Key Stage 2 Teacher needed for a fixed term until July 2019 (potentially permanent) in Southport Primary.
Holy Trinity is a thriving and successful one form entry Primary school in Southport town centre with strong, supportive staff and happy, responsive children. The school are looking for Key Stage 2 teacher who is enthusiastic, creative, and flexible class teacher with high expectations as well as an excellent understanding of quality teaching and learning to join our committed team. The successful applicant can be guaranteed high quality support in career development. NQTs are welcome to apply.
The role is temporary in the first instance, however, this is a permanent vacancy for the right person.
The school would expect the following:
- To fully support the Christian ethos of our school and to actively uphold our values, mission and aims
- To plan, prepare and teach the National Curriculum in line with statutory requirements and the school?s schemes of work, ensuring teaching of the highest standard.
- To work co-operatively as part of a team, including planning work for support staff.
- To monitor and assess pupils? work, and using these assessments to inform planning and set targets that promote continuity and progression.
- To ensure the individual needs of the pupils are met through differentiated work, enabling the highest standards to be achieved by all.
- To work in partnership with parents and other members of staff to promote the wellbeing and educational progress of each pupil.
- To follow guidance and support from members of the leadership team in relation to utilising opportunities for further career development.
- To have lead responsibility for a subject or aspect of the school's work and develop plans which identify clear targets and success criteria for its development; or
- As an NQT to shadow a subject or aspect of the school with a view to future co-ordination
- Qualified teacher status with recent, relevant teaching experience
- Evidence of high expectations which inspire, motivate and challenge all children
- Evidence of creative, flexible teaching, where children make good progress or better, including an understanding of how children learn and how this impacts on teaching
- An inclusive approach, with the skills needed to meet the needs of a diverse range of learners
- good subject and curriculum knowledge, particularly in the basic skills of reading, writing and maths
- A high level of commitment and organization, including an effective and organised approach to planning and assessment
- An ability to work effectively with teaching assistants
- The ability to communicate effectively with parents and an understanding of the importance of involving parents in their children's learning and the wider life of the school
- A reflective practitioner who takes responsibility for improving teaching through a commitment to professional development
- The ability and enthusiasm to co-ordinate an aspect of the school or subject area either immediately or in the future
- Proven success in teaching in Key Stage 2.
- To make a contribution to the wider life of the school, particularly the ability and willingness to offer an extra-curricular activity and take part in school events.
Visits to the school are most welcome. Please choose from the following times and contact David at Hay Education to book a place.
- Wednesday 21st March - 16:00
- Thursday 22nd March - 16:30
- Wednesday 11th April - 16:00
Letters of application should be submitted by 12th April [mailto:] Lesson Observations and Interviews will be held on Wednesday 18th and Thursday 19th April.
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