Teacher - to cover maternity leave (Burnwood Community School)
this post is temporary to cover a maternity leave commencing Novermber 5th
"Pupils enjoy learning and are proud of their school, which means that they behave well and lessons can focus on learning."
"We are a good school, in all areas" - Ofsted 2015
Burnwood Community School is a fast paced, exciting and creative school that works hard to ensure that the whole school community is supported. The achievement of our children is our top priority and everyone supports our ethos and school mission statement of 'working together to achieve our best'.
We are looking to appoint an inspirational and excellent practitioner who will complement our team of hard working and committed staff and who will share ideas, creativity and enthusiasm within their class and across the key stage.
You will need to be someone who has high expectations for achievement and behaviour of all children, whilst retaining an understanding of educating the whole child through a creative curriculum.
We understand that children sometimes learn better outside of the classroom, and always learn better when the curriculum is fun, and will expect you to take a part in helping to create this as well as to lead extracurricular activities.
We can offer you a supportive team who are all hard working and aiming for the best for every child; well behaved children who are keen to learn; a comprehensive CPD programme based both in school and beyond and supportive parents and Governors.
If you feel that this could be the job for you and you know that you have a great sense of humour and the ability to inspire children to achieve their best, then we would love to hear from you.
Please contact Grahame Colclough, School Business Manager for further details and to request an via email to firstname.lastname@example.org
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