- GCSE levels A-C in literacy and numeracy, or the
Willingness to gain a first aid qualification
- Experience of working with young children
- Experience of covering whole classes
- Demonstrable levels of numeracy & literacy
equivalent to GCSE (A-C) or NVQ Level 2 (or by test).
- Training in relevant learning strategies e.g.
A minimum of two years’ experience of working
- Ability to assist children on an individual
basis, in small groups and through whole class work Clearly explain tasks and
foster children’s independence.
- Can successfully supervise children, modelling
defined behaviour management policies Ability to work with guidance, but under
- Liaise and communicate effectively with others.
- Demonstrate good organisational skills
- Possess good written and verbal communication
- Effective oral and written communication skills.
Excellent interpersonal skills both in working relationship with young pupils
and informing effective professional relationships with a wide range of
Good organisational and time management skills.
Sound IT skills to support learning and maintain electronic information
- Knowledge of the requirements of the national literacy
and numeracy strategies.
- Knowledge & understanding of the National
Curriculum including the literacy and numeracy strategies.
- Understanding of positive behaviour management
- Understanding of First Aid procedures.
- Knowledge of the needs of young children
- An understanding of child development and the ways in
which children learn
- Knowledge of safeguarding children
- Enthusiasm and a positive outlook
- The ability to work independently and collaboratively
as a member of a team
- Creativity in problem solving together with a
willingness to take on or try new approaches and ideas
- A positive attitude towards professional development
and their own learning
- Reliability and integrity
- Good personal organisation
- Good attendance and punctuality record
Be committed to maintaining a distinctive and
inclusive Christian ethos in the Academy
Wren has benefitted from a
£23.4 million building programme with our Sixth Form Centre, being completed in
October 2012 and our Primary in 2016. We
now have a campus that is architecturally innovative and visually impressive
with a high emphasis being placed on environmental sustainability. The buildings provide for a wide range of
teaching and learning approaches with larger, flexible learning areas and
smaller group rooms alongside more traditional classrooms. The working environment for all staff is of a
Other benefits of teaching
- Children of colleagues working at Wren for over
two years are given priority for a place in Reception or Year 7
- An exceptionally talented and mutually
supportive staff team who are open to change and driving things forward
- Talented, courteous and ambitious students
- A pleasant and attractive working environment
- Excellent professional development opportunities
with personalised training and opportunities for career development
- A range of staff wellbeing projects
- Free refreshments and lunchtime allowance
- Planning and evaluation time during the school
of a school iPad and/or laptop
of ‘Mark Mate’ an innovative use of technology which supports staff workload
enormously as well as improving feedback for pupils.
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