- Job role
Suitable for early career teachers
- Key stage
- Working pattern
- Full time
- Contract type
- Fixed term (Spring and Summer 2022)
- M1 - M6
The Governors of Little Bollington CE Primary School wish to appoint an enthusiastic, inspirational and creative Lower Key Stage 2 teacher who can deliver exciting learning experiences across the whole curriculum. The person appointed will have demonstrated they can promote a love of learning and high expectations within a nurturing and inclusive environment. The candidate must be committed to promoting pupil wellbeing and be able to ensure that every child feels loved, cared for and valued so that they are able to achieve their very best.
Successful applicants will be flexible, adaptable and have an excellent knowledge of the curriculum. They will be joining a relatively small, hardworking, supportive school team, working alongside two other KS2 colleagues. They must be able to demonstrate that they can establish good relationships with children, parents and our wider church/school community. We have high expectations for everyone in our school and the person appointed will be expected to play a full part in the continual improvement of all aspects of school life and be fully supportive of our Christian ethos.
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- School type
- Academy, Church of England, ages 4 to 11
- Education phase
- School size
- 105 pupils enrolled
- Age range
- 4 to 11
About Little Bollington CofE Primary School
Little Bollington is a small, family orientated, primary school of around one hundred pupils. It is situated very near to Dunham Massey house and grounds and is on the banks of the Leeds Liverpool Canal, and is served by Holy Trinity Church, next door. Little Bollington joined the Chester Diocese Academy Trust family in May 2020 as a converter academy. The school has an attractive, rural setting and children benefit from well-maintained and developing facilities which include recent additions such as a new Year 6 classroom and a ‘daily mile’ track. The school is the fifth of CDAT schools to have a current SIAMS grade of ‘outstanding’, while its last Ofsted inspection led to a ‘good’ judgement. Published data shows that, by the time they leave Year 6, pupils’ progress in reading, writing and maths is consistently at least as strong as that in other schools nationally.