- Job role
Suitable for early career teachers
- Key stages
- KS1, KS2
- Working pattern
- Full time
- Contract type
- within range £25,722 to £27,959
We are looking for a candidate who:
• is an excellent practitioner with enthusiasm and inspirational teaching techniques to help
pupils attain competency in their own abilities;
• is highly motivated and resourceful in supporting holistic child development in thought
provoking lessons which capture pupil’s imagination and develop a love of learning;
• has a vision for achieving excellence and an absolute belief in the potential of all children;
• has the energy and enthusiasm to realise this vision;
• can work effectively as a team member;
• has the ability to motivate and engage pupils with their learning.
Applying for the job
Application forms and further details on this vacancy are available from Helen Gough at the Steiner Academy Hereford to whom completed forms should be returned. This is an open advertisement, we have not set a closing date. Applications will be evaluated when received and interviews plus appointment will take place when we have a suitable candidate. We would advise that you do not delay in submitting your application.
CV’s will not be accepted.
If you need these documents in an accessible format, please contact the school.
- School type
- Academy, ages 3 to 16
- Education phase
- Primary, Middle, Secondary, 16-19
- School size
- 338 pupils enrolled
- Age range
- 3 to 16
About The Steiner Academy Hereford
Welcome to the Steiner Academy Hereford – the UK’s first Academy offering Steiner education.
We offer an education that enables children to experience childhood fully while enabling them to become responsible, free individuals who can think clearly and considerately, observe perceptively and act constructively for the good of the world. We provide a co-educational school for children from early childhood right through to school leaving age (3 to 16). The Steiner Waldorf approach is based on the simple but profound insight that children learn in different ways at different stages of their development. Pupils learn traditional subjects through distinctive and time-tested teaching methods that serve the children’s intellectual, physical, emotional and spiritual development in ways that are suited to their age.