Maths Leader and Class teacher

Raddlebarn Primary School, Birmingham, West Midlands

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Job details

Job role Teacher, Leadership
Subject Mathematics
Working pattern Full-time only
Salary MPS/UPS

Job summary

Maths Subject Leader and Class Teacher

Salary Grade Range: MPS/UPR Plus TLR 2

Hours: Full Time

Contract: Fixed Term with a view to being made Permanent

Start Date: September 2020

Raddlebarn Primary School is a popular school with ‘good’ Ofsted rating (2018) and an emphasis on participation in music, arts and sport.

We are looking for an enthusiastic and dedicated Class Teacher and Maths Leader who can join us on our quest to take our teaching and learning to even greater heights. Raddlebarn Primary School is a successful school with an emphasis on participation in music, arts and sport.

You will be:

• An excellent classroom practitioner with strong knowledge and skills in Maths

• A positive role model who inspires a love of learning in pupils and staff

• A reflective practitioner who is always looking to develop your leadership and teaching skills

• A professional who is dedicated to achieving the best for all children in a diverse community

We can offer you:

• Children who are self-motivated, eager to try new experiences and proud of their school.

• An enthusiastic, supportive staff team who have high expectations of themselves and the children.

• A vibrant, diverse and friendly community

• Opportunities for professional development

Visits to the school are strongly encouraged but at this time can be a little tricky, we may be able to arrange a tour but it will be without children onsite. Please contact our School Business Manager, on 01214720062 or email s.paton@radlbarn.bham.sch.uk for an appointment. To apply, please go to www.raddlebarn.co.uk and follow the about or school link to the vacancies section.


Deadline: Tuesday 26th May 2020 at 9am

Interviews: Thursday 27th May

Raddlebarn School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people, and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. An enhanced DBS (Disclosure and Barring Service) with barred list check is required for all successful applicants.

Employee benefits

TLR 2

Supporting documents

School overview

School type LA Maintained School
Education phase Primary
School size 422 pupils enrolled
Age range 3 to 11
Ofsted report View Ofsted report
Website Raddlebarn Primary School website (opens in a new window)
Contact email s.paton@radlbarn.bham.sch.uk

About Raddlebarn Primary School

On behalf of the pupils, parents, staff and governors, welcome to Raddlebarn Primary School. Most of the information you need can be found on our school website - www.raddlebarn.co.uk You can find out times and dates for events on our calendar , you can read what’s happening in our newsletters, and find all the policies. You can also read about some of the exciting things we’ve been up to recently!
At Raddlebarn Primary School children's mental health, well-being and education is of vital importance to us. We pride ourselves on being a real learning community: working in an atmosphere of care, trust and respect, where staff and children feel nurtured, valued and supported by one another.

Raddlebarn Primary School is a popular two form entry school in Selly Oak. Our mission statement is our school’s main aim: ‘Success for All’. We are a fully inclusive school where all the children achieve. In our school ‘it is alright to be different’ and ‘there are no outsiders.’ This is achieved through the fundamental British Values of respect and tolerance, democracy, individual liberty and rule of law. We celebrate and recognise all children’s talents, both within and beyond our school and these are reflected in our shared values and vision.

We provide a wide range of opportunities and learning challenges for all children, whatever their abilities. We encourage children to value their own achievements, both personal and academic and to celebrate the success of others. We help children to improve their skills and abilities with determination, persistence and to be prepared to work to the best of their abilities both alone and in co-operation with others.

As a school, we pride ourselves on the professional development we offer our staff, which has a direct and positive impact on our pupils’ learning. We are extremely proud to be a Rights Respecting School and a Music Quality Mark school, with an active orchestra and school choirs. Our children enjoy access to a wide variety of sporting opportunities through the curriculum and in many out of hours school clubs. Our children take part in a broad range of sporting events and competitions between local schools too. We also offer a range of after school clubs for all ages.

We have a well-established partnership with schools in the Kings Norton consortium, and are currently developing international links with primary schools around the world. This enables us to provide an enriched and exciting curriculum for our pupils through the teaching and learning opportunities this brings.

Our older pupils have the opportunity to attend residential visits each year, this year it will be to the Frank Chapman Centre, in Bewdley. During the year, all classes have the opportunity to attend educational visits which are planned to enrich the curriculum and provide valuable learning experiences.

Our school community are fortunate to be so well supported by the Friends of Raddlebarn, our parents and teachers association. They are fully involved in the life of the school and provide our children with exciting, fun opportunities which enriches their learning. They run fundraising events for the school and support a range of very worthwhile charities.

Our governing body play an active, leading role in the strategic direction of the school and guiding the decisions that are made. They are fully committed to ensuring our children receive the best education through the opportunities, resources and experiences we provide. They play a vital role in the life of the school.

School location

Gristhorpe Road, Birmingham, West Midlands, B29 7TD