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Careers at St Ignatius

I am delighted that you are considering joining our community.  Ours is a warm, supportive, welcoming and above all, happy place to work.  Relationships are paramount to us.  All are expected to give of their best and grow and develop, both staff and students.

We are committed to staff welfare and development and we offer an excellent professional development programme and training opportunities for staff at all stages of their career. 

Testimonials:

"I have worked with many talented, inspirational and aspirational young Ignatians. I feel privileged to work in a school with such a long and deep rooted Jesuit history. I am encouraged and supported to participate in all aspects of College life." -  Pastoral Support Manager

"St Ignatius has provided me with the freedom to explore and develop my practice allowing me the opportunity to adapt and change my style of teaching. The school has continually supported me in moving onto the next stage of my career providing opportunities and experience in required fields.  The staff provide a supportive community in which the sharing of good practice and ideas is a common topic of conversation." - Subject Leader for Science and Lead Practitioner

Letter from the Headteacher

To download a copy of this letter please click here

PHYSICS AND MATHS UNDERGRADUATE SUMMER INTERNSHIP PROGRAMME

Physics and Maths Undergraduate Summer Internship Programme

We are delighted to announce that in conjunction with the Cardinal Vaughan Memorial School (part of the RBTSA) we will be running a four-week internship programme over the summer term (Start and end date: 24/06/19-19/07/19) offering candidates the opportunity to gain first-hand experience of teaching at St Ignatius College.

(For those applying to complete a Physics internship greater flexibility can be provided with start dates)

Participants will be receive a £300 a week bursary for the 4-week programme, a total of £1200.

Opportunities will include:

  • A greater understanding of the role of a teacher

  • Observing and supporting lessons

  • Preparing and teaching lesson components

  • Providing support to individual pupils

  • Running an enrichment club

  • Supporting the wider life of the school including school trips

  • Visiting other schools including a primary school

To take part you will require an A-level in Mathematics (and Physics if you want to teach Physics) and will be in an undergraduate degree course in Mathematics, Physics, Engineering or a STEM related subject. Preference will be given to penultimate year students but all undergraduates can apply.

For those interested in applying, please click complete the application form (for Q18 please enter St Ignatius College).

Teaching Vacancies

Support Staff Vacancies

There are currently no vacancies available.  However, we are always keen to meet energetic and talented people who would like to join our community.  If you wish to be considered for any future positions, please send your CV and covering letter to recruitment@st-ignatius.enfield.sch.uk

Application Pack

Teacher Training

Initial Teacher Training

St Ignatius College is part of a growing number of schools leading the way in school-based teacher training. Helping us to continue to deliver the best possible outcomes for our students while providing personalised support and development to trainees in our specific school context.

We are currently offering initial teacher training places in conjunction with Enfield Teaching School Alliance starting in September 2019 through the School Direct programme. Places are offered in Chemistry, Computing, English, Maths and Physics (relevant undergraduate degree required).

For further information or if you would like to attend the school experience day on 12 March 2019 please contact teachertraining@st-ignatius.enfield.sch.uk. Further general information regarding the programme can be found on www.enfieldteachingschool.org.

 

St-Ignatius-College-Teacher-Training-Poster-Jan-2019.pdf