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Fixed Term Contract - Reception Class Teacher Maternity Cover

Eastburn Junior and Infant School, Keighley, West Yorkshire, BD20 8UX

This job expired on 23 May 2022 – see similar jobs

  • Expected start date

    1 September 2022

  • Application deadline

    23 May 2022 at 9:00am

  • Date listed

    10 May 2022

Job details

Key stage

Early years

Working pattern

Contract type

Fixed term (Linked to a period of Maternity Cover)

Salary

Teachers Main Pay Scale M1 - M6 depending upon experience currently £25714 - £36961

Fixed Term Contract - Reception Class Teacher Maternity Cover job summary

The Governing Body of Eastburn Junior and Infant School are currently looking to appoint a Reception Class Teacher to join our dedicated staff team. Applicants must have the drive and commitment towards ensuring children achieve the highest outcomes. We welcome applications from ECT’s.

We are looking for an excellent practitioner who:
-demonstrates a strong desire to make a positive difference to children’s lives
-has high standards and expectations for themselves and others
-can be flexible and use their initiative
-can enable every child to achieve their full potential

We can offer you:
-enthusiastic children who are keen to succeed
-a forward-thinking school committed to continual improvement
-a supportive staff team, parents and community
-a clear commitment to your professional development

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Supporting documents

If you need these documents in an accessible format, please contact the school.

About Eastburn Junior and Infant School

School type
Local authority maintained school, ages 5 to 11
Education phase
View all Primaryjobs
School size
208 pupils enrolled
Age range
5 to 11

Background

Eastburn Junior and Infant School is a one-form entry primary school that sits at the edge of the Bradford Local Authority district close to the border with North Yorkshire (Skipton). The school has a current roll of 210 pupils, drawn largely from Eastburn and the surrounding villages.

The School was established in 1896 and we value greatly its strong community identity and heritage. Our journey over the last two years has reinforced the importance of sustaining strong links with families throughout our community, and in proactively seeking parental / carer involvement and feedback. Despite the challenges posed by the COVID pandemic, we believe that the School has succeeded in deepening its community contribution over the last two years. We fully intend to build on this going forward.

At Eastburn, the idea of “life-long learning” sits at the heart of our approach to education. We believe it is essential that all pupils build the knowledge, skills, attitudes, behaviours and personal confidence to help them succeed at whatever they do, now and in the long-term. We are committed to giving all of our pupils the help and support they need to fulfil their potential.

We take it as read that our broad curriculum fully integrates stretching academic expectations with effective spiritual, social and cultural development priorities. Our strong inclusion approach means that we can address individual learning needs, thereby allowing all pupils to grow and thrive. We take our safeguarding responsibilities very seriously and fully recognise that pupils learn best when they feel safe.

We listen carefully to feedback from all our stakeholders: pupils, parents/carers, the Local Authority, colleagues. We are very proud of the fact that those who visit us routinely say that School is warm and welcoming and that pupils are engaged and enthusiastic. We hope you’ll feel the same when you meet us.

Our Vision

At Eastburn Junior and Infant School, we create a culture in which every child is nurtured to become a powerful life-long learner. Our pupils develop resilience, seize opportunities and enjoy new challenges in order to achieve their full potential.

In creating our vision, we have worked alongside staff, governors, parents and children to create a statement that we think reflects our aims for the school. We return to this vision regularly to ensure that it underpins everything we do in school and reflects what we want to achieve for our pupils.
Our school is a proud believer in 'Building Learning Power' and uses this approach to support our pupils to become independent learners who show high levels of resilience in the face of challenge. We work hard to provide our pupils with a strong foundation, so that they are able to tackle the next stage in their education with confidence.

Arranging a visit to Eastburn Junior and Infant School

If you wish to discuss this role further, please feel free to contact the school on 01535 653293. Visits to the school are also welcomed; please contact the School Business Manager (Mrs Heather Toner) to make an appointment.

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