Primary Class Teacher (KS1), Barkerend Primary Leadership Academy
Primary Class Teacher (KS1)
Salary: MPS (1-6) £23,720 to £35,008
Local Government Terms & Conditions and Pension Scheme
Required from September 2019
Barkerend Primary Leadership Academy in Bradford, West Yorkshire is a 600 place, 4-11 primary school. Barkerend joined the Trust on 1 April 2018. Like all Star schools, it has “Leadership” as a specialism. We are looking to appoint an outstanding Key Stage 1 Teacher to work within Key Stage 1 at this exciting time in the school’s life. Are you looking for an opportunity to join a vibrant dedicated team? Our pursuit of educational excellence is based upon our unshakable belief that every pupil is unique and special and has the capacity within themselves to succeed.
- Support the leadership team through effective management of attainment at KS1
- Create and maintain an environment and a code of behaviour that promotes and secures good teaching, effective learning and high standards of achievement
- Develop, use and apply one’s expertise to secure appropriate and consistent progress for all pupils across the range of background and ability
- Develop and apply a range of effective learning and teaching strategies to raise the achievement of pupils, maintaining an up to date knowledge of good practice in Learning and Teaching techniques
- Maintain good working relationships with colleagues, students, parents/carers, governors, the community and all stakeholders and ensure all communication is consistent with the school’s ethos
- Ensure that parents/carers are well informed about the curriculum, attainment and progress and about the contribution they can make in supporting their child’s learning and that pupils are involved in this process
We encourage and support staff development and would welcome applications from Newly Qualified Teachers.
You will find a school that:
- Is passionate about its mission of ‘creating an outstanding organisation that inspires learners with excellence in academic achievement, personal development and community service’
- Has a supportive ethos & concern for the well-being of all members of our learning community
- Has high ambitions for all and provides excellent opportunities for professional development
- Is well-ordered with high standards of commitment from pupils, staff and parents
Visits to the school are welcomed and encouraged. We welcome enquiries from everyone and value diversity in our workforce. For an informal and confidential discussion regarding the role, candidates are encouraged to telephone Julie Taylor or email the office.
Applications must be made via eTeach. https://www.eteach.com/job/1034292?src=client
Closing Date: 9am, Monday 25th March 2019
Interview Date: week commencing 1st April 2019
The school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children. All posts within our school are subject to satisfactory references, DBS and health clearances and proof of legal working in accordance with the Asylum and Immigration Act 1996.
Please note: CVs are not accepted for this post