We are seeking to appoint a highly motivated,
enthusiastic and excellent classroom practitioner, who has a proven record of
improving the quality of education within a school.
The ideal candidates would
- Be enthusiastic and lively
- Be a committed and inspirational teacher
- Strive for excellence
- Have high expectations of self and pupils
- Be a team player
As a school we are mindful of wellbeing and have
introduced the following to support worklife
balance of staff.
meetings are only 1 hour and other CPD is creatively planned into the
school working-day through Team Meetings and a supportive coaching model
- a wellbeing
day for staff who demonstrate commitment to supporting school related
activities such as discos and PTA events
- a ‘live
marking approach’ which emphasises the importance of in the moment
feedback as part of lessons
- half termly
release for subject leaders to support their subject leadership
- PPA at home
- Shared team
planning within a 3-form entry primary
- An SLT which is supportive and are
streamlining systems and processes to reduce unnecessary paperwork and
- We can offer you:-
- Enthusiastic and well-behaved pupils
- Friendly and supportive staff and Governors
- A caring Christian ethos
- Support with 3 classes per year group
- A “Good” Ofsted report – April 2017
- An “Excellent” SIAMS report – April 2019
- A personalised approach to continuous professional development and
supporting career development.
William Law CE Primary School is committed to
safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children expecting all staff to share
this commitment. All appointments are subject to an enhanced DBS disclosure.
The application pack is attached and can be returned
to email@example.com. Alternatively, contact the School Office.
We have to have a sponsorship licence to be able to sponsor a visa and unfortunately our MAT does not have one, therefore we will not be able to accept applications from candidates that are wanting a Visa to be sponsored.
We welcome applicants to visit the school.
Closing date: Monday, 20th February
2023 at 9.00am
Friday, 24th February 2023
We endeavour to provide a safe and welcoming environment where children are respected and valued.
School will be alert to signs of abuse/neglect and will follow Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Safeguarding Children Partnership Board’s procedures to ensure children receive appropriate effective support and protection.
Schools will contact Children’s Social Care when they have reasonable cause to suspect a child may be suffering/likely to suffer significant harm. Staff in school with responsibility for child protection (Designated Safeguarding Lead or Deputy Designated Safeguarding Lead) carry out their responsibilities in accordance with the law and are acting in the best interests of all children.
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