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Woolenwick Junior School are seeking to appoint an experienced (two or more teaching years’ experience) classroom teacher to start in September, either MPS or UPS.

We can be flexible on year group for the right person.

We can offer you:

  • An excellent well-being package to support you in your career (please contact us to find out more)
  • A friendly and enthusiastic staff team who are very supportive
  • Excellent CPD opportunities
  • A school with a high level of resources
  • An inclusive school where staff can be creative and can personalise the curriculum and pupil learning
  • A forward thinking Senior Leadership Team
  • Your entitled PPA time and subsidised lunches

The class teacher we are looking for will:-

  • have a track record of good or outstanding teaching in the primary age range
  • be able to lead a subject (this can be negotiated)
  • be confident in assessing pupil progress in their class
  • lead by example
  • be caring and celebrate and promote children’s achievements, however small

Visits to our school are always welcomed.  Please contact the school office on 01438 216565 and speak to either Justine Terry (the Head’s PA) or Suzy Armstrong (Office Manager) to make an appointment.  Applicants are more than welcome to look around, and come in for an informal chat/tour, from 7.15 am (before they start work), during work hours or after school (up to 6.00pm). 

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

Download the Job description here

Download the person spec here

Application can be downloaded here

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Behaviour for Learning TA + Cover Supervisor

Woolenwick Junior School are seeking a passionate, dedicated and experienced person to work with our children.

This is a brand new role to lead on and develop provision for all children, including those who are pupil premium, so that they can make as much progress as possible.
We believe that all children can achieve- it is about personalising their learning journey so that they can succeed! If this

role sounds like you please come and visit us to find out more; we would love to meet you. The role will entail teaching and supporting groups

  1. of children on a daily basis, group intervention work and whole class cover for leadership time and staff sickness absence if necessary.
    This role is advertised with a salary, dependent upon experience. The role is available for immediate start or for September 2019.
    We can offer you:
    –  a very supportive Senior Leadership team
    -planning and preparation time
    –  excellent CPD opportunities
    –  subsidised lunches
    –  flexibility

Visits to our school are always welcomed.  Please contact the school office on 01438 216565 and speak to either Justine Terry (the Head’s PA) or Suzy Armstrong (Office Manager) to make an appointment.  Applicants are more than welcome to look around, and come in for an informal chat/tour, from 7.15 am (before they start work), during work hours or after school (up to 6.00pm). 

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

Download job description  here

Download Job specification here

Download Application form here

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Life skills Leader 

 Down load the job description here

Application can be downloaded here

Visits to our school are always welcomed.  Please contact the school office on 01438 216565 and speak to either Justine Terry (the Head’s PA) or Suzy Armstrong (Office Manager)to make an appointment.

  Applicants are more than welcome to look around, and come in for an informal chat/tour, from 7.15 am (before they start work), during work hours or after school (up to 6.00pm). 

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