Class Teachers - TV05521

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Location
Short Heath Federation
Salary
M1-UPS3
Posted
29 Apr 2021
Closes
17 May 2021
Job Ref
TV05521
Sector
Education
Contract Type
Full time permanent
Working Pattern
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Class Teacher Vacancies
Short Heath Federation
M1-UPS3

Our Federation offers a unique opportunity for the very best teachers to work in a single phase school, as well as the chance to work alongside colleagues from other phases, in order to enhance your professional development.

We are now entering a really exciting phase in our Federation’s development, as we are the West Walsall Nurture Hub, leading in schools on developing Restorative Practice, active members of the Attachment Research Community, working collaboratively on delivering Autism Education Trust training and continuing to develop our Specialist learning provisions in response to an increased number of children with specific additional needs! We are also just going into the third phase of our expansion to three form entry (with a building project on its way). This is great news for our current staff and for you! We can offer more opportunities for career development over time and more CPD than ever before! We are a fully inclusive school and enjoy the challenge of meeting the needs of every child in a unique way. Our practice is recognised as exceptional.

We are excited to be recruiting full or part time class teachers for a September start. We can offer permanent, fixed term and casual contracts in all phases.

If you are an energetic, enthusiastic and outstanding teacher, we want you at Short Heath Federation. You will inspire our children, ensuring they make good progress and enjoy learning. You might have just qualified, be in the early stages of your career or an experienced teacher. Your specialism may be in EYFS, Key Stage 1 or Key Stage 2. Specialisms in SEN and SEMH would be an advantage, but we’ll give lots of training anyway.

You should:

  • be an inspirational teacher;
  • create an irresistible learning experience for every single child;
  • believe that all behaviour is communication of an unmet need;
  • believe that ‘every day, in every way, everyone matters’;
  • love working as part of a team;
  • be a courageous, innovative teacher who’s not afraid to try something new and learn from that;
  • be a reflective practitioner, adapting your practice in response to children’s changing needs;
  • support our Federation Christian ethos.

We can offer:

  • a tailor-made induction programme (whatever your career stage) including opportunities for developing practice in our own and other schools in Walsall;
  • a personalised professional development plan;
  • a career coach;
  • Local Authority staff well-being programme;
  • an exciting opportunity for extensive professional development across a federation of schools, working with good and outstanding teachers and a range of specialist practitioners in all phases;
  • laptop and iPad;
  • discounted childcare;
  • ongoing weekly professional development meetings;
  • the support of a leading practitioner and 6 specialist leaders of education spread across all phases;
  • the best children and families;
  • opportunities to shadow other colleagues, learning from the best;
  • supportive, fun, dedicated, creative and talented colleagues;
  • opportunities to support colleagues in a range of settings;
  • an exceptionally strong Governing Body;

If you can see yourself being part of our team and our exciting future, you can download an application pack from our website - www.shortheathfederation.org.uk.  Please return your application form to teachers@shortheathfederation.org.uk

We would love you to come and see what life is like here – email Cathy Draper, Executive Headteacher (cdraper@shortheathfederation.org.uk) if you want more information.

Closing date for receipt of applications is 12.00 noon on Monday 17th May with interviews to be held the following week.

We are an equal opportunities employer.  We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people, keeping children safe in education and promoting British Values in school, and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. All appointments are subject to 2 satisfactory references, an enhanced DBS check, and proof of the Right to Work in the UK.

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