Teacher, Suitable for NQTs
Fixed term (12 months initially, with the prospect of being made permanent on completion of a successful induction year.)
MPS1 - UPS3
We are looking for a hard-working, enthusiastic, forward thinking teacher to join our friendly, positive team. The successful candidate will be an excellent practitioner, willing to share, learn and develop their practice.
We will provide:
•A supportive, collaborative staff team
•Excellent support from leadership
•Fabulous, friendly, enthusiastic children who know how to learn together and look after each other
•Quality opportunities for CPD
•The opportunity to be part of the development of a forward thinking, positive school culture
•A supportive positive appraisal process /NQT induction
•A well-planned quality curriculum
You need to:
•Be willing to work in any year group across key stage 2
•Be a hard-working, excellent practitioner who can contribute to our rising standards
•Be willing to learn new things and develop your practice
•Be creative and enthusiastic, able to inspire and motivate pupils and parents
•Be a collaborative, team member
•Have high expectations of pupil outcomes, learning attitudes and behaviour
•Have a good understanding of the development of reading skills
•Have good understanding of assessment for learning and the importance of feedback to accelerate progress
•Have a good understanding of how to support language development for our EAL learners
•Be able to support, and ensure progress for, our SEN children
Applying for the job
Please email completed application forms to Dawn Simpson, School Business Manager - email@example.com.
Please note we are requesting 3 referees because of the more unusual recruitment process we are having to hold. Please include your 3rd reference in the 'information in support of this application' section of the form. Ensure you provide an email address and phone number for all 3 referees which will be accessible during the lockdown period.
If you need these documents in an accessible format, please contact the school.
Local authority maintained school
532 pupils enrolled
3 to 11
About Moor Allerton Hall Primary School
Moor Allerton Hall is a happy, caring and creative community school who achieve good progress with pupils across a wide range of backgrounds and needs. We are a good school, who continue to make dynamic improvements. We are providing an excellent, well thought out curriculum alongside a nurturing supportive approach for all of our pupils and families. We have a positive, professional, happy team of staff who work well together and are brilliantly supported in their professional development by experienced and encouraging team leaders. All of this was recognised by a GOOD judgement from OFSTED in September 2019.
We are an inclusive school with a community as diverse as our excellent city. We celebrate the rich experience of our multicultural community and are proud to have the Leeds Primary Resource Provision for Deaf and Hearing-Impaired children as part of our school. We work hard to provide an inclusive approach and a nurturing atmosphere for all our families. As recognition of this, we were recently awarded Communication Friendly School Status.
Due to demand for school places in our area, we are in the process of expanding to 3 form entry and opened a new expansion building on site in September 2020.
Arranging a visit to Moor Allerton Hall Primary School
We strongly recommend that you visit our school website and facebook page to get a flavour of our school community. We are also holding Zoom information sessions on Thursday 1st April 2pm, Tuesday 20th April 10am or Thursday 22nd April 2pm. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to receive a zoom invite to an information session where you will have a chance to speak to the headteacher about the school and ask any questions you have about the role. Please let us know which date you want to join the information session.