‘Find out more’ invitation to practising Catholic teachers

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‘Find out more’ invitation to practising Catholic teachers

An invitation has been extended to practising Catholic teachers in the Diocese of East Anglia who do not work in a Catholic school , but who might like to, to hear more about the opportunities available.

Director of Schools’ Service, Andy Stone, said: “Did you know that the Diocese of East Anglia, along with its two Multi-Academy Trusts, has responsibility for 28 schools across the Diocese? Our schools cover primary and secondary phases, state school and independent sector.

“Perhaps as a qualified teacher, you’ve always been interested in teaching in a Catholic school, but the opportunity has not arisen. If you are interested in following your vocation to teach in a Catholic school you are warmly invited to an initial information giving meeting, to be held on Zoom, on Monday June 10 at 6.30pm. You will have an opportunity to hear from the Diocesan Schools Service and the CEOs of our two Catholic Multi-Academy Trusts. We look forward to seeing you.”

To receive a meeting invitation, please contact the Schools’ Service Administrator, Jane Delph, at ssc@rcdea.org.uk 

Pictured above are students at Notre Dame Catholic High School in Norwich.