Class Teacher – Cheriton Bishop
This post will be paid within the Main Pay Scale 4-6 or Upper
Pay Scale, dependant on experience.
Required for January 2023, we are looking for a passionate,
talented and experienced classroom practitioner to join our dynamic
organisation. The successful candidate will lead a Year 3/4 class and take on
the role of Senior Teacher and its associated responsibilities. The role would
suit a teacher with a real ambition to develop their career further and support
others to reach their full potential, whilst developing their knowledge of
whole-school leadership. In an exciting period of change for the school, the
position offers an opportunity for the candidate to support the implementation
of a curriculum that aims to enable all children to become the best version of
The Trust offer the prospect
of teaching in a range of settings, being empowered to develop your own expert
knowledge and skills and the chance to support others in their professional
journey. You will be part of a proficient team dedicated to improving the
outcomes for all our children, where your work-life balance will be promoted.
We offer you the support of clear systems, protocols, expectations and
structures to help you to succeed within the role.
You will need to be an inspirational
and reflective practitioner who shows initiative, resilience, creativity and
demonstrates the aptitude and professionalism to work as part of a successful
and growing team that is driven to improve the life chances of our pupils. We
expect you to effectively liaise with parents, stakeholders and the community.
The School leaders will recognise and develop your expertise and skills to
ensure career development.
want you to come and join our positive learning environment, where our
consistent vision is that through collaboration we will always be ‘Stronger
we are looking for in a candidate is:
commitment to developing your own practice through engagement in professional
learning in order to effectively implement the most current teaching
understanding of how pupils learn and real commitment to provide and maintain
high-quality indoor and outdoor learning opportunities.
recognition of our amazing children; nurturing, supporting and challenging
them, meeting their needs to ensure they have independent learning behaviours
that will see them prepared for their future learning journey.
ability to see the best in all and promote positive behaviours at all times.
clear desire to engage with the wider school community and develop meaningful
cheerful, fresh and creative approach to giving the children under your care
the best version of yourself.
previous experience of leadership within a school.
We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of
children and young people, and expect all staff and volunteers to share this
commitment. A DBS disclosure is required for this post.
Completed applications should be emailed direct to the Trust HR Officer, Sue Howard