Information for applicants
Saint Ambrose College is a Catholic state funded Independent Grammar School with a selective intake. It is one of the leading boys Catholic grammar schools in the country providing an excellent educational experience for approximately 1,000 boys aged 11 to 18 including over 200 in the sixth form. The College's most recent Diocesan and OFSTED inspections graded all areas of the College's work as 'Outstanding' and examination results at Advanced and GCSE level consistently place the College amongst the highest achieving Catholic schools in the country.
The College is one of twelve schools in England in the Edmund Rice Schools Network and became an Academy on 1 April 2012. Its ethos is built firmly on the eight essentials of Edmund Rice and it aims to develop open-minded, flexible, resilient individuals with the skills and attitudes to be successful in today’s and tomorrow's society.
The College is committed to developing successful students by focusing on high quality teaching, learning, assessment and productive feedback. We are an equal opportunities employer and welcome applications from experienced teachers and those new to the profession. There are excellent arrangements in place to support and mentor new colleagues through the College's bespoke induction programme. Commitment is required to meet the demands of a high achieving school, both in the classroom and beyond and it is an expectation at St Ambrose that staff play a full role in the extra-curricular life of the school.
Staff incentives include a thriving St Ambrose Staff Association, contributory pension scheme, staff morning swimming sessions and support for continued professional development available through the Edmund Rice network, the Shrewsbury Diocese, our connections with local teaching schools and of course, the expertise which exists in-house.
Safeguarding and Welfare
The school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. Any offer of appointment is subject to a probationary period, satisfactory references and DBS check.
Further details about the College, each job vacancy and how to apply can be found by clicking the advertisements.