• Full Time
  • Permanent
  • Southwark
  • 27,439 £ / Year

St Michael's Catholic College

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  • £27,439 a year

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  • Permanent
  • Full-time



Full job description

Salary £27,439

Required for May 2024

St Michael’s Catholic College is an outstanding and inclusive school which offers exceptional opportunities for a talented, committed and enthusiastic individual to provide support for our pupils. This is the ideal post for a candidate who enjoys working with young people and who wishes to develop their skills and broaden their experience in education within a supportive environment which will allow them to excel. The successful applicant will need to be hardworking, articulate, diligent and conscientious with an outstanding record of attendance and punctuality.

St Michael’s Catholic College was judged Outstanding in its most recent Denominational inspection in March last year and has been judged outstanding by Ofsted on two successive occasions. We are an outward looking school with an excellent reputation in the local area. As well as being a strategic partner in the Catholic Schools’ Partnership and Southwark Schools Learning Partnership, St Michael’s is a founding school in the St Benedict Catholic Multi Academy Trust opening on 1st April 2024. Founding school Headteachers and Governors have worked with Trustees and the Diocese to establish a Trust with a vision and mission to be a beacon of Catholic education, where schools retain their unique identity whilst also being part of a wider community and support network.

Alongside these opportunities to work with professionals from a range of other establishments, the college was awarded transforming status by SSAT reflecting our outstanding curriculum and the exceptional professional development and wellbeing support we offer all staff. The college’s excellent location by Tower Bridge, the South Bank and the city results in a large number of business and university partnerships as well as enrichment opportunities.

St Michael’s College is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff to share this commitment. This post is subject to a Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check.

For an application form and information pack please contact Mrs Valerie Ferguson, email: v.ferguson@stmichaelscollege.org.uk

Closing date: Monday 22nd April 2024 at 9am

Tours of the college are encouraged

We reserve the right to close this vacancy early should we receive an overwhelming response.


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Diocese of Southwark

St Michael’s Catholic College

Llewellyn Street, Bermondsey, London SE16 4UN

St Michael’s is a co-educational, Roman Catholic denominational secondary with sixth form in the London borough of Southwark. As of the most recent inspection there were 750 students on the school roll. The school is located close to the banks of the Thames, and the nearest Tube station is Bermondsey on the Jubilee line. In November 2012, the school became an academy managed by the St Michael’s Academy Trust. The sixth form first opened in 2011 and the first students completed their A-levels in 2013. The school is named for the archangel who defeated Satan.


Ms Felicity Corcoran

Values and vision

The school is committed to the highest level of achievement for pupils of all abilities and recognises that there are no limits to a child’s potential. The ethos is to facilitate academic and personal success in a rigorous learning community and in a culture which embraces the spiritual values of serving others, tolerance, prayer and forgiveness.

It is the St Michael’s belief that students grow into mature and responsible adults through Learning together in a Catholic community. This is achieved through aspiring to academic excellence and success, acquiring confidence, self-esteem and fulfilment of their individual talent, and developing a love of learning, a love of Christ, and a love of each other


“Teachers’ enthusiasm for their subjects and commitment to their students are very evident. They base their planning on detailed knowledge of what their students have already achieved and teach lessons which help all students to make rapid gains in knowledge and understanding. Teachers ask very effective questions to check regularly on students’ progress during lessons.”

View St Michael’s Catholic College’s latest Ofsted report





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