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We are seeking individuals to help us fill roles within our Primary School team. Beaulieu is a forward-thinking and outward-looking school, proud of the calibre of education it offers.

Faith is at our core, alongside our strong emphasis on pastoral care. The School encourages pupils to be themselves and embrace the differences we possess, positively contribute to the wider world and be the very best that they can be.

We are looking for enthusiastic individuals who are keen to fully participate in school life and embrace the ethos of the School.

Our available roles are:

Primary Teacher
Teaching Assistant – Key Stage 2
A Cover Teacher

If you are interested in any of these roles please get in touch by emailing or call Lily Whitchurch on 01534 708616 for more information.


Beaulieu is seeking an HR Administrator to join our busy team. Reporting to the Head of HR, the Human Resources Administrator will provide a comprehensive and confidential administrative service in a range of general HR administration duties, including payroll. They will ensure that the administrative services of this function adheres to all current legislation, best-practice and internal policies and procedures.

The role requires strong administration skills, attention to detail, and the ability to process payroll. To be successful, you will need to multitask effectively and use your initiative to thrive in a team-orientated environment. Previous experience working in HR is beneficial but not essential. This role is 35 hours per week term time only.

To apply for this position, please contact Lily Whitchurch, Head of Human Resources at Beaulieu Convent School, at

Application form

HR Administrator Job Description



Start date: September 2024 or before.

Beaulieu is seeking to recruit an outstanding Headteacher to lead our unique and much-loved School. The successful individual will assume pastoral and professional responsibility for all staff, students and parents within the Beaulieu community. They will lead by example, with integrity and dedication, to motivate, inspire and positively engage all those around them.

The successful candidate will be a practising Catholic, passionate about their own Catholic faith, bringing it to life through teaching and learning at Beaulieu. They will promote the Catholicity of Beaulieu and the legacy and values established by our founding Order – the Sisters of the Immaculate Conception.

For further information on this exciting and rewarding role, please contact
our HR team on:

Five-year residency is not required.

Closing date: Friday 14th April.

Application Form

Headteacher Job Description



Start date:  September 2023

Beaulieu is seeking to recruit an outstanding Head of Religious Education to join our busy Secondary School.

The successful candidate will be highly motivated and dynamic, responsible for Religious Education across all the Secondary Key Stages, ensuring high standards of teaching and learning and enhanced achievement.

A practising Catholic, you will have the skills and imagination required to undertake this important leadership role within our School community.

If you are interested in this exciting and rewarding position, please contact our HR team, in the first instance, on:

Five-year residency is not required.

Closing date: Monday 20th March.

Head of Religious Education Job Description

Application Form



The Trustees of Beaulieu are seeking individuals to join our Trustee Board. Our Trustees are responsible for Beaulieu’s strategy, overseeing financial performance and maintaining a high standard of governance.

It is a rewarding role, supporting the School to help the next generation of talented students reach their full potential.

The Trustees we are seeking will have commercial experience and a passion for education. In particular, we would welcome interest from potential Trustees with experience in the education, legal or accounting sectors.

Email: for more information.


Beaulieu is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff, volunteers and external agencies to share this commitment. Successful candidates will be asked to apply for an enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service (“DBS”) check and will be checked against the DBS barred list. Applicants are subject to the receipt of satisfactory references in accordance with our Safer Recruitment Policy.