To be committed to the school’s aims and vision and to reflect this through personal practice.
To be an effective practitioner with an understanding of good teaching and how children learn best.
To hold the highest expectations of what children can achieve and to motivate them to achieve ‘my best always.’
To establish, organise and maintain an effective, purposeful, secure and stimulating learning environment.
To set high standards of classroom organisation, management and practice.
To be reflective, self appraising and continually seek to improve personal and school effectiveness.
To promote a caring school ethos, fostering respect and positive relationships between all children and with all adults.
To develop sensitive and professional relationships with parents, colleagues, governors and other members of the school community.
To maintain appropriate individual children’s records and provide detailed information about teaching and learning outcomes for the year group team, Leadership Team and Headteacher as required.
Teachers form a significant and important part of our staff team. It is essential that they consistently uphold the school’s values, follow school policies and promote the schools powerful ethos. They must be suitable to work with children in a school environment.
To contribute to, and work collaboratively within, teaching and whole staff teams.
To monitor and evaluate teaching and learning with colleagues, developing and implementing changes where necessary.
To participate in regular meetings which relate to teaching and learning, administration or organisation of the school, including pastoral arrangements.
To organise effective ways of managing learning support staff, including sharing short term planning, and to support and contribute to their professional development.
To make an active contribution to the extra-curricular life of the school.
To develop a secure knowledge and understanding of teaching and assessment methods.
To ensure children’s entitlement to a thematic, experiential, broad and balanced curriculum.
To develop children’s subject and learning to learn skills within a broad and balanced curriculum.
To plan and prepare an exciting and challenging curriculum which meets the needs of individual children within the class or set.
To develop innovative ways of using ICT across the curriculum.
To support the planning and organisation of events, displays, exhibitions and assemblies of the highest quality that inspire and promote excellent learning.
To develop children’s responsibility for their learning and their ability to think, evaluate and reflect on their learning and learning needs.
To develop children’s enthusiasm for learning through high quality first hand learning experiences.
To develop children’s independence as learners and to plan and prepare lessons which involve children in thinking, problem solving and active learning.
To hold high expectations of all children’s behaviour and to teach and manage behaviour effectively.
The school's policy applies to the whole of the schools workforce, along with volunteers, Governors and any contractors working on the school site. In particular staff recruitment and selection - ensuring that all staff (volunteers etc.) has been appropriately checked for their suitability using the safe recruitment procedures.
Please complete the online application.