Are you interested in becoming part of a pioneering
Would you like to join the Cranbury College team and make your
contribution towards our journey to OUTSTANDING?
Do you want to work in an optimistic and motivating
environment, supported by effective leadership at all levels?
Do you have the resilience to work in a dynamic,
trauma-informed environment, with pupils that have social, emotional, academic
and mental health needs?
If so, we would be delighted to hear from you.
Our school is looking for an experienced, passionate educator to
fill the full-time role of Lead Primary Teacher based at our Primary site
(College Road). This is a challenging but very rewarding role
supporting some of the most vulnerable pupils in Reading. You will be
collaborating with a team of teachers, administrators, and parents to ensure
that our students receive the best education we can provide.
Key responsibilities include designing effective curriculums,
assessing lesson plans, implementing innovative teaching methods, and
supporting less experienced teachers in their various roles. To be successful
as a lead teacher, you should be someone with a deep understanding of what it
takes to teach students effectively. Top candidates will also be excellent
leaders and mentors, able to use their knowledge to raise fellow teachers up
and make lasting improvements to the school's educational processes. The
ability to make the role your own and build strong relationships is essential.
We are a multi-site organisation which includes our College Road Site –
Primary and Cranbury Road Site – Secondary. We have an Outreach Behaviour
Support Team, offer medical tuition and have a Hospital Teaching
Service based at Royal Berkshire Hospital.
Cranbury College is a Pupil Referral Unit and Alternative Education provision for young people in the Reading area. Our young people range from 5-16years old. We support learners recovering from the trauma of permanent exclusion, those that unintentionally exclude themselves from education and children who cannot access school for medical reasons. At Cranbury College, we believe in a therapeutic and trauma-informed approach to understanding behaviours in and out of the classroom. We believe in educational equity for all learners.
Further information about some of the staff
benefits that Maiden Erlegh Trust offers its employees, can be found on our
Maiden Erlegh Institute can help
support and develop you in line with your career aspirations. Our People
Development Curriculum provides professional development pathways for every
role within the Trust, both teaching and support staff.
Applicants are advised to apply as early as possible as we reserve the
right to close the advert and interview at any time.
We are an equal opportunities employer and are
committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children. The successful
candidate will be subject to an enhanced DBS check and successful references. We are very happy to
discuss flexible working arrangements including part-time working and
The Trust reserves the right to
interview and appoint before the closing date.
Erlegh Trust is committed to safeguarding, equality and promoting the welfare
of children and staff. We are also committed to being ambitious for all and
supporting everyone to reach their full potential. All employees of the Trust
are expected to share these commitments. All posts require satisfactory
employment checks and references and a satisfactory enhanced Disclosure and
Barring Service check. All Leadership roles will require a Section 128 check.
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