We are a large, inner-London Catholic School of around 1,900 students and 120 teaching staff. The School provides a warm, welcoming and nurturing teaching environment with excellent support for teachers. Our vision statement of ‘Education for all = Achievement for all’ perfectly captures our educational values.
Please explore the career site and our school website www.wiseman.ealing.sch.uk for further information about the school.
School Mission Statement
The Cardinal Wiseman Catholic School believes in education for all. We aim to achieve this in a caring Catholic community based on the Gospel values of equality and justice. Our community seeks to follow the example and teaching of Jesus Christ to love God and help one another. We live by our motto: 'All things for Christ'
School Aims and Ethos:
To fulfil our Mission statement our aims are:
Following the completion of a recent BSF reburbishment programme we now have some brand new buildings. All of our buildings have been refurbished offering world class facilities to our staff and students.
Sorry, we are currently not recruiting for any vacancies
We would love you to join our Talent Pool so we can contact you when the right vacancy arises.
We are a very successful, oversubscibed school for 11-18 year olds which offers exciting opportunities for hard-working and ambitious individuals.
NQTs will be offered a very supportive NQT Programme. See the side tab to see what our NQT's have to say about the support they have received at Cardinal Wiseman. Alongside this, continued professional developement is supported for all staff in the school.
Where we are
We are located in Greenford, which is a short bus ride from Ealing Broadway. We have great transport links as we are not far from the A40 and Greenford Underground Station. A couple of minutes away, the local high street is very well served by buses.
A fitness suite is available for staff to use at certain times of the day
If you're searching for your next teaching post, send us your CV now via our School Talent Pool and say what sort of role you're looking for. By joining our School Talent Pool we'll know you're interested in working here when a future vacancy occurs.
Our school provides excellent support for new teachers starting out on their careers.
Please get in touch with Gary Wilkinson (Director of School Operations) at the school to find out more.
We offer a range of benefits to new teachers, including:
Some of our NQT’s told what they thought of their first year at Cardinal Wiseman and described the benefit of the support they have received. This is what they said:
One of the first things that struck me about Cardinal Wiseman at interview was how friendly and approachable all the staff seemed to be, from Jackie on the front desk in reception right they way through to SLT. That is something that I've continued to appreciate this year as an NQT at the school. There is no intimidating 'them' and 'us' divide between more experienced teachers and NQTs and new staff at Wiseman are made to feel a part of the school from day one.
NQTs at Cardinal Wiseman are given a lot of responsibility early on, but are extremely well supported. My department has been fantastic and the more experienced members of the department have been very patient with the many questions they are asked on a daily basis by their three NQTs! Having several other NQTs at the school has been great as we have been able to bounce ideas off each other and share the highs and lows of the first year of teaching, as well as getting together socially. My mentor has been really supportive and has gone out of her way to help me develop as a teacher both during our weekly mentor meetings and as questions and problems arise during the course of day to day teaching.
The Induction programme is great and is a very non judgemental environment to bring up the questions that you may feel too silly to ask anywhere else! It gives an excellent insight into the expectations of the school, and how I as a new teacher can achieve these.
All the Cardinal Wiseman staff have been so supportive in my first term and have made me feel really welcome. The NQT programme could not have been more accessible or more informative.
As far as I am concerned the Induction program has been really useful to me as it has helped me understand the schools policies a lot more than actually reading them as well as the effective learner session being very useful - the booklet containing ideas for plenaries and starters has been very useful and I have tried and analysed how successful some of these worked with different classes.
The Cardinal Wiseman RC School is part of the Diocese of Westminster. Click here to find out more about our Trust.