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Archbishop Tartaglia, who has warned of "significant consequences" for schools if his plea goes unanswered, has also called for more young Catholics to consider a career in the teaching profession.

The move comes amid growing concerns that not enough teachers from a Catholic background are being recruited and trained in Scotland.

CATHOLIC schools across Scotland are facing a recruitment crisis with a shortage of teachers and headteachers who are members of the faith.

The dire position has prompted Archbishop of Glasgow Philip Tartaglia to issue an urgent plea to Catholics currently working in non-denominational schools to return to the fold.

” Mr Mc Grath said a number of issues were contributing to the acute shortage including low salaries and a boom in retiring teachers who came into the profession in the 1970s.

I must stress that this is a critical issue that may have significant consequences if we cannot produce more teachers soon." Archbishop Tartaglia said Scotland’s bishops had appealed to Scottish Government ministers to ensure that sufficient teachers were being educated to work in Catholic schools.

The St Andrew’s Foundation for Catholic teacher education at Glasgow University has also recently began a series of talks aimed at school pupils in an bid to increase teacher numbers.

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Teacher shortages are also an issue nationally with rural areas complaining of unfilled vacancies and particular shortages in key subjects such as science, technology and maths.Archbishop Tartaglia, president of the Scottish Catholic Education Service (SCES), said: “Given the current shortages of teachers and headteachers, I want to appeal to Catholic teachers who are not currently working in Catholic schools.It has been suggested that part of the problem is the controversial requirement for teachers at Catholic schools to be vetted by a priest before they are given a job.Critics believe different schools operate different policies and the uncertainties put off teachers from applying.

My request is this: Please seek an appointment in a Catholic school."We are working hard with the University of Glasgow and others to improve the supply of teachers.