A qualified teacher with experience of successfully improving outcomes
for pupils at a whole school level.
Experience of providing a high quality of
support for pupils with SEND.
Have taught at KS1 or KS2 for at least three years.
Knowledge and Skills
Demonstrate an ability to work with pupils and their families in a
sensitive and positive way, often under complex circumstances.
Demonstrate some knowledge of the SEND Code of Practice and its
Experience of a range of behaviour management
techniques for groups and individuals with SEND.
Possess a good understanding of the principles behind school
improvement, including school improvement planning, monitoring and reviewing
Make consistent judgements based on careful
analysis of data, with a focus on SEND, to assist with planning and/or
Present clearly a wide range of specialised information to both
educationalists and non-educationalists.
Demonstrate a proven ability to work sensitively
and effectively with colleagues to help them to improve their everyday
Caring for every child as an individual, with the
unshakable belief that all children can be successful.
Excellent verbal and
written communication skills at all levels.
management and organisation skills.
A flexible approach
towards finding solutions to overcome barriers to pupils’ learning.
High expectations of
self and others professional standards.
commitment to the protection and safeguarding of children.
Ability to develop positive relationships and
build confidence with complex partnerships.
Ability to maintain strict confidentiality in all
Ability to handle data and information
critically, accurately and effectively.
High levels of drive, energy and integrity.
A commitment to equal opportunities and empowering others.
applicant will be assured of a high level of good quality support and
encouragement to develop professional skills and interests.
We are looking for
- Is a strong classroom practitioner who achieves
- Has high expectations of pupils' progress and
- Has a good understanding of progression and
expectations in EYFS and Year One.
- Has proven classroom management and organisation
- Embraces creativity and has apositive outlook on life.
- Has an ability to inspire children to enjoy
- Has a commitment to enable children to reach
their full potential and be committed to educating the 'whole child'.
- Is fascinated by the learningprocess and actively seeks new
ideas and research.
- Loves supporting and inspiringfellow staff and children.
- Has great ideas and wants toshare them!
- Sincerely values every memberof the school community.
- Believes in each and everychild and has high aspirations for
- Has the
ability to makelearning fun and engaging whilst ensuring all
children are appropriately challenged.
- Is prepared to go the extramile with a smile on their face!
Meadow Farm Community Primary School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects staff to have the same commitment. Appointments will be subject to DBS checks.
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