THE CITY OP OPPORTUNITY
CITY OF BIRMINGHAM EDUCATION COMMITTEE I PRIMARY SCHOOLS
Please write for application forms to the Chief Education Officer ISteffiing Drench) Margaret Street, Birmingham, as 3BU. and return your applications to the Head Teacher unless Otherwise stated.
ST. JOHN FISHER'S R.C. J.I. SCHOOL, Alvechureh Road, West Heath, Birmingham, B31 3PN.
Assistant Teacher, Man required, Special Responsibility ter P.E. AND GAMES. Replies to Managers, c/o the Headteacher.
ST. AUGUSTINE'S R.C. J.1. SCHOOL, Avenue Road, Handsworth, Birmingham, 1321 SED.
Assistant for INFANTS for September. Please write direct to Head Toecher as soon as possible VACANCY FOR DEPUTY HEAD
ST. MONICA'S R.C. J.I. (AIDED) SCHOOL, Chanlry Road, Moseley, Birmingham 13. Deputy Head required for this new and pleasantly situated school. whose system of in n terconecting doors allows a variety of leaching and work areas.
The school is at present Group 4: Allowance f228-Man, £228+ £50Woman.
The Managers would be pleased lo receive applications from suitably qualified men and women teachers; application forms may be obtained 'rom the Chief Education Officer, SOuth District, Margaret Street, Burning. ham, B3 38U, and should be returned to the Correspondent Manager; Rev. W. Conefrey. St. John's Presbytery, 31 George Street, Birmingham, 12. (,losing date: Monday, 21st June, 1971.
ST. MARY AND ST. JOHN R.C. J.I. (AIDED) SCHOOL, Gravelly Hill, Birmingham. B23 BOB.
Vacancy for Deputy Head Teacher.
Group 6: Allowance: £397-man.
£397 -i £50-woman Applications to: Head Teacher c/o Correspondent Manager.
II COMPREHENSIVE SCHOOL
BLESSED HUMPHREY MiDDLEMORE R.C. COMPREHENSIVE SCHOOL, Metchley Lane, Harborne, Birmingham, B17 OJJ.
I he City's first R.C. Comprehensive School, opened 1966. now has 1.100 pupils with first full entry taking C.S.E. and '0' level examinations in the Summer, 1971. 'A level suctesacs already in several subjects. Required for September, 1071: Teacher of ENGLISH. preferably able to teach to 'Alevel. For suitably experienced teacher a scale I post is available.
III VOLUNTARY AIDED GRAMMAR SCHOOLS
ST. PAUL'S R.C. GRAMMAR SCHOOL FOR GIRLS, Vernon Road, Edgbasion, Birmingham, 816 9SL.
Required September. 1971: Graduate to assist with teaching ENGLISH to Advanced level. Apply Headmistress.
ST. PHILIP'S GRAMMAR SCHOOL, Hagley Road, Edgbaston, Birmingham, B18 CUP. (R.C. Voluntary Aided, 800 boyS) The Governors invite applications from suitably qualified candidates for the following posts.
1. Master to teach MATHEMATICS.
The successful applicant will be expected to teach Mathematics to at least '0' level and to have an interest in the teaching of New Mathematics, which is being progressively introduced. A graded post is available for a suitably qualified and experienced candidate.
2. Master to teach RELIGIOUS EDUCATION.
The person appointed would be expected to share the teaching of Religion throughout the school from the 1st year to the 6th form. A suitably qualified and experienced person, for whom a graded post is available would also be expected to share in the teaching of Scripture Knowledge to '0' and 'A' levels.
3. Master to teach CRAFT subjects.
The successful applicant would be expected to teach METALWORK to Advanced level and some WOODWORK in the lower school. A graded post is available for an applicant with suitable experience. The Governors would be happy to consider applications from teachers still in training. Applications (by letter In the first instance, including a curriculum vitae and the names and addresses Of two referees) should be sent to the Headmaster at fhe school as soon as possible.
Initial applications (giving age, qualifications. experience and names of of two referees) should be sent immediately, together with stamped addressed foolscap envelope to Head of the School.
There Is a scheme for assistance with removal expenses.
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