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- Early years, Key stage 1
- Teachers Main Pay Scale
What skills and experience we're looking for
The successful candidate will
carry out the duties of the Teacher in accordance with the Teachers
Pay and Conditions Document.
Key Tasks and Responsibilities
- To implement and deliver an appropriately broad, balanced, relevant
and differentiated curriculum for pupils, incorporating the National
Curriculum requirements and in line with the curriculum policies of the
- To facilitate, support and monitor the overall progress and
development of all the pupils.
- To foster a stimulating and creative learning environment and
educational experience, which provides students with the opportunity
to fulfil their individual potential, and is conducive to the good
management of teaching and learning.
- To share in the development of the school curriculum, courses and
study, teaching materials, teaching programmes, methods of teaching
and assessment and their review.
- To support and contribute to the school’s responsibility for
safeguarding children and have high regard for health and safety.
- Directing and supervising the work of Teaching Assistants.
- Co-operation and liaison with other professionals, including fellow staff
and colleagues from external agencies (for example, Specialist
teachers, LAAT support services, health professionals and social
- Teach pupils in their assigned group according to their educational
needs, including the setting and marking of work to be carried out by
the students in school.
- To assess, record and report on the attendance, progress,
development and attainment of all pupils and keep such records as
are required by the school’s systems.
- To ensure a high-quality learning experience for pupils, which meets
internal and external quality standards.
- To use a variety of a delivery methods appropriate to students’ learning
styles and the varying demands of the curriculum.
- To provide a positive, conductive and safe learning environment,
encouraging high standards in punctuality, presentation of work and
- To support the school special needs policy on inclusion and to assist
in the identification and teaching of children with special needs within
- To set high expectations for pupils’ behaviour and maintain a good
standard of discipline through well focused teaching, fostering positive
relationships and implementing the school’s behaviour policy.
- To play a full part in the life of the school and LAAT community, and
promote its Christian ethos.
- To follow and actively promote the school’s policies.
The duties and responsibilities in this job description are not exhaustive.
The postholder may be required to undertake other duties that may be
required from time to time within the general scope of the post. Any such
duties should not substantially change the general character of the post.
Duties and responsibilities outside of the general scope of this grade of
post will be with the consent of the postholder.
The postholder is required to carry out the duties in accordance with LAAT
Equal Opportunities policies.
The postholder is required to carry out the duties in accordance with the
LAAT Health and Safety policies and procedures.
All employees need to be aware of the possible abuse of children and
vulnerable adults and if you are concerned you need to follow the
Academies’ Safeguarding Policy. In addition, employees working with
children have a responsibility to safeguard and promote the welfare of
during the course of their work
What the school offers its staff
St Wulfram’s National Church of England Primary School, we value every
individual with their own distinctive characters, gifts and abilities. We have at the
heart of our work the belief that all children are loved by God and are
intrinsically unique. We understand that children learn best when they are safe
and happy, and we do our best to promote this. As we learn together in a
supportive and nurturing school, we will thrive and be ready to face the
challenges of life.
Our school motto is “Aim high believe, fly high achieve”. Working together with
parents and carers, we support and promote the spiritual, moral, social, cultural,
physical and academic development of all in the school community. We actively
encourage this through our Christian and British values, ensuring that everyone
feels empowered to make a positive contribution towards a greater future; to be
agents of change.
Please contact St Wulfram’s National Church of England Primary School
for an informal discussion on 01476 563895 or by email
Completed application forms should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org
Commitment to safeguarding
In line with Keeping Children Safe in Education 2023, please be advised that if shortlisted, we will carry out internet searches to support our commitment to safer recruitment. Please note that the purpose of this is to identify any incidents or issues that have happened, and are publicly available online, which the school might want to explore with applicants at interview. Internet searches will be carried out by someone who is not directly involved in the recruitment process and only relevant information will be shared with the interview panel.
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About St Wulfram's National Church of England Primary School
- School type
- Academy, Church of England, ages 4 to 11
- School size
- 275 pupils enrolled
- Age range
- 4 to 11
St Wulfram’s National C of E Primary School is a part of the Lincoln Anglican Academy Trust (LAAT). LAAT is a multi-academy trust formed by the Diocese of Lincoln. We are a growing and thriving family of schools who are dedicated to providing an excellent education for pupils across Lincolnshire. We place a strong emphasis on continued development. The relationship with the Trust brings great strength to all schools and enhances CPD opportunities for all staff.
Our school is one where everyone is valued and encouraged to take an active role in our school community. We believe positive role models and strong, supportive relationships help children feel safe and secure enough to take the risks necessary to learn. The skills, knowledge and dedication of all of our staff and community volunteers help to enthuse and motivate our children to achieve their very best and we provide a varied and exciting curriculum tailored to the needs and the interests of the children.
We ensure they are safe and able to flourish within our nurturing Christian ethos based on distinctive Christian values of Kindness, Love, Respect, Honesty, Forgiveness and Perseverance.
Our children are inspired by rich and exciting learning opportunities and encouraged to grow, physically, spiritually and emotionally through the experiences they have and the choices they make.
This contract is to cover a period of maternity leave, until around November 2024.
The successful candidate will need to have good communication and interpersonal skills, high expectations and a real commitment to achieving the very highest of standards.
Applications are welcomed from candidates who can demonstrate that they:
• Have high aspirations for and high expectations of children.
• Are an excellent and enthusiastic classroom practitioner.
• Have a strong work ethic and a willingness to strive for the best in achieving an outstanding setting.
• Have a positive attitude and can actively contribute to the development of a dedicated and professional staff team.
• Share the schools aims and Christian values.
• Have a caring and positive attitude.
• Have Key Stage Two experience and can demonstrate the impact of this.
• Have a proven track record of ensuring improvements and impact when leading and delivering core subject areas.
• Have the ambition and drive to develop their skills and support the leadership team.
In return we can offer you the opportunity to be part of our happy, successful, and ambitious school. We have an excellent staff team, wonderful children, and a supportive school community.
Visits to our school are warmly welcomed and encouraged, please email email@example.com to book.
Please contact Gareth Smith, Executive Headteacher for an informal discussion on 01476 563895 or by email firstname.lastname@example.org
Completed application forms should be sent to Rachel Bishop, Business and Operations Partner by email email@example.com
In line with Keeping Children Safe in Education 2022, please be advised that if shortlisted, we will carry out internet searches to support our commitment to safer recruitment. Please note that the purpose of this is to identify any incidents or issues that have happened, and are publicly available online, which the school might want to explore with applicants at interview. Internet searches will be carried out by someone who is not directly involved in the recruitment process and only relevant information will be shared with the interview panel.
Arranging a visit to St Wulfram's National Church of England Primary School
To arrange a visit and increase the chance of a successful application email firstname.lastname@example.org.