Fixed term to end on 31/08/2022 in the first instance.
If you enjoy working with children but have not yet qualified as a teacher then this is the job for you!
We are looking for an enthusiastic unqualified teacher to join our friendly multi-cultural school in the heart of Worcester. You will provide leadership cover for members of our SLT. You will be expected to plan, prepare, teach, mark, assess and write reports for the curriculum areas that you cover. There will be a parallel year group teacher who will be available to guide and support, as we all work together as a team, in order for our pupils to be provided with the very best possible learning experiences.
Closing Date - 28/06/2021 at midday, Interview date 08/07/2021
Trust staff are entitled to the following:
· Termly well-being mornings or afternoons · Access to an employee benefits portal which includes a number of discount vouchers for shopping, entertainment and dining · Cycle to work scheme · Free will-writing service
Free telephone counselling and online access to our employee advice and assistance portal
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We have a large, skilled and experienced staff team. Our children represent many races,cultures and religions and bring a wealth of experiences and beliefs, but all come together to create the very special atmosphere which people often comment upon when they visit. In a previous Ofsted inspection one child described the school as a big happy family and the inspection team agreed.
We are very proud of that judgement. We see ourselves as part of the community and work hard to maintain relationships with both the families who use the school and the local residents.
We typically have around 20 different languages represented in school, providing Our ‘4 pillars of good citizenship’, rather than a set of rules, establish the expectations for the school by which both staff and children abide. Mutual respect is central to life here.
We serve a diverse community and have developed a curriculum which meets everyone’s needs: children are exposed to a wide variety of subjects and experiences so that they can gain the skills, knowledge and attitudes which will prepare them for a successful time at primary school and which also ensure that they are ready to go on and achieve well at high school and then into adult life, to become productive and successful citizens.