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Class Teachers x 2 (one with responsibilities for SENDCo)

Shottery St Andrew's CE Primary School
3 Hathaway Lane, Stratford upon Avon, Warwickshire, CV37 9BL
Closing date
21 Jun 2024

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Job Type
Schools / Academies - Teaching roles, Primary School
Contract Type
Working Pattern

Job Details

Class Teacher 

About us
Shottery St Andrew’s CofE Primary School is a smaller than average primary school, with 92 pupils on roll, situated on the edge of the historic and cultural town of Stratford-upon-Avon and benefiting from many strong community links.

Our school is at an exciting point in its journey as we are in the process of planning a re-location to our new site, which will be built as a two-form entry with a nursery and SEN unit attached.  We are looking to appoint an enthusiastic and dedicated teacher to join our friendly, dynamic and growing school. 

The successful candidate will teach mixed-age classes from Reception to Year 6 on a full time basis from September 2024.  

We can offer you:
•    A positive, friendly, committed and hardworking staff team 
•    Enthusiastic children who behave well and are keen to learn
•    An inclusive environment where every person matters and mental health and wellbeing is prioritised 
•    Good training and professional development opportunities
•    A supportive Governing Body

This post would suit both experienced and newly qualified teachers, with potential to lead on science and music.

Key Requirements
The successful candidate will be expected to carry out the professional duties of a teacher as outlined in the “School Teachers’ Pay and Conditions Document” currently in operation.

Key tasks
•    To teach within the context of the National Curriculum
•    To attend weekly staff training and additional CPD training as reasonable and necessary
•    To plan and provide materials to deliver a creative curriculum, in line with the school’s long-term planning, adapting learning and learning materials
•    To teach mixed-aged classes, implementing the school Positive Relationships and Behaviour policy to maintain good order and discipline and to foster good relationships between pupils and teachers
•    To provide a safe and stimulating classroom environment
•    To demonstrate an understanding and comply with the school’s health and safety policy, the Teacher Standards and the School’s staff behaviour policy
•    To complete annual reports, assessments and records in line with school procedures and analyse data in Pupil Progress meetings three times a year.
•    To liaise with external agencies as appropriate
•    To set targets for pupils
•    To undertake a range of administrative duties in relation to the class
•    To support the school in developing positive links with the local community, parents and governors
•    Deploy support staff effectively, including SEND TA’s
•    To take appropriate responsibility for own health, safety and welfare and the health and safety of pupils, visitors and work colleagues in accordance with the requirements of legislation and locally adopted policies; including taking responsibility for raising concerns with the Head teacher in relation to any safeguarding issues

Completed applications to be sent to

This school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff & volunteers to share this commitment. This post subject to an enhanced DBS Disclosure.


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