This school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. All offers of employment are subject to satisfactory completion of pre-employment checks including an enhanced DBS check. Further details of the DBS code of practice and suitability policy can be found by following this hyperlink.
Application forms and further details are available on-line via the links below or from the school, St Alban's Catholic High School, Digby Road, Ipswich, IP4 3NJ or via:
People from minority ethnic groups are currently under-represented in our workforce. Applications from suitably qualified experienced people from these groups are particularly welcomed.
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|Teaching Assistant||Friday 9th December|
|Teacher of Religious Education||Monday 5th December|
|Departmental Administrator||Tuesday 29th November|
Teaching Staff Application Form
Completed Application and Disclosure Forms should be emailed to:
General Details for Candidates
St Alban’s Catholic High School principally serves the Ipswich Deanery, which includes Ipswich and South Suffolk. It is situated in a very pleasant residential area of Ipswich and is well served by transport links. It is the only denominational secondary school in the publically funded sector in the South of Suffolk. As such, it attracts strong interest not just from the Catholic community but also from other denominations. The admissions policy is based upon denominational criteria and our intake represents the typical intake of a comprehensive school.
St Alban’s is a mixed, non-ability selective 11-18 school with 984 pupils on roll. Significant expansion programmes have enabled the school to provide dedicated facilities for specialised teaching, including the most recent development opened in 2015 for Sixth Form expansion. The main school building and Science department has had a refurbishment that together with integrated ICT facilities now provides quality teaching accommodation.
The school benefits from the active support of both the Diocese of East Anglia and Suffolk Local Authority. It has been pro active in local educational networks. Overall, the school has made significant progress in recent years and is well placed to move forward into a new phase of successful further development.