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    18 February 2024 at 11:59pm

  • Date listed

    26 January 2024

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Key stage

Key stage 2

Working pattern

Contract type

Fixed term - August 2024

Full-time equivalent salary

Teacher Main Scale M3-M6 (£33,814 - £41,333 FTE)

Pay scale

M3 to M6

What skills and experience we're looking for

Overall Purpose

To inspire, motivate and enthuse pupils and, through this, enable them to make rapid and sustained progress in their learning.

To teach pupils with commitment and enthusiasm, working closely with the team to ensure an appropriately balanced, exciting, relevant and differentiated curriculum.

The post holder may be responsible for the supervision of the work of classroom assistants, relevant to their responsibilities.

Planning, Teaching and Classroom Management

§ Provide positive, memorable learning opportunities, following clearly identified objectives and linked to assessment criteria

§ Set tasks which challenge pupils and ensure high levels of interest;

§ Deliver lessons which maintaining pace, provide opportunities for discovery and challenge;

§ Make effective use of assessment and ensure coverage of programmes of study;

§ Encourage good practice with regard to punctuality, behaviour, standards of work and homework;

§ Use a variety of teaching methods to:

- Ensure effective 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

- select appropriate learning resources and develop study skills through the use of the library, I.C.T. and other sources;

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

  • Evaluate own teaching critically to improve effectiveness;
  • Ensure the effective and efficient deployment of classroom support;
  • Take 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;

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

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

§ Actively monitor and respond to national developments in the subject area, teaching practice and methodology;

§ Work collaboratively with other areas of the school and the other schools in our Partnership to develop cross-curricular links which support the school and promote achievement.

Monitoring, Assessment, Recording, Reporting

§ In line with agreed policies and procedures:

- 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, providing clear and regular feedback to encourage high levels of engagement and interest;

- 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;

- Undertake assessment of students as requested by examination bodies, departmental and school procedures;

- Provide information to parents about the achievements and progress of their child as required through parents’ evenings and reports.

§ As their careers progress, teachers will be expected to extend the depth and breadth of knowledge, skill and understanding that they demonstrate in meeting the Teachers’ Standards, as is judged to be appropriate to the role they are fulfilling and the context in which they are working.

§ Teachers are expected to perform at a level that is consistent with what should reasonably be expected at the relevant stage of their career (whether they are a early career teacher, a mid-career teacher, or a more experienced practitioner).

§ The duties assigned to the Teacher will therefore vary depending on the stage of their career, their personal strengths and interests, their career ambitions and the opportunities available within their School. Examples of additional responsibilities and expectations may include:

- lead responsibility for a subject or aspect of the school’s work, across the school

- managing finances

- managing staff

- undertaking appraisals

- working on a school wide area of the School Improvement Plan

Whilst every effort has been made to explain the main duties and responsibilities of the Teacher role, each individual task will not be identified. It is expected that all colleagues will endeavour to deliver any tasks identified as reasonable by the Headteacher.

Please see the job description for further details.

What the school offers its staff

Classroom Teacher (Year 5)

St Luke’s CE Primary School

Full Time: 32.43 hours Monday-Friday

Salary: Teacher Main Scale (M3 £33,814 – M6 £41,333 FTE)

There is potential for UPS for the right candidate

Starting: ASAP

Initially Fixed Term

At St Luke’s, we live by our vision of 'live life in all its fullness' which is rooted in the teachings of the bible. This particular passage being from John 10:10. This vision is lived out, throughout the school community, through our values of LOVE, COURAGE and HOPE. We believe that a child’s time in primary school should help shape them into positive role models whilst giving them the tools to be successful. We strive to foster a love of learning through a relevant, creative and personalised curriculum that is progressive and promotes mastery of key skills and concepts.

St Luke’s is unique as the school is based across two sites (infants and juniors) where all children are valued and supported. The staff work as one team across the sites, creating two learning communities, joined by one vision.

Having high expectations and aspirations for all children at our school, as well as providing enriching and stimulating opportunities for them, is what drives us forward in supporting them to reach their potential.

The school is part of Coastal Learning Partnership; a vibrant, collaborative Trust of twenty schools, working together around shared goals, values and aspirations.

We are looking for a teacher who can:

§ Inspire, motivate and enthuse pupils and, through this, enable them to make rapid and sustained progress in their learning.

§ Teach pupils with commitment and enthusiasm, working closely with the team to ensure an appropriately balanced, exciting, relevant and differentiated curriculum.

School visits are warmly encouraged; for more information about the role please contact the school on 01202 514396. Please visit the school website for further information about the school: https://stlukesbournemouth.co.uk/

Further details about the role

External Applications: Please send a completed application form to: recruitment@coastalpartnership.co.uk

Closing Date: We will start to shortlist on Monday 8th January 2024, and the advert will remain open until the position is filled.

Interviews: Interview date TBC due to advert remaining open.

To comply with our statutory safer recruitment practices and obligations, we are unable to shortlist incomplete applications. Please ensure you include a full employment and education history, details of two referees and explain any gaps in employment. CVs will not be accepted.

Coastal Learning Partnership is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and requires all staff and volunteers to share and demonstrate this commitment.

The successful candidate will be required to demonstrate that they meet the essential elements of the person specification and will be subject to pre-employment checks including a health check, online searches, Enhanced DBS check and satisfactory references.

CLP is committed to creating a diverse environment and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. All applicants who meet the person specification will receive equal consideration for employment. We value the fact that our schools are very different, as are our colleagues within them. Our culture is one in which colleagues serve and inspire each other in the spirit of professional generosity; colleagues are empowered to be themselves and to be their best. At CLP, everyone is welcome and encouraged to achieve and be heard.

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About St Luke's Church of England Primary School

School type
Academy, Church of England, ages 4 to 11
Education phase
View all Primaryjobs
School size
432 pupils enrolled
Age range
4 to 11
Phone number
01202 514396

St Luke’s CE Primary School is a large primary based over two closely situated sites in Bournemouth. There is a high level of interaction between the sites, creating two small learning communities, where every child knows they are valued. The school has a strong Christian identity and lives by the values Love, Courage and Hope. The school is part of Coastal Learning Partnership Multi Academy Trust; a vibrant, collaborative Trust of sixteen schools working together around shared goals, values and aspirations.

Arranging a visit to St Luke's Church of England Primary School

To arrange a visit and increase the chance of a successful application email recruitment@coastalpartnership.co.uk.

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