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  • Job start date

    3 January 2023

  • Closing date

    5 July 2022 at 5pm

  • Date listed

    21 June 2022

Job details

Key stage

Early years, Key stage 1

Working pattern

Contract type


Full-time equivalent salary

Leadership 1 £42,195 - Leadership 6 £47,735

Assistant Principal - EYFS/KS1 job summary

Are you passionate about the education, teaching, learning and care of young children? Do you want to make a difference? The Local Academy Committee of St. John’s C of E Primary Academy, Wednesbury, wish to appoint an outstanding teacher who is fully committed to ensuring the wellbeing and academic success of children in the Early Years and KS1. We are looking to appoint a practitioner who is experienced and effective in Early Years excellence. Applications are welcome if you have a real passion to make a real difference, are committed, enthusiastic teachers to support us in this ethos. The successful candidate will: • Be able to inspire and motivate; • Be committed to our children, parents, and community; • Be an enthusiastic team player. • Have a good understanding of EYFS. In return we can offer: • A hardworking, supportive team; • Support with your own professional development; • Release time for management duties; • Polite and hardworking children.
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About St John's Church of England Primary Academy

School type
Academy, Church of England, ages 4 to 11
Education phase
View all Primaryjobs
School size
202 pupils enrolled
Age range
4 to 11
Phone number
0121 556 0269

St. John’s C of E Primary Academy admits pupils from age 5 to 11 years. We ensure that within the Anglican tradition we uphold the principle of being inclusive and in promoting cohesion in our academy and across our local community. We currently have 202 pupils on roll across 7 years groups.

We not only serve pupils from Wednesbury but also surrounding areas such as Walsall, Tipton and other areas within Sandwell.

The academy is situated in the town of Wednesbury and is an oasis for our pupils. The original building was a Victorian build located near the Church of St. John’s/ However, both the church and the school were closed, and a new school built in the 1970s.

The vision at St. John’s is that we are an inclusive and loving family who celebrate our similarities and differences. Together we face new challenges with endurance whilst generously supporting each other along the way. When things go wrong, we forgive others as well as asking for forgiveness ourselves. We are the generation of today, empowered by our personal faith and beliefs. All children and staff are valued and encouraged to fulfil their potential in all aspects of academy life.

The school motto of ‘Together we ‘Believe to Achieve’ knowing that “Everything is possible for one who believes”. Mark 9:23. exemplifies what we expect of pupils and adults and in conjunction with our academy values is the driver for our reward system. Our values are central to academy life:

G - Generosity
E - Endurance
T - Tolerance
F - Forgiveness
A - Ambition
B – Belief

We have links with our local Church; St. Bartholomew’s and have been to worship there several times.

St. John’s C of E Primary Academy’s curriculum is broad and balanced and is underpinned by its unique curriculum drivers: Knowledge of the World, Enterprise and Environment. It raises children’s aspirations demonstrating possibilities for their future lives, fostering independence and resilience. High expectations in speech, language and communication strengthen children’s ability to learn at a deeper level, allowing them to articulate their learning, demonstrating quality thinking and application of skills and knowledge. We provide pupils with rich learning experiences, a full range of educational visits are encouraged in all a year groups including residentials for every year group, extra-curricular activities and enrichment opportunities.
In September 2017 Ofsted graded the school as ‘Good’ and following this an outstanding SIAMs was awarded.

The school is well resourced and with capital works programme has been well maintained. The school also has excellent outdoor facilities for all pupils including a field with a gym, a quieter reflection area, a story circle and a sensory garden.

The academy holds the Primary Science Quality Mark, Music Mark and is working towards gaining the History Mark. Music is taught by a specialist music teacher who works closely with our staff and is a strength of the school.

Our school day:

8:50am Registration
10.30 KS1 Morning Break
10.45 KS2 Morning Break
12.00 EYFS and KS1 Lunch
12.15 KS2 Lunch
1.00 Afternoon Sessions start for EYFS and KS1
1.15 Afternoon Session start for KS1
2.15 KS1 Afternoon Break
3:30pm End of school day

We offer a breakfast club from 8.00am a charge is made for this and places have to be booked in advance.

After school clubs run and offer a variety of activities such as multi-skills, boxing, dance, gymnastics, film club, coding club, homework club to name a few.

Arranging a visit to St John's Church of England Primary Academy

To arrange a visit and increase the chance of a successful application email ruth.owen@stjohnsacademy.co.uk.

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