This job expired on 28 June 2024

  • Job start date

    1 September 2024

  • Closing date

    28 June 2024 at 12pm (midday)

  • Date listed

    12 June 2024

Job details

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Key stage

Key stage 2

Working pattern

Part time

Contract type

Fixed term

Full-time equivalent salary

£30,000.00 - £46,525.00 Annually (FTE) Mainscale, UPS

Class Teacher job summary

Thank you for your interest in working for Steel City Schools Partnership. As a Multi-Academy Trust with a very clear vision and ambition, Trustees are keen to ensure they recruit and retain the highest calibre of candidates to be part of Steel City Schools Partnership to provide the very best education possible to the children we serve.

To provide an excellent education for all

Achieving Excellence Sustaining Excellence Sharing Excellence

Steel City Schools Partnership was formed on April 1st 2013 following a long-established partnership between three local schools – Fox Hill Primary, Mansel Primary and Monteney Primary. Following a period of improvement, SCSP welcomed two new schools to the Trust – Greenhill Primary and Windmill Hill Primary – both on February 1st 2018. Woodseats Primary joined SCSP on September 1st 2019, Brook House Junior on April 1st 2021, Lound Infant and Lound Junior joined on September 1st 2021 and Bankwood became our tenth school, joining us on April 1st 2023. The Trust is delighted to be working with Derbyshire and Sheffield Local Authorities and with more schools who are considering joining SCSP.

The Multi-Academy Trust has been established to ensure a primary-led partnership of schools with an ambition to work closely with other academies and schools in both formal and informal arrangements. The Trust aims to provide a high-quality learning environment that inspires and motivates children, staff and the wider community to engage in education and learning. The “To provide an excellent education for all” philosophy drives policy, practice and governance in order to achieve this. Leadership development, succession planning and capacity building are also priorities for the Trust.

As a Multi Academy Trust we work closely and value greatly our relationship with a number of local and regional partners, being a Strategic Partner with the regional Teaching School Hub, Great Heights. SCSP has been very successful with our CPD programme and outreach work, leading training for a range of educational and leadership programmes. We have lead staff who are subject experts at all levels of the current National Professional Qualifications. Our CEO is a National Leader of Educations and an Ofsted Inspector, as is one of the EDSI.

Our success is due to our biggest and most valuable asset – our staff team. SCSP can offer you:

  • Guidance of a supportive and experienced executive team who invest in the development of their leaders
  • Access to healthcare and wellbeing services
  • Encouragement for further and continued professional development
  • Pension Scheme

Academies currently within Steel City Schools Partnership:

Bankwood Primary

Bankwood Primary joined SCSP in April 2023 after a period of working with SCSP since May 2022. This partnership was a result of brokerage by Sheffield LA to support the school at a time of no leadership, governance and awaiting publication of the Ofsted report. As a school in Special Measures, there is much to do, however there is a real willingness and passion from all staff who are deeply committed to the school and community. The school has approximately 70% of the pupils deemed to be disadvantaged and serves an area of diverse and complex need. Headteacher - Sarah Reynolds

Brook House Junior

Brook House is a good school (Ofsted – November 2022). It is a larger than average, 3 form entry Junior School, situated in the South East of Sheffield. The school serves a close knit community and has wonderful external grounds, backing onto the Rother Valley Park. The school is popular within the community with many pupils coming to the school from outside the catchment area.

Brook House works closely with its feeder infant school, Beighton Nursery Infant, its secondary, Westfield as well as with other local and regional schools Headteacher – Richard Fairgreave (from Sept 2024)

Fox Hill

Fox Hill is a successful school (Ofsted Good - July 2019) in the north of Sheffield serving predominantly the Fox Hill estate. The school has approximately 57% of the cohort deemed disadvantaged pupils and also hosts an Integrated Resource base for 21 pupils with ‘complex and multiple’ special educational needs. The school was rehoused in a new building in 2015.

Fox Hill works closely with the local secondary school and is a graduated English Hub (Whiston Worrygoose) network school for early reading and phonics. Headteacher – Annali Crawford


Greenhill Primary is a highly effective school (Ofsted Good July 2022) serving the Greenhill village and Low Edges community in the south of the city. Since joining SCSP in February 2018, the school has made significant progress in raising the outcomes and progress for the pupils. SCSP are delighted that an IR for 12 children with SEMH/ASD opened on site in October 2022 and the previous pre-school provision, became a school-led nursery in April 2023. Headteacher – Scott Ellin

Lound Infant and Lound Junior

Operating on 2 sites, Lound Infant and Lound Junior, formally Lound Academy Trust, joined SCSP in September 2021. Both schools are Good (Infant November 2022 and Junior September 2022) and serve the Burncross / Chapeltown area. Lound works closely with the other SCSP and locality schools in the north of the city as well as with its feeder secondary Ecclesfield. Headteacher – Sarah Palmer


Mansel is a school with a real sense of community and inclusive culture (Ofsted Good- March 2023) in the north of the city serving the Parson Cross estate. Approximately 62% of the pupils are deemed to be disadvantaged yet despite this challenge, has recorded very strong outcomes. The school has benefited from strong leadership and governance. Mansel works closely with the neighbouring secondary school and is a graduated English Hub (Whiston Worrygoose) network school for early reading and phonics. Headteacher – Emily Matthews


Monteney (Ofsted Good – March 2023) serves the Parson Cross and Shiregreen estates in the north of the city. Approximately 30% of the pupils are deemed to be disadvantaged. Monteney works closely with a range of external partners including the feeder secondary school, as well as Learners First and Learn Sheffield. Monteney is a target English Hub (Whiston Worrygoose) network school for early reading and phonics. Headteacher – Nicola Osborne

Windmill Hill

Windmill Hill Primary (Ofsted Good – June 2022) joined SCSP in February 2018 after a period of time working in conjunction with the CEO. Windmill Hill serves the Burncross / Chapeltown area in north Sheffield. The biggest challenge facing the school is the condition of the building and in December 2022 the Trust were delighted to hear from the DfE that the school was going to be rebuilt under the schools rebuilding programme. The school has made an application to reduce pupil numbers (45) due to a fall in the local birth rate in September 2023. These are planned to increase back to 60 in 2027. Headteacher – Simon Plant


Woodseats Primary (Ofsted Good - March 2024) joined SCSP in September 2019 after a period of collaboration with Greenhill Primary. The school is housed within a Victorian building, and is based in the south of the city on the Chesterfield Road (A61). The school has approximately 33% of the pupils deemed to be disadvantaged yet recorded results in 2022 that were broadly line with national in all key stages. Headteacher – Jack Fellowes

I trust this flavour of SCSP excites you as much as it does us. We still have much to do across our schools, especially Bankwood, including ensuring standards are maintained and increased at all key stages. With the dedicated team and collaborative approach, we are well placed to build on our many strengths.

We have both permanent and temporary positions available. Please contact the school directly to arrange a visit.

Areas of Responsibility and Key Tasks

Planning, Teaching and Class Management

Teach allocated pupils by planning their teaching to achieve progression of learning through:

identifying clear teaching objectives and specifying how they will be taught and assessed;

setting tasks which challenge pupils and ensure high levels of interest;

setting appropriate and demanding expectations;

setting clear targets, building on prior attainment

identifying SEN or very able pupils;

providing clear structures for lessons maintaining pace, motivation and challenge;

maintaining discipline in accordance with the school's procedures and encouraging good practice with regard to punctuality, behaviour, standards of work and homework;

using a variety of teaching methods to: match approach to content, structure information, present a set of key ideas and use appropriate vocabulary

use effective questioning, listen carefully to pupils, give attention to errors and misconceptions

ensuring pupils acquire and consolidate knowledge, skills and understanding appropriate to the subject taught;

evaluating own teaching critically to improve effectiveness;

ensuring the effective and efficient deployment of classroom support

taking account of pupils' needs by providing structured learning opportunities which develop the areas of learning identified in national and local policies and particularly the foundations for literacy and numeracy;

encouraging pupils to think and talk about their learning, develop self control and independence, concentrate and persevere, and listen attentively;

using a variety of teaching strategies which involve planned adult intervention, first-hand experience and play and talk as a vehicle for learning.

Monitoring, Assessment, Recording, Reporting

assess how well learning objectives have been achieved and use them to improve specific aspects of teaching;

mark and monitor pupils' work and set targets for progress;

assess and record pupils' progress systematically and keep records to

check work is understood and completed, monitor strengths and weaknesses, inform planning and recognise the level at which the pupil is achieving;

prepare and present informative reports to parents.

Curriculum Development

contribute to team responsibility for a subject or aspect of the school's work and develop plans which identify clear targets and success criteria for its development and / or maintenance;

contribute to the whole school's development activities

attend whole staff meetings

consult with curriculum leaders

co-operate with the Headteacher and other teachers on the preparation and development of courses of study, teaching materials, teaching programmes, methods of teaching and assessment and pastoral arrangements.

Other Professional Requirements

establish and maintain effective working relationships with professional colleagues, acknowledging the need for mutual support

take responsibility for your own professional development

safeguard self from the destructive dangers of overwork and at all times seek to retain a healthy balance in your professional and personal life

be familiar with all school policies including child protection procedures, health and safety policies and current SEN codes of practice.

Whilst every effort has been made to explain the main duties and responsibilities of the post, each individual task undertaken may not be identified.

Employees will be expected to comply with any reasonable request from a manager to undertake work of a similar level that is not specified in this job description.

Commitment to safeguarding

Our organisation is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults. We expect all staff, volunteers and trustees to share this commitment.

Our recruitment process follows the keeping children safe in education guidance.

Offers of employment may be subject to the following checks (where relevant):
childcare disqualification
Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS)
online and social media
prohibition from teaching
right to work
satisfactory references
suitability to work with children

You must tell us about any unspent conviction, cautions, reprimands or warnings under the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 (Exceptions) Order 1975.

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About Brook House Junior

School type
Academy, ages 7 to 11
Education phase
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School size
336 pupils enrolled
Age range
7 to 11

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