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Teacher - Lead Practitioner for Teaching and Learning

Netherbrook Primary School
Dudley, West Midlands
L1-L3 (£47,185 - £49,574) per annum
Closing date
19 Mar 2024

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Netherbrook Primary School, part of The Elliot Foundation Academies Trust, is looking to appoint a Lead Practitioner for Teaching and Learning from September 2024.

At Netherbrook our pupils are unique, vibrant and valued individuals who all make a valid and important contribution to school life.  They are encouraged to be polite, happy and responsible individuals, who respect others and always try their best. Pupils are motivated and active learners, who aspire to achieve their full potential in all that they do. They are creative and imaginative and persevere to overcome any difficulties that they may face. 

Our staff aspire to be inspirational role models for our pupils. They are approachable and supportive, and have a strong desire to ensure all our pupils leave Netherbrook equipped to be lifelong learners. Staff are encouraged to be creative and adventurous in their lessons and are supported in channelling their efforts for the greater good of our pupils. Staff are open and professional in all that they do and work hard to deliver the best possible education for our pupils.

The Lead Practitioner for Teaching and Learning job description is in line with the statutory requirement as laid out in the School Teachers Pay and Conditions Document and is subject to annual review. The Lead Practitioner for Teaching and Learning must carry out the professional duties of a classroom teacher as set out in the School Teachers Pay & Conditions Document.

The Post holder should play a major role under the overall direction of the Headteacher in:

  • Leading on the improvement of teaching skills through modelling high-quality teaching, coaching and training other members of staff. 
  • Raising the quality of teaching and learning across the school. 

Job purpose – the Lead Practitioner for Teaching and Learning will:

  • Be a role model to the whole school community.
  • Assist in the progress and achievement of pupils at Netherbrook Primary School.
  • Assist in the development and oversight of high standards of teaching and learning, pupil achievement and progression through effective modelling and supporting the professional development of others. 
  • Lead in staff development, delivery and evaluation of strategies to support the attainment and progress of pupils. 

Tours of the school will take place at 11am on Tuesday 27th February, Thursday 29th February, Thursday 7th March and Monday 11th March.  Please contact Marcia Leigh on 01384 818415 to arrange your visit.

Please send completed application forms to

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