• To deliver consistently good or better teaching and learning and ensure that pupils achieve excellent results.
• Plan, resource and deliver lessons to a high standard that ensures real learning takes place and pupils make excellent progress.
• Provide a classroom and school environment that helps all pupils to develop as effective learners.
• Maintain good or better behaviour in own classroom and across the whole school.
• Contribute to the effective working of the school.
Teaching & Learning:
• Teach engaging & effective lessons that motivate and inspire and improve pupil learning outcomes & support strong progress.
• Use regular assessments to monitor individual pupil progress.
• Respond to the outcomes of above (assessments) and action further support or challenge for individual pupils.
• Ensure that all pupils reach age expected standards, or if ‘well below’ ensure that individual pupil’s progress is rapid and sustained.
• Maintain regular and productive communication with parents, to report on progress, share successes and any concerns (in line with school policies).
• Value & respect the views and needs of children and young people.
• Have an up-to-date knowledge of relevant legislation and guidance in relation to working with, and the protection of, children and young people.
• Display commitment to the protection and safeguarding of children and young people.
• Work within organisational policies and procedures.
The post holder will share the school’s commitment to safeguard, and promote the welfare of, the children in our care.
• To be fully aware of and understand the duties and responsibilities arising from the Children’s Act 2004 and Keeping Children Safe in Education (part One) September 2021 update, in relation to child protection and safeguarding children and young people as this applies to the worker’s role within the organisation.
• To also be fully aware of the principles of safeguarding as they apply to vulnerable adults in relation to the worker’s role.
• To ensure that school’s procedures regarding the sharing and reporting of safeguarding concerns are always adhered to robustly.
• Help create a strong school community, characterised by consistent, orderly behaviour and caring respectful relationships.
• Help develop a primary school culture and ethos that is utterly commitment to achievement.
• Undertake other various responsibilities as directed by the head teacher.
Subject TLR may be available
Applying for the job
CVs will not be accepted. Please complete the Wandsworth class teacher application form and return this to firstname.lastname@example.org before midday on Monday 20th April.
If you need these documents in an accessible format, please contact the school.
Local authority maintained school
226 pupils enrolled
2 to 11
About Falconbrook Primary School
Vision and Values
Respect – Care – Aspire
We want Falconbrook to provide a caring, safe and inclusive environment which supports creativity and encourages the aspirations of our children and our community.
We want our children, our staff and our communities to develop and achieve – constantly learning, reflecting and innovating so that we are delivering our best, and our best keeps getting better.
• Respect, so that our children, our families and our staff feel safe and welcome.
• Equality, so that differences are embraced, and everyone is included and celebrated.
• Kindness, so that Falconbrook is a place where everyone feels safe, nurtured and happy and enjoy making others feel the same way too.
• Honesty, so that our children know the importance of being trustworthy, reliable and fair.
• Responsibility, so that our children demonstrate the right learning and social behaviours, and make a positive contribution to their families, community and society.
• Determination, so that everyone thinks with a growth mind-set and doesn’t give up even when things get hard.
Arranging a visit to Falconbrook Primary School
Please call 020 7228 7706 and leave your details so we can phone you back to arrange a school visit during term time.