Barwick Road, Cross Gates, Leeds, LS15 8RQ

0113 293 0240

St Theresa's Catholic Primary School

Walking in Theresa's Little Way

Vacancies in School:

This is where current vacancies in the school will be advertised in future.  They are in the Governors’ tab because the Governors are the employers at St Theresa’s School because it is a Voluntary Aided school.

CES_Model_Application_Forms_and_GDPR_Compliance_Guidance_Note (read this first please AND the information in RED type at the bottom of this page!)

Current Teaching Vacancies:

There are currently no teaching vacancies in school.

Please use the CES application forms below when vacancies are advertised:

Generic Job Description for Class Teacher

Please complete the other forms below and submit all of them at the same time.  Thank you.

CES Recruitment Monitoring Form April 2019 (please complete)

CES Consent to Obtain References Form April 2019 (please complete)

This is the CES application form:

Application Form for Teachers Dec 2019 onwards (This is the MAIN form for class teachers!)

Current Support Staff Vacancies:

We have a vacancy for a Teaching Assistant in school; this post is temporary initially and will be for 29hours at B1 (Pt5-6).  It is likely to be for Year 2 but this will be dependent on the successful candidate and their experience.  Experience of working in a school setting is highly desirable but not essential... what is essential is the ability to be able to engage with young people and communicate with them clearly and effectively. 

Closing date for applications is 17 January 2022 at 12.00 noon.  Interested applicants should contact school and ask for Mrs Ryan, Interim Head of School on 0113 2930240.  

Information for Candidates for TA post Jan 2022.pdf

Job Description Teaching Assistant.pdf

Please apply for ALL support staff posts using ALL the following CES application forms:

Model Application Form Support Staff Jan 2020

CES Consent to Obtain References Form April 2019

CES Recruitment Monitoring Form April 2019

Rehabilitation_of_Offenders_Act_1974_-_Disclosure_Form 2020

CES Application Forms Notes to Applicants April 2019 (Read this first)

Please contact Mrs Childerson or Mrs Jackson in the school office for the details and an application pack if you want a paper copy.

You may submit your forms by post or by email to: headteacher@st-theresas.leeds.sch.uk 

Support Materials:

When vacancies do appear, please use the following link to the CES website for the latest version of the CES application forms: (unless you’re using the one above)

https://www.catholiceducation.org.uk/recruitment-process/item/1000042-model-application-forms

Please also complete the Recruitment Monitoring form and the Rehabilitation of Offenders form from the link below:

https://www.catholiceducation.org.uk/recruitment-process/item/1000051-model-recruitment-documents-guidance

These forms are also for guidance but also need to be completed:

CES Application Forms Notes to Applicants April 2019

IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR ALL APPLICANTS: 

St Theresa’s is an equal opportunities employer; we are committed to providing equality of opportunity for all, and ensuring that all stages of recruitment and selection are fair. Recruitment and selection procedures will be reviewed on a regular basis to ensure that applicants are not discriminated against on the grounds of race, nationality, gender, religion, age, disability, marital status and sexual orientation. 

St Theresa’s is committed to rigorous safeguarding and child protection procedures so as to promote the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share in this commitment. An enhanced DBS and a Disclosure check will be required for the successful candidate and at least two professional references will be taken and followed up.

St Theresa’s School is committed to attracting, selecting and retaining employees who will successfully and positively contribute to provide a valuable service. A motivated and committed workforce with appropriate knowledge, skills, experience and ability to do the job is critical to the school’s performance and fundamental to the delivery of a high quality service.    

Walking in Theresa’s Little Way.