Teacher, Suitable for NQTs
Fixed term (One year)
MPS1 - MPS6
Are you enthusiastic and passionate about teaching and learning and want to become a valued member of a strong team?
If so come and see what we can offer at Sir Robert Geffery’s Primary School
We would like to appoint someone who is, or has the potential to become, an outstanding practitioner.
We can offer:
• Well motivated and enthusiastic children;
• An outstanding learning environment both inside and out
• Good CPD to suit the needs of the successful candidate;
• A team of hardworking and committed teaching and support staff;
• Very supportive parents and governors;
• High quality resources and ICT provision
We would like:
• Someone who has a passion for education and wants to make a difference
• A teacher who values and delivers an enriched rich creative curriculum
• Someone who can plan lessons inside and outside the classroom
Please state your curricular strengths and interests
Academy, Church of England
219 pupils enrolled
4 to 11
About Sir Robert Geffery's Voluntary Aided Church of England Primary School
Sir Robert Geffery's School - A school for enthusiasts where we 'live life in its fullness' (John 10.10) knowing that God is our strength and with His help we will be the best we can.
We are an 'Outstanding' stand alone academy, situated just outside the town of Saltash in South East Cornwall. As a successful Church of England school we work in partnership with the Truro Diocese.
The school has a long history and many traditions. In 2004 we celebrated our Tercentenary, having been founded in 1703 after a legacy from Sir Robert Geffery, who became Master of the Worshipful Company of Ironmongers. The Ironmongers are still fully involved in school life and form part of the governing body.
Sir Robert Geffery's is a busy and thriving learning community, with children at the heart.
In addition to the creative curriculum, we offer a wide range of extra curricular activities, residential visits and trips ensuring enjoyable learning experiences.
The school is fortunate to have a modern, spacious building which is well resourced with books, equipment and a wide range of ICT hardware. It also offers extensive grounds that includes a farm; with Polly the donkey, guinea pigs, chickens and often pigs. Outdoor learning is timetabled weekly, with Forest School sessions also being delivered.
Arranging a visit to Sir Robert Geffery's Voluntary Aided Church of England Primary School
Visits to the school can be arranged by contacting the School Office on 01752 851362