Teacher Key Stage 2
St Francis Catholic Academy is looking to recruit a Key Stage 2 Classroom Teacher, to start in January 2021 for 2 terms. St Francis Catholic Academy are part of The Holy Spirit Catholic Multi Academy. We are a thriving Catholic community, uncompromising in the pursuit of excellence for every child in each of our schools and we aim to be outstanding in everything we do.
We are seeking to appoint an outstanding primary class teacher to work within the MAC. Our aim is to match the right skill set to the right school and role.
Applications are welcome from teachers at all stages of their career, from those new to teaching, as we have the capacity and expertise to coach less experienced teachers to become outstanding, to those looking to progress to a leadership role. We are well placed to offer excellent leadership opportunities to the right candidate so if you feel you are ready to take the next step in your career we would warmly welcome your application.
The successful candidate will have excellent classroom management skills and be committed to securing outstanding progress for all children through exciting teaching and provision of memorable learning experiences. Please see Job Description and Job Specification.
The successful candidate will have excellent classroom management skills and be committed to securing outstanding progress for all children through exciting teaching and provision of memorable learning experiences.
Please see Job Description and Job Specification.
EDUCATION AND QUALIFICATIONS
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Additional qualifications relevant to the role
Recent additional training
Experience in Primary
Evidence of highly effective teaching
Experience of following the National Curriculum
Experience of target setting, assessment and pupil tracking
Commitment to creativity and the wider curriculum
Knowledge of teaching children with Special Needs
SKILLS AND ABILITIES
High expectations which inspire motivate and challenge
Ensuring good progress and outcomes by pupils
Demonstrating good subject and curriculum knowledge
Planning and teaching well-structured, exciting and stimulating lessons
Adapting teaching to respond to the needs of pupils
Making accurate and productive use of assessment
Managing behaviour effectively
Showing awareness of national trends in pedagogy and practice
Commitment to personal welfare and safeguarding of children
Evidence of exceptional practice recognised by external and internal sources
Experience in a number of year groups
Evidence of exceptional progress
made by individuals or groups
Current educational policy and procedures.
Knowledge in the way curriculum subjects are organised and managed.
An understanding and application of the use of data in setting and achieving
Knowledge of a variety of learning styles.
Planning and supporting additional adults in the classroom.
Sense of humour.
A cheerful and positive approach in teaching
The ability to work as part of a team.
A sense of perspective.
Commitment to developing and maintaining a Catholic ethos for the school.
Willingness to uphold the teachings of the church and strive to provide an outstanding Catholic education for all
Commitment to personal professional development.
Flexibility, determination and the highest expectations of work and behaviour.
Commitment to equal opportunities.
Evidence of clear thinking about the role of a class teacher
Good health record and consistent attendance
Awareness of the need for school to play a part in the local community.
Additional Information & How to Apply
For more information about the post please contact Mairead Wynne on 02476 315279. Please e-mail your application to email@example.com for the attention of Mairead Wynne.
Closing date for applications: 12 noon on 20th October 2020
Interviews to be held during week beginning 22nd October 2020.
The Holy Spirit Catholic Multi Academy Company is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. This post is subject to an enhanced DBS disclosure.
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