- Job role
- Working pattern
- Job share
0.5 - two and a half days per week
- Contract type
- Fixed term (Start date - 1st January 2022, end date - 31st August 2023, job share, part time, 0.5)
- MPS2 - £27,600 (FTE)
Class Teacher – part time job share, 2 and a half days per week (0.5), fixed term contract to August 2023
Main purpose of the Role:
• Be responsible for the welfare, development and education of children
• Contribute to the development of our caring inclusive school and community, where there is equality of opportunity regardless of race, culture, gender or disability
• Build partnerships with our families to support the development, progress and attainment of their children
• Work effectively alongside other professionals in an open and caring manner
• Maintain the positive ethos and core values of our school, both inside and outside the classroom
• Develop own professionalism to ensure all Teacher Standards are met to a high standard
• Lead high quality learning in the school as part of a wider staff team, working independently when the Headteacher is off site
• Ensure that planning, preparation, observation, assessment and reporting systems meet requirements and record children’s learning needs and achievements
• Have high expectations of all children and work to make sure no child is left behind due to disadvantage
• Make appropriate educational provision for all children with support from the SEND Co-ordinator and other specialist advisors
• Maintain appropriate records and provide accurate information on pupil progress and other relevant matters as required by the school
• Support children in becoming sociable, well behaved members of our school community, in accordance with the school’s behaviour policy
• Develop a Key person role which fosters each child’s attachment and self-esteem and establishes relationships with their families which are based on warmth and mutual respect
• Create an enticing, stimulating and exciting learning environment inside and outside, responsive to children’s learning needs, by arranging for resources, equipment and materials to be available in such a way that they are easily accessible and will encourage the children to become independent learners and creative thinkers
• Work proactively to engage families in their child’s learning, establishing excellent relationships between school and home, to promote the best possible progress and outcomes for each child
• Communicate and liaise with staff at all levels as required and manage other adults or volunteers both in liaison with, and independently of the Headteacher.
• Work with all staff to ensure all aspects of Statutory Welfare requirements are fully met
• Attend and participate in meetings which relate to the school’s management, curriculum, administration or organisation
• Alongside the other teachers and Head Teacher be responsible for developing and refining the curriculum
• Ensure that the school’s policies and procedures are promoted in everyday practice
• Join in with appraisal procedures and use this to develop personal and professional effectiveness
• Contribute and engage positively with continuous professional development
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- School type
- Academy, ages 3 to 11
- Education phase
- School size
- 142 pupils enrolled
- Age range
- 3 to 11
About Springhill Primary Academy
Letter from Nikita Silvester-Grant, Headteacher, Springhill Primary Academy
Springhill Primary Academy is a one form entry school located in Burntwood. The school opened as a new academy in January 2014. There are eight classes in school, from Nursery to Year 6.
Our school is a happy, thriving school that is proud to be part of our local community. We like to think of Springhill as a family that embraces everyone in its community, from pupils and staff to governors, parents and carers. As a school, we live and breathe our school motto: ‘Reach High, Learn Together’. This message underpins everything that we do, be that in the classroom, on the sports field or in the wider school community.
Our bespoke, creative ‘mini-mission’ curriculum enriches children’s learning experiences and ensures that a love of learning is fostered in every child, in every classroom, every day. It is delivered through a wealth of relevant, real-life problem-solving opportunities where connections are made between subjects. Our lively curriculum is designed to be varied and engaging and as a result, children are absorbed in their learning, actively seeking ways to overcome any obstacles that they meet.
Springhill pupils are resilient: they relish a challenge and use mistakes as further opportunities to learn. They are encouraged to become independent, autonomous and confident learners who take every opportunity to be the best that they can be.
Every member of the Springhill team believes passionately in the importance of learning in a caring and nurturing environment so that all children develop and achieve their best as valued members of the school family. We strive to ensure that every child fulfils their potential in all areas of school life and look forward to welcoming you to our happy school.
We are looking for creative, dedicated individuals who share our passion, vision and ethos to ensure we offer a first-class educational experience for our children. We welcome professionals who can help to continually shape our school community and our curriculum, and ‘go the extra mile’ in order to ensure that Springhill Primary Academy remains a thriving provider of outstanding educational experience and achievement for all our pupils.
Nikita Silvester-Grant, Head Teacher, Springhill Primary Academy
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