Teacher, Suitable for NQTs
Languages, Religious education
RELIGIOUS STUDIES & ARABIC TEACHER, PART TIME
Religious Studies and Arabic Teacher x1
Teaching Primary Schools
London Borough of Redbridge
Part-time, approx. 10-18 hours a week TBD
Required September 2021
Al-Noor Primary School (VA)
619-629 Green Lane
Essex, IG3 9RP
020 8597 7576
Ms Someera Butt, Headteacher
Al-Noor Primary (VA) is a new 2 form entry, co-educational school which opened in September 2018 in a new, purpose-built school building. It started off with two year groups: Reception and year one, we are now opening year Four in September 2020 and will continue to expand year group at a time until it is full in September 2023. The school will welcome a diverse intake of pupils and be inclusive of all. It will strive through its distinctive faith ethos (Muslim) to nurture responsible, highly achieving and engaged citizens who are well equipped to play a positive role in Redbridge and beyond.
The school is committed to promoting Arabic in all year groups, which is why the school offers three Arabic language lessons per week across all classes.
The school is seeking dynamic, engaging and effective teachers who have a history of raising
standards and fostering excellent learning and achievement through great teaching.
Religious Studies and Arabic teachers who would like to join us at this exciting time, to build a strong and vibrant school community that reflects its faith tradition and promotes the moral, spiritual and emotional development of pupils alongside their intellectual, social, physical and cultural development are encouraged to apply.
The ideal candidate:
• strongly support our vision, value and faith ethos;
• are inspirational and enthusiastic teachers and are highly motivated, ambitious and
• have attained a high level of proficiency in the core professional standards of teaching,
particularly in the teaching of Islamic Studies, Qur’an studies and Arabic,
• excellent subject knowledge and teaching ability of Arabic
• are able to converse in Arabic fluently
• have excellent computer skills, primarily Microsoft power point
• would play a key role in building a vibrant, positive faith ethos in the school;
• are analytical and can demonstrate significant impact on pupil learning in previous positions;
• have great leadership skills but are also effective team players;
• are committed to school improvement and to the development of teaching and learning
through partnerships with other schools;
• have experience of curriculum leadership;
• are committed to safeguarding children and are suitable to work with them;
• Would be positive & enthusiastic role models for our pupils.
Please note, the ideal candidate would be for someone who is able to work part-time across our two schools. Al- Noor Voluntary Aided primary school and Al-Noor Independent primary school are situated on one site. Further details can be obtained upon emailing
If you believe in our values, want to help children to achieve highly and develop their spiritual and emotional well-being, please download an application form from the school website at
https://www.al-noorprimary.org.uk complete and email it now to
Closing date: 30 th August 2021, 5pm
Interview date: 7 th September 2021
Al-Noor Primary School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults. Such posts will require full vetting checks including references prior to interview and a DBS check.
JD RELIGIOUS STUDIES AND ARABIC TEACHER.pdf
TEACHING APPLICATION FORM.pdf
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Local authority maintained school, Muslim, ages 4 to 11
241 pupils enrolled
4 to 11
About Al-Noor Voluntary Aided Muslim Primary School
Our school is a two form entry, co-gender, Muslim faith school which opened its doors to its first pupils on Tuesday 4th September 2018. It has begun with 120 pupils in four classes: two Reception classes and two Year One classes and will expand one year at a time, with the addition of two new Reception classes each subsequent year. Al-Noor Voluntary Aided Primary School will be a strong and vibrant community God willing that will welcome admissions from Muslims and non-Muslims alike. The school is legally designated as having faith character and thus will have a nurturing Islamic ethos and values that are informed by Islamic teaching. All its stakeholders will work tirelessly together to build and strengthen the school to achieve the highest standards and to nurture great human beings through the unique environment and curriculum it offers that nurtures faith, emotional development and identity as much as the intellectual, physical social and cultural aspects of humanity. We believe that children whose backgrounds, real life experiences, aspirations, identities, cultures, histories and beliefs are acknowledged as ‘normal’ and are welcomed and celebrated at school, thrive and achieve. Furthermore, children with sure identities make for strong and productive members of society. The popularity of faith schools is not least due to the fact that discipline and behaviour in faith schools, on the whole, compares favourably with that in other schools. They are also best placed to develop ‘spirituality’ through their focus on the soul and ‘connecting’ with God, as much as their focus on the physical. Al-Noor Voluntary Aided Primary School's aims to nurture balanced individuals who have a keen sense of accountability to God and self-discipline, who have a deep sense of responsibility towards serving and strengthening society and communities. Al-Noor Voluntary Aided Primary School believes that social cohesion and good citizenship are vitally important. We will work hard with local schools, agencies, local services, charities and community and faith organisations to ensure pupils develop into well-rounded individuals who are a part of society, working collectively with all others for the common good. At Al-Noor Voluntary Aided Primary School life purpose, strong identity, self-awareness, responsibility, positive civic engagement, self-discipline and excellent character will be nurtured through its ethos and curriculum. We warmly welcome you and your child to be part of our school! Ms Someera Butt Headteacher of Al-Noor Voluntary Aided Primary School