- Job role
- Working pattern
- Will consider full time, part time
32.5hrs, Full Time. Part time will be considered with suggested hours stated.
- Contract type
- Fixed term (31st August 2022)
- £25,714 - £41,603
Are you a creative, energetic and inspiring teacher with a passion for learning and a commitment to putting the child at the heart of everything you do?
The governors of Dunsville Primary School wish to appoint an enthusiastic, dedicated and caring teacher to join our team. This is an exciting opportunity to work with a highly supportive and dedicated team of staff. The role will complement the work of the SENDCo and Stay Safe Team by being a point of contact for inclusion and pastoral support. It will also involve delivering intervention sessions to children throughout the school, and covering some PPA. The position is advertised as full-time but applications will be considered from anyone wishing to work part-time with suggested hours stated.
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- School type
- Academy, ages 3 to 11
- Education phase
- School size
- 283 pupils enrolled
- Age range
- 3 to 11
About Dunsville Primary School
Dunsville Primary School serves the children in our local community and more recently children from outside the catchment area. We offer provision for children from the age of 3 to 11. Currently we have eleven classes and a nursery which offers 15-hours provision or 30-hours provision dependent on parental choice. We run a Foundation Stage unit that allows free flow play between Reception and Nursery and an enriched learning environment for children to have first-hand experiences in.
Our vision is to provide “Excellence and Enjoyment” for the children who come to our school. We do this through offering a curriculum for our children that is enriched and designed for them and makes real links to embed skills, knowledge and understanding.
We have high expectations of attainment but are equally passionate about offering care for all of our children as individuals. We care for one another and consider ourselves to all be learners together. We pride ourselves on working with families and offering them and the children pastoral support for a range of needs.
We promote a love of reading and invest extensively in providing children with books and reading materials that captivate their imaginations and interests. We teach children phonics using Letters & Sounds and develop their understanding of texts using Reciprocal Reading. We are currently transitioning to using Essential Letters and Sounds.
We teach Maths using the Maths Mastery approach and provide children with opportunities to discuss their Maths learning using subject specific vocabulary to enable them to take ownership of their learning.
We are delighted to be part of The Brighter Futures Partnership Trust as we feel that working in partnership with the other schools/college in the Trust benefits all of our staff and children. We work in collaboration in a range of subjects and on specific projects to enhance learning and professional development of staff. The children have opportunities to meet each other by participating in joint events also.
Overall at Dunsville, we are a team. Everyone is as important as each other in providing the very best we can for our children each and every day. Every day is different and every day we see children grow in confidence, understanding and skills. That’s what makes working at Dunsville so worthwhile.
We are looking for someone who shares our passion for working to make a difference for the children in our school. The successful candidate will offer the following:
• be an excellent classroom practitioner;
• delivering intervention sessions;
• put the children at the heart of everything they do;
• be passionate about teaching and learning;
• be eager to join a supportive and experienced team;
• enjoy the challenge of making a difference to children’s lives;
• have a commitment to the protection and safeguarding of children.
As a school, we will offer:
• a warm, friendly and caring ethos;
• the opportunity to work with a highly supportive and dedicated team of staff;
• a high level of professional support and development;
• an opportunity to innovate and take risks.
In addition, the post offers the successful candidate further career development opportunities by engaging in partnership working with our wider Trust schools.