exciting opportunity has arisen in our school’s journey for an enthusiastic and
motivated Upper Key Stage Two teacher to join our friendly and dedicated team.
The Academy Council of St John’s School wish to appoint a permanent, full time
class teacher for January 2024 who is part of our Senior Leadership Team with a
focus on driving Curriculum, Standards & Assessment.
We are looking for a
Senior Leader who:
- Is an inspirational role model, passionate
about teaching and who is highly motivated and committed to working as part of
a friendly, dedicated and hardworking school team
- Is an excellent classroom practitioner
- Can lead a core subject with determination,
energy and passion and fully embed our BKCAT curriculum
- Is able to support the strong Catholic ethos
and wider life of our school (Catholics and non-Catholics are welcome to apply)
- Has high expectations, will challenge pupils of
all abilities and be committed to take a leading role in tracking assessment, raising
the achievement of all pupils
- Can effectively lead and manage an agreed area
of the curriculum dependent upon experience; a passion for Maths would be
- Has a strong commitment to their own learning,
collaborative learning and professional development
- Is able to form
successful relationships with parents, staff, governors and the wider
Above all else, we are
looking for someone who will care about our children and their wellbeing,
education, achievement and spiritual development.
Visits to school are encouraged and warmly welcomed. For
further information please contact the school office on: 01924 891685 and ask
to speak to Mrs Katie Hartley (Headteacher), Mrs Gemma Martin (Deputy
Headteacher) or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org (Miss Emma Tudor,
School Business Manager).
To apply for the position please use the following link and
select ‘Quick Apply’ https://careers.bkcat.co.uk/job/410185
Closing date: 12 noon 21st
September 2023 Interviews: Thursday 28th September
St John the Baptist Catholic Primary School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. Therefore, the post is subject to an enhanced DBS check and appropriate recruitment checks including two recent references. Online searches will be carried out on shortlisted candidates.
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