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  • Start date details

    September 2024

  • Closing date

    1 March 2024 at 11:59pm

  • Date listed

    5 February 2024

Job details

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Visas cannot be sponsored

Key stage

Key stage 1

Working pattern

Contract type

Permanent

Full-time equivalent salary

£31,350.00 - £42,689.00 Annually (FTE)

Class Teacher - Full time. Required for September 2024 job summary

Planning and Assessment:

1. To plan an exciting and varied curriculum and ensure all pupils including those with identified needs are planned for to make maximum progress

2. To ensure differentiation for pupils in all areas and that there are equal opportunities and access for all pupils to a broad and balanced curriculum using the school’s curriculum plans.

3. To set, write and share IEP targets for those children who require them at least termly

4. To ensure planning is shared with SLT / other teachers / support staff as appropriate, to ensure continuity takes place for pupils in the class and across the appropriate year group and key stage

5. To implement the school’s agreed assessment procedures. To utilise Arbor to record and monitor individual pupil’s progress. Write reports and meet with parents termly

Classroom management:

1. To plan and organise a stimulating and productive environment where all pupils can access resources and materials appropriately, where children develop their core skills, school values and school ethos

2. To maintain positive behaviour patterns based on praise; reward good behaviour and manage poor behaviour in accordance with the school’s behaviour policy

3. To deliver varied learning activities including enrichment and extension tasks to maintain the pace of and engagement in learning

4. To provide equality of opportunity for all learners

Learning & Teaching:

1. To provide Quality First Teaching (QFT) and learning experiences for all pupils, ensuring that the quality of education provided is at least ‘good’ over time

2. To follow the school’s approach to the curriculum

3. To ensure that learning is promoted positively and consistently

Curriculum Knowledge:

1. To support colleagues where possible in areas of relevant expertise through degree knowledge and further training

2. To keep up to date with subject knowledge, and share knowledge and expertise with colleagues as appropriate

3. To lead a curriculum subject/s as dictated by experience

Pastoral Care:

1. To provide emotional and pastoral support for all children in the class and be aware of health & safety in the classroom and school

2. To be familiar with all necessary risk assessments as appropriate and be particularly aware of H&S implications in areas such as PE, Science and DT

Professional Duties:

1. To support school initiatives as identified in the School Development Plan, in particular to raise standards and maximise all children’s progress and attainment

2. To set and agree targets based on prior attainment, for pupils learning

3. To be accountable to the SLT for progress against agreed targets

4. Keep appropriate and efficient records, integrating formative and summative assessments into termly and weekly planning

5. Report to parents on the development, progress and attainment of pupils as requested by the SLT

6. Participate in meetings and CPD that relate to the school’s management, development, curriculum, administration or organisation

7. To support other subject leads within the school in order to meet school development priorities

8. Communicate and co-operate with colleagues in school, Trust and specialists from external agencies

9. Lead, organise, communicate and direct learning support staff within the classroom to impact upon pupil provision and outcomes

10. Participate in the appraisal system for the appraisal of their performance or that of other teachers / support staff

To actively model the ethos, aims and values of the school

Commitment to safeguarding

The Good Shepherd Trust is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. We ensure that all our recruitment and employment practices reflect this commitment.

The safety and wellbeing of every child in the care of Farnborough Grange Nursery and Infant School is our absolute priority. We expect all of our staff, pupils, parents, local committee members, Trustee Directors, visitors, contractors and third party professionals to share this view. The safeguarding and protection of children is everyone’s responsibility.

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About Farnborough Grange Nursery & Infant Community School

School type
Academy, ages 2 to 7
Education phase
View all Primaryjobs
School size
223 pupils enrolled
Age range
2 to 7

On behalf of the Trust, local governing committee and staff team, I would like to extend a very warm welcome to Farnborough Grange Nursery / Infant School, where we are committed to giving children the skills, knowledge and confidence they need to succeed in later life.

We are a Church of England affiliated academy based in North Hampshire, part of The Good Shepherd Trust family, for children from 4 to 7 years old.. We also have a nursery which welcomes children from 2 years old.

At the heart of everything that we do are the children. The years they spend with us are an extremely precious time of enormous growth and change. We seek to make every opportunity a learning experience and harness the value out of every moment of every day. You will see from much of the content of this website, how central the children are and what fantastic ambassadors they are for the younger generation. As a school community, we are proud to provide a happy, positive environment where the children have the aspiration and self-belief to achieve their goals, whatever they may be.

Although learning is our core purpose, so is friendship, challenge, exploration and collaboration. It is our role to ensure that every child who passes through our school, has the nursery and infant school experience that they richly deserve.

We know that every child has the capacity for success and we have tailored our enquiry-based curriculum to enable our children to learn about the world around them, trying a wide variety of experiences and discovering and succeeding in their own talents and passions.

This website aims to give you a taste of the school, as well as providing regularly updated information for both pupils and parents. You can view our virtual school tour here.

We hope that you enjoy your visit to our website and that you get a taste of our whole-school ethos. If you would like to see the school in session, or if you have any queries, please contact the school office.

Thank you for visiting!

Mrs Cave - Head Teacher

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