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HEADTEACHER Required for September 2011 Group 7 (L33-39) Inner London (£89k - £102k)

Wimbledon College is a voluntary aided Roman Catholic comprehensive school for 1350 boys ages 11 to 18 including 265 in the Sixth Form. It is a thriving and successful school. Wimbledon College is a specialist Science and Mathematics College and an Associate School of the Royal Society.

A Jesuit school founded in 1892 for improvement in living and learning to the greater glory of God and the common good.

The Jesuit Provincial has asked the present Head Master, Fr Adrian Porter SJ, to undertake another role within the Province and therefore the Governors now seek to appoint a lay person as Headteacher.

The Governors seek to appoint a practising Roman Catholic fully committed to the Jesuit ethos of the school. Applicants will have significant and relevant senior experience and qualifications in secondary education and a proven track record of raising achievement and leading professional staff who are dedicated to meeting the spiritual, academic and pastoral needs of pupils.

This is an exceptional opportunity for an inspirational leader to sustain the unique identity of the school and to build on the improvements and vision provided by Fr Porter over the last seven years, thus keeping Wimbledon College at the forefront of 21st Century Catholic education.

Wimbledon College Edge Hill

London SW19 4NS

A salary will be offered which is commensurate with experience. Further information is available on the school website and information packs are available from the College Secretary ( or 020 8879 9323).

The closing date for applications is Friday 22nd October 2010. Interviews will be held on 17th and 18th November 2010.


A Roman Catholic seminary and graduate school of theology operated by the Province of St. Barbara, Order of Friars Minor, and a member school of the Graduate Theological Union, Berkeley, CA.

The Franciscan School of Theology seeks an experienced academic leader and administrator with a proven record of institutional advancement and relevant PhD or equivalent. Applicants must support the Franciscan theological tradition/educational mission and the ecumenical mission of the Graduate Theological Union. Preference will be given to a vowed religious member of the Franciscan family or other vowed religious who has demonstrated commitment to and understanding of the Franciscan Vision.

For complete description, see

Applicants should send letter of application, CV, and three references to: Chair, Presidential Search Committee, Franciscan School of Theology, 1712 Euclid Ave, Berkeley, CA 94709, or e-mail: by 15 November.

MARGARET BEAUFORT INSTITUTE OF THEOLOGY Member of the Cambridge Theological Federation


Within the Institute’s research programme we are offering this doctoral scholarship to enhance the study and understanding of lay life and its renewal in England and Wales. The scholarship will offer the opportunity for a suitably qualifi ed candidate to pursue doctoral studies in the theology and renewal of lay life in England and Wales with a particular focus on lay ministries.

Further particulars from Ela Wolbek on 01223 741039 or Website: www.

Closing date: 5 November Interviews: second week of December

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