Thank you for considering a career at The Regis School. 

If you are interested in any of our vacancies, our Principal, Dave Oakes or any member of the Senior Leadership Team would welcome the opportunity to speak to you and show you our wonderful building and fantastic school community.

To arrange a visit please contact Vicky Ovens on 01243 871068 or


Thank you for your interest in The Regis School.  I feel privileged to be leading this successful school and I am resolute in my determination to deliver a high performing fully inclusive school, that provides a first-class education for the community it serves.

The staff here share that ambition, and you would be joining a highly qualified, motivated, and dedicated team, who are passionate about ensuring they bring out the best in everyone. We have high expectations of the students and a shared purpose; to ensure when they leave us, they will be motivated lifelong learner, kind citizens and productive young adults.

This is achieved through delivering an ambitious curriculum that equips students with powerful knowledge, maximising their cognitive development, and drawing out and building on their talents. Our curriculum is broad and balanced, not just our academic curriculum but also in terms of Character Education, where we are fully committed to our co-curricular provision, and the ‘hidden curriculum’ of the school - intended to spark curiosity and to nourish the head and the heart.

Our ethos is centred around ‘the best in everyone’ and therefore we expect the best from everyone, constantly challenging the students and ourselves. As a hardworking and passionate Headteacher I believe in many things including: high professional standards (of ourselves and our work); in personal responsibility and the value of discipline; that all students deserve disruption free learning; in kindness and good manners; in inclusion; in smiling; in being respectful and most importantly in showing limitless ambition, setting goals high.

I am proud of the commitment shown daily from our staff and the students to ensure The Regis School is a centre of educational excellence. This permeates out into the community, where parents’ confidence in our ability to do so is shown in The Regis School being the school of choice for the community we serve. We are delighted to have been oversubscribed for the third consecutive year this September and early indications predict this trend will continue with our new Year 6 intake in September 2022.

If the above aligns to your values and educational beliefs and feel excited that The Regis School could be the right school for you, we would welcome your application. There is more information in your pack and on our website about our school, and we hope you enjoy finding out more about us. We recognise that moving to a new school is a significant decision and therefore offer an open invite to prospective candidates to meet with myself (face to face or virtually) and visit the school in person. I very much look forward to meeting you.


Best wishes

Dave Oakes 


The Regis School aspires to be an outstanding centre of learning, serving its community and transforming lives. We seek to equip our students for a changing world through building confidence, encouraging creativity and fostering enquiry to achieve excellence. These qualities will allow our students to flourish as leaders of the future and to take their place as caring, ambitious and responsible citizens in their communities.

Academic achievement is at the heart of what we do, ensuring students leave with the highest qualifications that enable them to be competitive in the global economy.  We expect our students to ‘learn hard’ and relish the challenge of skills and knowledge acquisition in a wide variety of subject areas.

Since joining The Regis School’s Art department as an NQT in 2019 I have developed greatly as a creative professional and fully enjoyed the process. The bright and vibrant visual arts faculty is alive with colour and somewhere I enjoy spending my days at work. There is constant support from all staff around the school with a strong CPD programme and extra support sessions for NQT’s. Being able to put my own creative stamp on the art department has been a massive bonus, I have been able to engage students in their learning by being passionate and confident in what I have been teaching, whilst having the constant structure and support from my head of faculty.  Starting my career as a teacher at The Regis School has been a huge confidence boost for me and has made me fall in love with the profession even more. Currently I am unsure as to where my career will progress, but I know I will continue to thoroughly enjoy working at TRS.”

Chloe Dudman

Teacher of Art and Photography

I started working at the Regis School in 2012. I have had a variety of roles, from a TA, through an English Intervention Tutor, to the EAL teacher. The school have always been supportive throughout the course of my PhD studies, as well as in developing my potential as a teacher and a tutor. I feel well looked after and appreciated every single day, and I cannot imagine working anywhere else. I would recommend the Regis School not only to potential future staff members, but also to parents, as having been here for nearly eight years, I have experienced and observed an all-inclusive professional teaching and pastoral practice all round!”

Anna Gore

Teacher of EAL

I joined the Regis School in September 2013 as Head of Humanities and during my time here and the excellent CPD opportunities that have been offered to me I have advanced in my career to the position of Associate Assistant Principal. Whilst at The Regis I have been given the opportunity of taking part in Middle Leader courses as well as completing my NPQSL. The Regis School has provided me with opportunities to improve both my teaching and professional development and have supported me throughout this process. TRS is an excellent place to work, talent is recognised and support freely given, I have thoroughly enjoyed my 7 years here.”

Kris Trickett

Teacher of History

What makes The Regis School a great place to work?

You will:

  • Be working for the biggest Multi Academy Trust in the UK. 
  • Work in a disruption free learning environment, enabling teachers to teach and student to learn.
  • Work in a school culture where feedback is central to improving the quality of teaching, supported by instructional coaching and deliberate practice.
  • Access enhanced pay scales.
  • Receive the resources you need to teach well, including a laptop for use at home and a fully equipped classroom with interactive whiteboard.
  • Be able to access numerous employment schemes such as: a car leasing scheme, access to ‘Perkbox’ offering discounts in weekly shopping, high street stores and flights and holidays.
  • Have access to reduced Gym Membership (50% off standard anytime membership) in a state of the art gym facility on campus.
  • Be entitlement to use United Learning’s Staff Benefits package.
  • Have access to 10% discount on nursery place at Stepping Stones on-site nursery.


By joining The Regis School you will also become part of United Learning - a unique group of independent and state schools working together to bring out the best in everyone. Our vision is to provide excellent education, which prepares young people to progress in learning and to make a success of their lives. United Learning focuses sharply on the evidence of what makes it more likely that young people will progress and succeed, apply that to classroom practice, allowing schools to continue to learn and develop. It is a priority to provide teachers with excellent professional support and development, so that every child receives an excellent experience.

The approach is underpinned by a sense of moral purpose and commitment to doing what is right for children and young people, supporting colleagues to achieve excellence and acting with integrity in all our dealings within and beyond the organisation, in the interests of young people everywhere.

The development programmes offer access to tailor-made training no matter your career stage, alongside unrivalled opportunities for your career development across both the maintained and independent sectors. The Performance and Development Reviews (PDR) encompass personal aspiration, impact on pupil achievement and identification of continuous professional development and training that is right for you and your future. For more information please visit our dedicated careers site.


A Rights Respecting School is a school that puts the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child (CRC) at the heart of the school’s planning, policies, practice and ethos. The CRC ensures young people have the right to be protected from harm, to be educated, to be healthy, to be treated fairly and to be heard. At The Regis School we take this responsibility very seriously, not only teaching about the convention, but by modeling rights, responsibility and respect in all our relationships. Please click here for more information.


The Regis School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all who work at the school to share this commitment.  All positions are subject to an enhanced disclosure through the Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS).


United Learning Child Protection Statement

United Learning is fully committed to the safeguarding of children – ensuring the well being of the child is paramount. For pupils to feel that they are able to do their best and achieve their true potential, it is important that they feel safe and supported in the school environment. 

Everyone working within our schools and academies, whatever their role, is acutely aware that issues to do with the protection of children are of the highest possible importance. Trust underpins everything that we do in schools. The parents of our pupils entrust the care of their children to us and together we are all responsible for their well being.

In relation to safeguarding, United Learning aims to ‘prevent’, ‘protect’ and ‘support’ all its pupils by addressing child protection in the curriculum, pastoral activities and in the management of the school, and by empowering and enabling staff to be vigilant for vulnerable students through training and information dissemination.

All United Learning schools have policies which deal with safeguarding, child protection and safer recruitment, which are in accordance with the relevant local authority procedures and which comply with the DFE’s safeguarding children and safer recruitment statutory guidance.  The individual school policies are available via each school’s website or by contacting your school directly.

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