- Entry level
- No Education
- Salary to negotiate
Our lively school is a central part of our local community and our Christian values of friendship, compassion and reverence are evident on a day to day basis. The children are enthusiastic and eager to learn. We are on a journey to excellence and a high quality teaching team is central to ensuring our children achieve well and make excellent progress. Our children and staff are hardworking, caring and keen to learn. We are looking for a qualified teacher with excellent skills in teaching and learning to become a member of our team.
To deliver high quality teaching and learning to pupils within their Key Stage 2 class.
To inspire children with enthusiasm and a love of learning.
To have a sound knowledge of the requirements of the national curriculum.
To prepare and plan for teaching, taking account of the requirements of all children within their class.
To prepare and develop, teaching materials, teaching programmes, methods of teaching and assessment and pastoral arrangements.
To use a range of strategies for teaching and maintaining classroom behaviour in accordance with the school policy.
To assess, record and report on the development, progress and attainment of pupils; academically, socially and personally.
To ensure that regular and effective feedback is provided for pupils, in line with school policy.
To be responsible for the effective management of your classroom to encourage independent learners in line with the school ethos.
To supervise the work of any support staff, including teaching assistants, who are assigned to work within the class.
To organise the classroom and learning resources to create a pleasant, stimulating and positive learning environment.
To ensure children’s work is valued by managing the provision of good displays in the classroom. Help in providing displays for public areas e.g. hall, corridors etc.
To be punctual and set a good example to the children in personal conduct.
To communicate and consult effectively with the parents of children.
Wider Professional Commitments:
To fulfil all professional duties as laid down in the Conditions of Employment of School Teachers.
To address personal targets as identified within Performance Management cycle /NQT training.
To participate in further training and professional development as appropriate, and use the outcomes to impact upon the teaching and learning of pupils.
To work as part of a professional team.
To implement the aims, policies and stated ethos of the school.
To lead the development of a subject across the school (not NQTs)
In summary we are looking for someone who:
Is passionate about improving outcomes for all pupils
Is creative and imaginative in planning learning experiences to support children;
Is willing and enthusiastic to be involved in school life;
Is able to be flexible and use their initiative within the working day;
Has excellent inter-personal skills and is able to work effectively with colleagues and parents
We can offer you:
Happy, well behaved children;
A friendly, supportive staff team;
High quality CPD.
Please contact the Headteacher, Alison Timmings or the Deputy Head, Alison Roberts if you would like further information.