Our aim is to create a safe and stimulating environment within a caring community, where children feel happy and secure. We want every child to reach their full potential in all areas of school life knowing they are cared for and supported by their parents and teachers together. We share parents’ expectations and feel it is extremely important to build a mutually supportive partnership between home and school. We expect high standards in behaviour, relationships with other children and adults and in all aspects of work and play.
We enjoy showing families around Albert Bradbeer Primary Academy to see teaching and learning in action. Parents can pick up the ‘feel’ of the school at this time and see how children and staff relate to each other. Ours is a happy, secure and successful learning environment.
We hope you enjoy finding out what Albert Bradbeer Primary Academy is all about. Please do not hesitate to contact us if you need further information.
To carry out professional duties of a class teacher, having responsibility for an assigned class or classes.
To be responsible for the day-to-day learning, management of the class and the safety and welfare of the pupils, during onsite and offsite activities.
To promote the aims and objectives of the school and maintain its agreed ethos.
Expectation of our staff:
You will need:
• Exemplary classroom practice.
• High expectations of achievement and behaviour.
• To be highly motivated.
• The ability to engage all pupils to secure good/outstanding outcomes.
• A creative approach to delivering the curriculum.
We can offer you:
• A welcoming and friendly school, where everyone works together.
• A supportive, friendly environment.
• A well- resourced environment. We can offer a personally tailored package of opportunities, resourcing and professional development through the University of Wolverhampton as sponsor.
Informal Visits are welcome by appointment.
- Qualified teacher status.
- Degree or equivalent qualification.
- Thorough up to date knowledge of the range of teaching, learning and behaviour management strategies and how to implement them effectively.
- A thorough understanding of the national curriculum and a range of assessment requirements and arrangements.
- Know how to use local, national and statistics to evaluate the effectiveness of teaching.
- Knowledge and understanding of the implications of equal opportunities, multicultural education and inclusion.
- Knowledge and understanding of the potential of new technology to enhance the curriculum.
- Know the legal requirements, national policy and guidance on the safeguarding of children.
- Ability to prepare and plan effectively.
- Good organisational skills.
- Ability to prioritise and manage time effectively.
- Ability to work as part of a team.
Please contact Mr Chambers for further details – firstname.lastname@example.org
Contact Telephone Number: 0121 464 2356
Closing date: Wednesday 1st June 2022
Shortlisting: w/c 6th June 2022
Interviews: w/c 6th June 2022
Start Date - ASAP
If you have not heard from us within 4 weeks of the closing date, you should assume that your application has not been successful.
The University of Wolverhampton Multi Academy Trust is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. We therefore expect all staff and volunteers to work to and within school policies and procedures, including safeguarding, child protection and health and safety.
This post is subject to satisfactory references which will be requested prior to the interview, an enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check, medical check, evidence of qualifications, plus verification of the right to work in the UK.
This post is covered by Part 7 of the Immigration Act (2016) and therefore the ability to speak fluent and spoken English is an essential requirement for this role
Mrs Charlie Chambers