Career Opportunities

St. Lawrence College takes enormous pride in its teaching and support staff, who are the school’s most precious resource.

Staff at St. Lawrence College enjoy an outstanding working environment with access to top quality training and support.

Our school takes a proactive and vigorous approach to safeguarding the security and well being of its pupils. Consequently, full background checks will always be pursued before any applicant is employed by the school. Moreover, every applicant for any position will be sent the school’s Safeguarding and Child Protection Policy.

When seeking to recruit, St. Lawrence College will employ by advertising openings in the appropriate media as well in this section of the school website.

We welcome applications from qualified, passionate, driven people, who would like to join our community and help us to achieve our goals. Such individuals should fill in the form below and attach their CV and covering letter (both in English).

Any CV sent to the school will be handled in confidence according to the school’s Data Protection Policy.

Teachers of secondary/senior school subjects should submit an up-to-date CV and covering letter, in English, to addressed to Mr Phil Holden, The Headmaster of St. Lawrence College.

Teachers or classroom assistants for Early Years or the primary/junior school should submit an up-to-date CV and covering letter, in English, to addressed to Ms Shona Good, The Headmistress of the Junior School of St. Lawrence College.

Teaching Vacancies

S.E.N. Teacher (Maternity Cover)

St Lawrence is seeking to appoint a committed and effective teacher of SEN to cover a maternity leave.

The successful candidate will teach pupils with special educational needs across the school from Y1 through to Y11 who require additional support in order to be able to follow the school’s curriculum. Our new teacher will work closely with our SEN Specialist and the team of our teaching staff. 

The role will be to work with pupils who have Autism and Learning Difficulties. Therefore, experience of working with children on the spectrum as well as setting appropriate expectations to advance learning by engaging and motivating pupils is preferable.

This is a full-time, maternity cover position commencing Monday 6th November 2017 until June 2018. For further information concerning this position and for an application form, please write to the Headmaster Mr Phil Holden at ahead of the deadline for applications which is 09.00am on Monday 9th October 2017. 

Closing Date:
Monday, October 09, 2017