Main duties and responsibilities
- To create and manage a caring, supportive,
purposeful and stimulating environment which is conducive to children’s
learning in KS2.
- To plan and prepare the provision and
delivery of an KS2 Curriculum.
- To identify clear teaching and learning opportunities,
with appropriate challenge and high expectations.
- To maintain good order and discipline among
the pupils, safeguarding their health and safety.
- To plan for the learning of the whole
class, groups or individual pupils ensuring the learning meets the child’s
- To plan opportunities to develop the
social, moral, spiritual, emotional and cultural aspects of pupils’
- To maintain a regular system of observation,
monitoring, assessment, recording and reporting of children’s progress and
- To ensure effective deployment of support
staff within the classroom, including volunteers.
- To participate in staff meetings.
- To contribute to the development and
co-ordination of a particular area of the curriculum as a subject lead
- To play a part in the whole school team,
actively involved in decision-making on the preparation and development of
policies and programmes of study, teaching materials, resources, methods
of teaching and pastoral arrangements.
- To ensure that school policies are
reflected in daily practice.
- To communicate and consult with parents on
all aspects of their child’s progress
- To liaise with the SENDco and outside
agencies when appropriate eg. Educational Psychologist, SaLT, CAHMS
- To continue professional development,
maintaining a portfolio of training undertaken and share with colleagues
- To meet with parents regularly across the
school year to feedback progress.
- To support the Headteacher in promoting
the vision, values and ethos of Wrenbury School.
- Promote the emotional and physical
wellbeing of children and to support the school in safeguarding
children though relevant policies.
- Promote equality as an integral part of the
role and to treat everyone with fairness.
The Governors of Wrenbury Primary School are offering an
exciting opportunity for the right candidate to join a happy, friendly, small
rural school where ‘we all matter’ and where the curriculum is as exciting for
the children as it is for those who design and deliver it. The health and
happiness of our children, staff, families and our local community are at the
heart of what we do and we endeavour to give every child a sense of self, a
sense of place and sense of belonging.
Our children deserve a role model who
will inspire them and help them to realise their full potential both personally
and academically. If you are passionate about the whole curriculum, how it is
planned, delivered and threaded through each child’s learning journey and enjoy
working within a truly collaborative team then we are the school for you.
The successful candidate will have a love of learning and
literature, is able to carefully plan cross- curricula, purposeful learning
which helps to trigger the children’s curiosity and broaden their horizons.
are looking for someone who is open, honest, an excellent communicator and
someone who has a positive, ‘can do’ attitude when met with new challenges. Are you the person who will go the extra mile
to make a difference for the children at Wrenbury?
We offer you friendly, caring and happy children who are
eager to learn; supportive, enthusiastic staff who genuinely enjoy working as
part of the Wrenbury Team and supportive parents.
- To carry out professional duties and to have responsibility for an assigned class or age group.
- To be responsible for the day-to-day teaching and learning and management of an assigned class or age group;
- To be responsible for the health, safety, behaviour and welfare of the pupils during on-site and off-site activities.
- To promote the vision, aims and objectives of the school, maintaining its philosophy of education and its ethos, ‘We all matter’
Please note: This position is a Fixed Term Contract until 31/08/24 with a view to becoming Permanent thereafter.
An opportunity to visit the school is available on Wednesday
22nd November or Tuesday 28th November at 4.15pm. Please email email@example.com
or telephone 01270260656 to register your interest.
Closing date: Wednesday 6th December at 12pm.
Shortlisted candidates will be informed and invited to interview on Wednesday
13th December to demonstrate their teaching ability followed by a
Our school community places the highest priority on keeping our children safe and is committed to safeguarding children, therefore the successful candidate will be subject to stringent vetting procedures including an enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service Check (DBS) before appointment is confirmed.
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