- Job role
- Education support
- Key stages
- KS1, KS2
- Working pattern
- Will consider full time, term time
32.5 hours per week (full time) plus 4.5 additional hours a week. 9.00am – 4.30pm daily. 52 weeks per year for a fixed term period of 20 weeks.
- Contract type
- Fixed term (Fixed term to 17.07.2021 due to funding)
- Unqualified Teacher Scale 1-6 (£18,169 - £28,735)
Abbeyfield Primary Academy are seeking to appoint two highly motivated teacher/tutors to deliver focussed tutoring as part of the National catch-up programme. We strongly believe that all pupils are entitled to do as well as they can and are looking for talented and creative individuals who can establish a high quality, safe learning experience underpinned by high expectations for our children.
Abbeyfield Primary Academy is part of Five Rivers Multi Academy Trust which has outcomes for children at the forefront of its vision. We have a vast amount of experience in supporting all children to make good progress and develop an interest in learning which lays a solid foundation for a happy, safe and successful future as well-rounded individuals.
Five Rivers Multi Academy Trust is committed to investing heavily in its staff. Our workforce is the jewel in our crown and the reason our children succeed. Our Workforce Charter has been carefully crafted in consultation with unions to ensure staff are equipped with both the professional development and personal support needed to excel in their role and develop their career. We are committed to improving well-being through the reduction of workload, well-being initiatives and creating a professional development offer that focuses much more on investment and support as opposed to the monitoring and management of performance.
As an employer of choice, the Trust offers a competitive pay structure in line with national pay recommendations. In addition to this all our teachers increment annually through the pay scale as part of our shift away from traditional performance management. In its place we have adopted a professional development initiative that is based on self-reflection and individual coaching.
• Have a record of good to outstanding teaching or a strong commitment to developing your practice to become outstanding / have an interest in and a strong commitment to supporting children’s learning, development and well-being
• Tutor small groups of pupils who have been adversely impacted by the Covid pandemic, enabling them to reach their full academic potential
• Be caring and compassionate, treating children and colleagues with respect as individuals
• Be an excellent organiser and communicator with a proactive and friendly attitude
• Have a commitment to on-going personal and professional development
• Value diversity, equity and inclusion and have high expectations for every child
• Be innovative and creative
• Be an effective team player and contribute to the whole school community
Our school is committed to Diversity, Equity and Inclusion. We welcome and support applications from individuals with protected characteristics. We value each other’s identity and we are committed to promoting opportunities for all by ensuring equity across the MAT. Together, we learn and grow by embracing multiple perspectives, experiences and cultures. Our differences are our strengths.
Accommodations will be provided upon request to support applicants with disabilities throughout our recruitment process. Flexible working will be considered if suitable to the role.
We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare and safety of children and vulnerable adults and expect all staff to share this commitment. All successful candidates will be required to complete an Enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service Check.
4.5 additional hours a week
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