Why work with us?

Thank you for your interest in The Regis School.  We feel privileged to be leading this successful school and we are resolute in our 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 learners, 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 hardworking and passionate leaders we 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.


We are 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 and early indications predict this trend will continue.


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 our 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 us and visit the school in person.  We very much look forward to meeting you.


Best wishes


Dave Oakes                                        Joanne Lewis

Principal                                              Associate Principal

I joined the Regis School in September 2016 as an NQT and during my time here I have had fantastic professional development opportunities which have allowed me to advance in my career to the position of Head of Science. Whilst at The Regis I have been given the opportunity to complete my NPQML as well as being offered internal coaching and external middle leadership courses. The school has provided me with so many opportunities to develop my own teaching as well as my leadership and I am so thankful to SLT for this. TRS is a fantastic place to work and I can’t imagine wanting to work anywhere else!

Rebecca Offer, Head of Department - Science

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 ten years, I have experienced and observed an all-inclusive professional teaching and pastoral practice all round!”

Anna Gore, Teacher of EAL

Since starting at The Regis School in November 2018 as an Attendance Clerk, I am now the Whole School Attendance Lead managing the Attendance Department.

TRS Senior Leadership Team have been instrumental in my career progression and offered support and CPD programmes to further develop my skills in working with young people. 

This is an excellent school to work in, support staff are recognised and made to feel a real part of the vision and ethos the school promote.

I really enjoy coming to work every day to an environment which is welcoming and supportive.

Monica Bowen, Whole School Attendance Lead

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.


Professional development for all staff at The Regis School is recognised as central to improving the quality of learning and achievement for our students. All staff are entitled to access continuing professional development (CPD) and are expected to take personal responsibility for their own professional development. At The Regis School we believe effective CPD is a learning opportunity which enables staff to keep their skills and knowledge at the cutting edge of practice, keep up to date with changes and developments in the curriculum and further enhance their pedagogy. It encourages innovation based on knowledge and research, and, most importantly, enables staff to be the best they can be in order to provide the very best provision for our young people.

To ensure CPD is effective we encourage staff to select from a range of strategies to best meet their individual learning needs including

  • A subject-specific CPD programme
  • Observing others teach and sharing good practice through Research Learning Communities
  • Having a ‘coach’ or ‘mentor’ to guide development
  • External courses and further learning ie Masters degree or the NPQ programmes
  • Contributing to sharing practice through Teachmeets and briefings

As a result of staff being able to personalise their CPD, we are able to create the right opportunities for staff, which in turn will support the school’s relentless drive to raise standards in teaching and learning, providing the very best provision for all of our young people to succeed.

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