Contract Type: Part Time
Salary: Excellent, Depending on Experience
School Type:
Independent Senior
School Size: 0-250
School Age Range: 11-18
Pupil Gender: Male
Address: Woodcote, Nr Reading, South Oxfordshire RG8 0PJ
Ofsted Ranking: Not yet rated


Teacher of Business and Economics (Part-time)

An exciting opportunity has arisen at The Oratory for a part-time teaching position within the Business and Economics Department.

We are seeking to appoint a committed, innovative and dynamic member of staff. The Oratory prizes individuals who demonstrate passion for their subjects and who continually seek to develop their own teaching skillsets.

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About The Oratory School

The Oratory School came into being on 1st May 1859. It was founded by Blessed John Henry Newman, at the request of a group of eminent Catholic laymen of the time, in order to provide a boarding school for boys run on English public school principles for the small English Catholic community.

We embody and practise today our Founder’s spiritual, moral and educational principles, which are just as relevant at the beginning of the twenty-first century as they were when he imbued his School with them. Each individual is to be valued for his own sake; the system should be there to support the needs of the individual, not vice versa. In this way a person’s dignity and sense of self-worth are respected in the way that they should be; as a result they will be more at ease in the society in which they find themselves and more willing to accept the necessary constraints of that society. Furthermore if each individual is regarded as special, then his special needs and gifts will be given proper respect and attention.

The pastoral welfare of the boys in the School, the relationships with their families, the continuing contact with past pupils – all these, therefore, are central to the ethos of Newman’s educational vision.

We are proud to have as our Founder a great Christian thinker, but we are even more proud to be entrusted with his vision for the education of Christian young men to prepare them for the modern world.