The parish lies at the heart of every community. Families, churches, schools, chaplaincies to hospitals, prisons. Parishes provide an inclusive hub for people of all walks of life to journey together in faith and to reach out to the wider community to serve in acts of social action.
Young people are visible in the Church. They are involved in parish life, school and university communities and the wider community, witnessing to their relationship with Jesus Christ. The Diocese supports young people to respond to the invitation of faith in various ways.
The fast pace of today's world often has us rushing through our daily life, with little direction or thought as to the kind of life we should be leading. Fortunately, the Catholic faith provides us with a solid moral compass and great many role models to help us find our way.
Good communication is really important to us. Wether it's sharing the impact of our community projects and sharing the witness of inspiring individuals, or reaching out to collaborate and dialogue with groups and individuals, and providing resources to enable others, we want to build long lasting effecting relationships and help people to develop their faith journey.
Being a teacher is one of the most fulfilling jobs you can do.
Each day you will make a difference to life chances of the next generation.
If you want to teach on the south coast or in a town or city with direct routes to London you’ve come to the right diocese. We welcome not only Catholic teachers but those who will support the Catholic ethos of our schools.
Current Vacancies - Catholic Academies and Schools Office
Please click on the link to find out about current job vacancies in our schools.
PCP SCITT – School-Centred Initial Teacher Training
Not yet a qualified teacher but thinking of training to teach, we can offer many different routes into teaching. Contact the Primary Catholic Partnership SCITT based at one of our primary schools for further details.