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ST. IGNATIUS CATHOLIC SCHOOL
599 Walkers Road
P.O. Box 2638
Grand Cayman KY1-1102
Tel: (345) 949 9250
Fax: (345) 945 6230
St. Ignatius Catholic School is a private co-educational school with approximately 600 pupils rang-
ing from Nursery to Advanced Level (Year 13). The school is recognised for its academic rigour,
its excellent discipline and its caring and supportive Christian ethos. It also enjoys an unrivalled
reputation for IT innovation and technology for learning on the island. It follows the English
National Curriculum to I/GCSE with many students progressing to our A-Level programme.
All applicants must have either a subject degree or a B.Ed. and a recognised Teaching
Qualification, with recent, relevant experience of at least 3 to 5 years' in teaching the English
National Curriculum. The successful applicants will be excellent classroom practitioners, pas-
sionate about student's learning, computer literate and experienced in using and tracking assess-
ment for learning, differentiation, and, as well as, use technology to support learning. He/she will
be a good team player, will lead innovation and improvement within his/her department and will
contribute positively to the overall life of the school. As a Catholic school, we strongly encourage
committed Catholics to apply; we also welcome applications from non-Catholics. We expect all
applicants to fully support the religious ethos of the school.
Salary range CI$41,714 - CI$53,366 per annum. Other benefits include medical insurance, con-
tribution to a pension plan, relocation allowance and end of final contract repatriation allowance.
The school also offers one free school place for the child of an employee. Contracts are for two
years initially and may be extended by mutual agreement.
We invite applications for September 2015 for the following posts:
Teacher of English
Subject Leader: Drama
Teacher of Humanities (Religious Education and History) (Candidate must be committed
Teacher of Modern Foreign Languages (Spanish and French) (Primary to KS3)
Teacher of Physics and Science
Primary Classroom Teacher
Further information about the school and details of these posts as well as the teacher application
form can be viewed on the school website: http://www.st-ignatius.com/about-us/job-openings
Interested applicants must complete the teacher application form in full and send to: general@st-
ignatius.com. We will not accept any other form of application. No additional documentation is
required at this time. Initial interviews will be conducted over Skype prior to candidates being
shortlisted. Deadline for receipt of applications: 23rd January 2015.
claimed her 34th career title with
a victory at the Brisbane Inter-
national yesterday, hours after
Roger Federer moved within one
win of a triple-zero milestone.
Top-seeded Sharapova had a 6-
7 (4), 6-3, 6-3 win over Ana
Ivanovic in the women s final, let-
ting a 4-1 lead and two set points
slip in the first before coming back
with early breaks in the second and
third sets to secure the title.
It was an ideal warm-up for the
first major of the season, and gave
Sharapova the chance to overhaul
Serena Williams for top spot in the
rankings depending on results at
the Australian Open, starting Jan-
"I played four good matches
against very different types of oppo-
nents. Couldn t have asked for bet-
ter preparation," Sharapova said,
playing down the importance of the
rankings. "Now that I won a tour-
nament, maybe I have a better
chance of going higher in the rank-
ings. Right now I am No 2; the next
spot is 1."
Federer has a chance to go into
the Australian Open with 1,000
career match wins to his credit after
beating fourth-seeded Grigor Dim-
itrov 6-2, 6-2 in the semifinals.
The 17-time Grand Slam cham-
pion came into the 2015 season with
996 wins and has had three more
on the way to today s final, where
he ll meet third-seeded Milos Raon-
ic. The 33-year-old Federer has a
7-1 win-loss record against the 24-
year-old Canadian, who served 34
aces to grind out a 6-7 (4), 7-6 (4),
7-6 (4) win over second-seeded Kei
Nishikori in the other semifinal.
"It s a goal for the season, so I
still have time to get to a thousand,"
Federer said, smiling, in a post-
match interview. "I mean, it s a real-
ly big number, no doubt about it.
Love to get it tomorrow (today). If
not tomorrow, I hope it happens at
the Australian Open. It would def-
initely be an incredible milestone
Only retired greats Jimmy Con-
nors (1,253) and Ivan Lendl (1,071)
have won more than 1,000 match-
Maria Sharapova of Russia poses with the winner's
trophy after she won the women's final match
against Ana Ivanovic of Serbia. AP PHOTO
Sharapova wins Brisbane title
DOHA---David Ferrer won his 22nd career ATP
title when he defeated Tomas Berdych 6-4, 7-5 in
the Qatar Open final yesterday.
Ferrer made it six consecutive years he has won
at least one title.
The Spaniard improved his record to 8-5 against
Berdych, whose finals record slumped to 10-15.
Berdych was not surprised by the quality of play
from Ferrer, a day after the Spaniard battled through
three tiebreak sets against seventh-seeded Ivo Karlovic
of Croatia in the semifinals.
The fourth-seeded Ferrer began the final by break-
ing the third-seeded Berdych in the first game, and
raced to 4-1.
Berdych hadn t dropped his serve in 34 service
games through the semifinals, but surrendered four
of eight service break opportunities to Ferrer.
In the second set, Berdych had three set points
on Ferrer s serve in the 10th game, but the Spaniard
managed to hold for 5-5.
Ferrer received the advantage when Berdych dou-
ble-faulted on a second break point he faced in the
11th game. (AP)
Ferrer beats Berdych
in Qatar Open final
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