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A dynamic and rewarding place to work

Established in 1915, St Chris prides itself on offering excellent independent education with a difference. The School is democratic in its principles, which makes us a rewarding and exciting place to work. Our employees are some of our greatest assets and vital to our ongoing success.

The School was inspired by George Arundale in a speech that he gave in 1912.  In this he said:

“The keynote to the whole subject of education is that the teacher’s job is not only to instil learning and knowledge into the pupil’s mind, but also to evolve his character and awaken his inner nature to a wider understanding of men and things – through bonds of mutual affection and trust.”

These words still form the basis of our philosophy.

We recruit carefully and welcome applications from enthusiastic and well-qualified individuals.

As part of our commitment to the welfare of children and young people, all posts will be subject to an enhanced DBS check.


Teacher of Geography
from September 2020 (or as soon as possible thereafter)

We require a full-time teacher of Geography to teach up to A Level.  The job description and application form can be found below:

Teacher Of Geography (Sept 2020) Job Description

Application Form (September 2019)

Head of Maths
from September 2020 (or as soon as possible thereafter)

We require a full-time Head of Maths who has an excellent track record of teaching Maths and Further Maths to A Level, including Statistics and Mechanics.  They will lead a talented team and energise and inspire all students, regardless of ability.

Head Of Maths (Sept 2020) Job Description

Application Form (September 2019)

If you have any questions about either of these posts, please contact Toni Warner, Head’s PA at or DL: 01462 650901.

The deadline for applications for both posts is: Monday 20 April 2020.
Interviews for both posts will be held: w/c 27 April 2020



Covid-19 Information

Due to the containment measures associated with the COVID-19 outbreak, St Chris is currently physically closed for mainstream schooling. We continue to operate remotely to offer virtual learning for all of our pupils and our top priorities are to:

  • Continue to support and move forward the learning goals of each class or subject;
  • Support our pupils pastorally as an enforced period of social isolation takes place;
  • Support families as they navigate challenges that arise with work schedules and childcare.

Current Parents

Full details of our remote learning arrangements and resources, pastoral care and safeguarding information have been emailed to parents. Please visit our parent portal for updated information. Staff contact details can be found by clicking here.

We have a small number of places still available for September 2020, and will be able to answer any questions you may have about the school and how to apply, set up virtual meetings with key teachers and to send you a virtual tour of the site while the School is closed.

Please get in touch by emailing or by calling +44 (0) 7714 618 233.