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Teacher (PPA)

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Location
Staveley Junior School
Reference
JOB/24/01190
Salary details
MPS Actual Salary £7,500 - £10,333.25 per annum (£30,000 - £41,333 per annum FTE)
Job term
Part Time
Appointment type
Fixed Term - Due to pupil numbers until the end of August 2025
Hours
0.25FTE
Closing Date
28 April 2024

Staveley Junior School is a smaller than average 1.5 form entry junior school seeking to appoint an excellent and creative Teacher to cover planning and preparation time for three afternoons a week. There may be additional ad hoc hours available for the right candidate. The role involves teaching a single subject across KS2 – preferably PE – but the subject could be negotiable. The candidate would also be asked to act as subject lead for this subject.

The hours of work will be 1.00 to 3.30pm teaching time Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays, plus an additional 45 minutes paid PPA time that could be done from home. Attendance at the weekly teaching staff meeting until approx.4.30pm on Thursdays is compulsory.

This job is not suitable for an ECT.

Everything we do at our school is built around our motto of:

Dream. Believe. Achieve.

We want to help our children to build their dreams and to do that we aim to give them as many inspiring experiences as we can. Our varied curriculum is developed to engage our children whilst being sure to carefully build knowledge and skills in a way that ensures firm foundations to support the highest expectations whilst allowing all of our children to reach their full potential.

We work equally hard to ensure that our children build character skills and emotional literacy to support them as they grow and learn. The wellbeing of our whole school is a priority.

We are looking for:

  • A creative and inspirational teacher who is committed to excellent classroom practice and engaging children.
  • A strong understanding of the primary curriculum and planning for progression across KS2 is essential.
  • An ability to work effectively within a team where everybody has a voice.
  • A commitment to ensuring inclusion for all children.
  • A positive outlook and professional approach.
  • A willingness to work within the school’s approach to behaviour management and restorative practice.

We can offer:

  • A positive and creative school environment including an amazing outside space.
  • Friendly and enthusiastic children.
  • A supportive and hard-working team of colleagues.
  • Opportunities for professional development.
  • Committed governors and senior leaders.

Provisional Interview Date: May 2024 (actual date to be confirmed)

Due to this post having access to children and/or vulnerable adults, the successful candidate will be required to undertake a Disclosure and Barring Service check. The possession of a criminal record will not necessarily prevent an applicant from obtaining this post, as all cases are judged individually according to the nature of the role and information provided. Click here to see our policy on criminal background checks.