This job expired on 24 June 2024

  • Job start date

    1 September 2024

  • Closing date

    24 June 2024 at 11:59pm

  • Date listed

    14 June 2024

Job details

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Key stage

Key stage 2

Working pattern

Part time: 19.5 hours per week

Contract type

Fixed term - 1 year

Pay scale


What skills and experience we're looking for

Main Scale Teacher Key Areas

Method of Assessment

Interview, Application Form, Assessment Exercises, References

(i) Professional experience

  • Qualified Teacher Status

Application Form

  • Evidence of participation in professional development or study

Application Form

  • Successful teaching experience or evidence of successful completion of initial teacher training

Application Form, References

  • Working in a socially and culturally diverse school community

Application Form, References

  • Knowledge of the National Curriculum requirements

Application Form, Interview, References

  • Understands and is familiar with teaching and learning strategies

Application Form, Interview, References

(ii) Ability to work within a professional team and to develop and promote the school’s ethos and values within the Primary Phase

  • Teaching to a high standard

Application Form, Interview, References

  • Relates to and motivates pupils

Application Form, Interview, References

  • Works well within and contributes to team development

Interview, References

  • Understands and values the processes of planning monitoring and evaluation as an aid to raising standards

Interview, References

  • Good classroom management

Interview, References

  • Evidence of a commitment to an equal opportunities policy both in service employment

Application Form, Interview, References

(iii) Ability to Communicate Clearly

  • Good written and oral communication skills

Assessment Process, Interview

  • Good presentational and ICT skills

Assessment Process, Interview

  • Clear and effective in meetings and in one-to-one discussions

Application Form, Assessment Process

  • Skilled in conflict resolution

Application Form, Assessment Activities, Interview

(iv) Ability to Lead

  • Clear vision for the future of education and able to think strategically, to identify opportunities for future developments and improvements

Application Form, Interview

  • Identify a need for and understand a clear process for the implementation of change and improvement

Application Form, Interview

  • Respond effectively and efficiently to daily challenges

Application Form, Interview

  • To make decisions on the basis of sound judgement

Application Form, Interview

  • Identify potential for individual development

Application Form, Interview

  • Have strategies to monitor and evaluate developments

Application Form, Interview

  • Have mentoring, motivational and coaching skills

Application Form, Interview

  • Be a professional role model

Application Form, Interview

(v) Personal Qualities

  • Be enthusiastic and determined

Application Form, Interview

  • Able to work under pressure and recognise and manage stress

Application Form, Interview

  • Have flexibility, sensitivity and tact

Application Form, Interview

  • Commitment to ongoing and professional development

Application Form, Interview

What the school offers its staff

Year 3 Class Teacher (0.6, temporary for 1 year)

Sheffield South East Trust is seeking to appoint an enthusiastic and committed teacher at Norfolk Community Primary School, starting in September 2024. Applications are welcome from experienced teachers or ECTs.

We are looking for:

  • A dynamic and resilient teacher with high expectations for all pupils
  • Relevant experience in Year 2/ Key Stage 2
  • A teacher who is creative and inspiring, making learning relevant and enjoyable
  • The ability to communicate clearly and build effective relationships with each child and all those involved in their education.
  • A commitment to ‘working together to be the best we can be’ in order to make a difference for the children and families in our community.
  • Enthusiasm to develop a curriculum area.

We offer:

  • Enthusiastic and motivated pupils who want to learn and achieve.
  • The support of a hardworking, dedicated and supportive staff team
  • A range of professional development opportunities

Sheffield South East Trust (SSET) formed in 2016 and unites seven local primary schools. The schools within the Trust work closely together for the benefit of the children and communities they serve. There are many opportunities for support, training, and networking between the schools.

As an organisation we are committed to the safeguarding of all children in our care. The successful candidate will be required to complete a DBS Disclosure in line with Section 115 of the Police Act 1997. An online search of social media sites will also be carried out as part of the recruitment process.

Visits to the school are warmly welcomed: please could potential applicants contact the School Manager (Debra Clarke 01142 502760) to make arrangements. If you wish to apply for this post, please email recruitment@norfolkcps.sheffield.sch.uk for an application pack.

Closing date: 24th June 2024

Interviews: 27th June 2024

School Name: Sheffield South East Trust

Norfolk Community Primary School

Post Title: Class Teacher

Salary: MPS/UPS

Norfolk Community Primary School

Guildford Avenue,


S2 2PJ

Further details about the role



Sheffield South East Trust is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment


Sheffield South East Trust

Norfolk Community Primary and Nursery School













The post holder must at all times carry out his/her responsibilities within the spirit of Trust and School policies and within the framework of the Education Act 2002, and School Standards and Framework Act 1998 with particular regard to statutory responsibilities of the Governing Bodies of Schools.

Employment Duties

To be performed in accordance with the provisions of the School Teachers’ Pay and Conditions document and within the range of teachers’ duties set out in that document (Part XII of the ‘Teachers Pay and Conditions Document’).

General Responsibilities

  • To pursue the aims of the school in a positive manner and promote the agreed ethos.
  • To work co-operatively within a whole staff team, and within the year/teaching and learning group to achieve continuous improvement with constant regard to quality in both learning and teaching.
  • To teach pupils according to their individual needs, including the planning and assessment of work in line with agreed policies of the school
  • To monitor and assess children’s progress and report to parents.
  • To implement and maintain the school’s policy on discipline and behaviour.
  • To support the school’s endeavours to meet the needs of its community.
  • Participate in the school’s performance management process.
  • To promote the organisation of the learning and teaching throughout the school
  • To plan programmes of work for pupils in co-operation with teaching colleagues within the team in order to ensure that all children are taught by members of that team experience similar learning opportunities.
  • To plan work matched to the individual needs of children and within the school’s agreed policy and schemes of work.
  • To produce written records of such planning in accordance with school policy
  • To assess and record pupil’s achievements and progress within the statutory requirements and school’s assessment policy and report to parents.
  • To contribute to meetings, discussions and management systems necessary to ensure the co-ordination of the work of the school as a whole.
  • To ensure that the classroom is kept tidy and attractive, with children’s resources readily available for them to find independently.
  • To contribute to the ideas within and the implementation of the School Improvement Plan
  • To supervise the use of support staff relevant to the class
  • To contribute to the provision of a safe and secure learning environment.

Particular Responsibilities

Key Tasks Class Teacher Tasks:

Subject related duties

Please note that the post holder should undertake these duties in an advisory role and is not accountable for making policy decisions. The post holder is not accountable for the whole school or key stage outcomes for that subject area.

  • To keep abreast of developments in the post holders agreed curriculum area and disseminate these to colleagues.
  • To identify aspects of the curriculum area that need developing within the school and aid that development by contributing to staff meetings, staff training events and whole school development.
  • To advise colleagues where to go for information and advice about training and support materials in this curriculum area.
  • To advise and co-operate with the Headteacher and other relevant staff on the preparation and development of:
  • To recommend the purchase of appropriate resources, within a set budget
  • To support the work of other staff including:

    • Programmes of study for pupils
    • Teaching materials which address differentiation
    • Teaching programmes
    • Methods and styles of teaching
    • Assessment (including formative and summative assessment)
    • Pastoral arrangements
    • A school policy for this curriculum area

o Assisting with an audit of staff skills and training needs in this curriculum area

o Helping to prepare a draft staff development plan for the curriculum area

o Consulting with staff on the content of the development plan

o Advising staff of appropriate in-service training within the curriculum area

  • To undertake agreed professional development activity in relation to this curriculum area
  • To assist the Headteacher and other relevant staff in developing systematic procedures for the monitoring and reviewing of the planning, outcomes and delivery of this curriculum area.


(i) The above details are not exhaustive, and the post holder may be required to undertake tasks, roles, and responsibilities as may reasonably be assigned to him/her by the Senior Management Team.

(ii) This job description may be reviewed at anytime via consultation between the governing body and/or Senior Management Team Representatives and the post holder as may be necessary and appropriate to the needs of the school.

Trade Union representation will be welcomed in any such consultations.

Commitment to safeguarding

As an organisation we are committed to the safeguarding of all children in our care. The successful candidate will be required to complete a DBS Disclosure in line with Section 115 of the Police Act 1997.

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About Norfolk Community Primary School

School type
Academy, ages 2 to 11
Education phase
View all Primaryjobs
School size
451 pupils enrolled
Age range
2 to 11
Phone number
0114 2502760

Sheffield South East Trust (SSET) formed in 2016 and unites seven local primary schools. The schools within the Trust work closely together for the benefit of the children and communities they serve. There are many opportunities for support, training and networking between the schools.

Arranging a visit to Norfolk Community Primary School

To arrange a visit and increase the chance of a successful application email recruitment@norfolkcps.sheffield.sch.uk.

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