City Academy Norwich seeks an aspiring and experienced Primary Teacher
to take a leading role within our secondary nurture provision. The team plays a
key role in supporting “Every Teacher as a Teacher of SEND”, facilitating SEND
provision within the school and providing learners with highly personalised
support to ensure success in all aspects of development.
We are looking for:
- An exceptional classroom practitioner.
- A strategic thinker with a vision for
the subject(s) and the drive and stamina to enthuse all stakeholders and build
on current successes.
- A person committed to the highest
standard of achievement for all students.
- A person who can gain and maintain the
confidence and respect of colleagues, students, parents, governors, trustees
and trust officers.
- A clear understanding of what excellent
curriculum design and teaching in their subject area (s) looks like.
- The ability to work with clear and
measurable objectives to provide year on year improvement.
- A clear commitment to the school's and
trust’s vision and ethos.
And can demonstrate:
- Enthusiasm, energy and a positive
While possessing the following skills and
- In-depth knowledge of the subject
area(s) and recent developments.
- Strong analytical skills with the
ability to reach balanced judgements when decision-making.
- The achievement of strong, productive
partnerships between students, parents, staff, governors, the trust and the
● An ability to be creative in how he/she encourages students to learn
and be willing to share ‘best practice’.
City Academy Norwich
is a dynamic, nurturing learning community with the highest expectations and
aspirations for our students and staff. We strive to ensure that every child,
irrespective of their starting point, receives an excellent education enabling
them to become the best version of themselves. We are committed to
ensuring all our students succeed and embrace the opportunities and experiences
available to them.
opportunity is offered as part of our plan to further develop our SEND
provision which supports students with a wide variety of needs. The Nurture
Provision aims to enable our learners to narrow the gaps in the early stages of
literacy and numeracy combined with a broad range of targeted interventions to
address the full spectrum of needs for the individual.
At the core of
our nurture provision is a relentless drive to provide a personalised learning
experience which enables each individual to make rapid progress in every area
of their development from their individual starting point (regardless of their
Provision is a teacher-led provision which supports students to bridge the gap
between primary and secondary education. The nurture provision is solely for
specifically identified students, providing both a safe and structured
environment to ensure students are given the individualised support they need
at this hugely significant transition point.
The Trust is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, therefore all applicants must be prepared to undergo a number of checks to confirm their suitability to work with children and young people. The Trust welcomes applications from all sectors of the community. In accordance with the Department of Education’s “Keeping Children Safe in Education”, references will be sought on all short-listed candidates before interview.
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