is required to undertake the professional duties of a school teacher, as set
out in the School Teachers Pay and Conditions document, and with due regard to
the Teacher Standards.
classes and/or groups as allocated by the headteacher.
2. Plan and
deliver a rich and balanced primary curriculum which:
continuity and progression
- Is broad,
balanced, relevant, differentiated and challenging.
every opportunity to develop learners’ spoken language, reading, numeracy and
high standards of achievement for all pupils.
the spiritual, social, moral and cultural development of pupils.
3. Know the
children in their care and uses this knowledge to:
assess and record systematically the progress of individual pupils.
and provide for those children who have additional needs.
assessment to inform planning, teaching and record keeping.
oral and written feedback to pupils on their learning and next steps.
and contribute to reports on learners’ progress.
4. Use a wide
range of teaching strategies to:
that all children make good progress.
appropriate and challenging expectations for all pupils.
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description may be adapted on appointment with regard to the successful
candidate’s skills, interests and career aspirations.
Primary is a thriving, oversubscribed school situated close to Abingdon in South
Oxfordshire. This is an exciting time to join our school community following
our recent Ofsted inspection and a new leadership team.
The school has
excellent transport links and is conveniently located for the a34/m4, Oxford,
Abingdon, Didcot, Wallingford and Wantage.
We are currently
looking for an experienced teacher to work in Year 6 in the first instance and
we welcome applications for people interested in full time or part time.
The school’s leadership
team is mindful of teacher workload and this is reflected in sensible feedback,
assessment and planning expectations. Guided by research, teachers focus their
time and energy on the things that make a difference in the classroom. The school
empowers colleagues, via structured professional learning opportunities, to
flourish in the ever changing world of education.
Expectations and routines
are thoughtfully developed and well implemented. Our school is therefore a calm
and purposeful place in which to learn. Recent parent/carer and pupil surveys
demonstrate that pupils feel safe, valued and that they have a deep love of
Our past Ofsted
inspection accurately identified one of the school’s main strengths when they
stated: ‘The emphasis the school places on
academic excellence, as well as the arts, inspires and energises the entire
community'. The curriculum is bespoke to our pupils and to the community we
serve. It is sequenced in such a way that enables pupils to gather rich
knowledge, while at the same time affording teachers to freedom to work collaboratively
and creatively. We look forward to publishing our most recent inspection report
when it has gone through the quality assurance process. We would ideally like the role to be from 1.1.24, but asap after
that is fine.
Please visit the website for more details
The school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. Safer recruitment checks are undertaken before any appointment is confirmed. Every post within school is subject to satisfactory checks including a DBS check.
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