that:
“Pupils thrive at this school. Leaders are ambitious for all pupils and they are determined that all pupils will be given the opportunities they need to succeed. Behaviour in lessons and around the school is exemplary, and pupils show high levels of respect to each other, to staff and to visitors. The work of the school is held in high regard by others, and leaders share their practice with other schools in the trust and in the diocese.” (Ofsted)
The Catholic ethos is at the heart of all that we do in St Mark’s, and we were also judged to be outstanding in every category in the most recent Diocesan Inspection (December 2018).
St. Mark’s enjoys an outstanding reputation for academic achievement based on a consistent record of excellent examination results. We are proud of the exceptional progress that our pupils make, and we are committed to the pursuit of excellence in teaching and learning throughout the curriculum. Our staff are central to the success of the school. They are experienced, highly skilled, and professional. St. Mark’s is a truly inclusive community, and we celebrate our pupils’ achievements, together with providing outstanding pastoral support. Our students have an excellent work ethic, are polite and respectful. We expect all pupils to work hard, to show respect and courtesy for others and to take pride in their appearance. The continuing success of St. Mark’s School is based on a positive partnership between parents, and they are overwhelming supportive of the school and appreciate the commitment of staff.
St. Mark’s Catholic School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. All appointments are subject to a satisfactory, enhanced DBS check. References will be requested prior to interview.
St Mark’s is committed to work to become a truly anti-racist school for the benefit of every member of the school community. We are committed to the elimination of discrimination in our organisation, curriculum and learning environment. Our school is dedicated to ensuring that individuals and groups are not disadvantaged because of their race, culture, ethnicity, national, religious background, or any other protected characteristic.
We warmly welcome applications from all suitably-qualified candidates. All applications will be considered solely on merit, and we will be using the Person Specifications and Job Descriptions when shortlisting.
For any further application details or any queries please email Maureen Howard, Headteacher's P.A.email@example.com or via phone on 0208 577 3600.
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We currently have the following vacancies:
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Teach South East.
We are proud to be a Partner school of Teach SouthEast, an Initial Teacher Training (ITT) provider. Through the Partnership, a high quality, bespoke School Centred Initial Teacher Training (SCITT) programme is delivered for aspiring secondary school teachers across the South East of England.
Led by two 'outstanding' schools, Salesian School in Chertsey and SJB in Woking, who, alongside us, are passionate about training and developing the outstanding teachers of tomorrow. SJB and Salesian are partners in the Surrey Teaching Schools Network (STSN) which has been licensed to deliver the National College Leadership Programmes. Jointly, they take a lead on the professional development of teachers, support staff and future leaders.
High-quality training enables all trainees to develop into confident and competent professionals. Trainees are well prepared through first-rate, complementary placements which ensure that they gain substantial practical experience, developing their evaluative and practical teaching skills effectively. This is within a Home school placement, four days a week, with the fifth day spent receiving General Professional Studies and subject specific training. In-school expert mentors and external subject trainers have consistently high expectations and work collaboratively to ensure training is coherent and highly relevant to the needs of trainees.
Mr Ian Wilkinson (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Surrey Teaching Schools Network