The Governors and Leadership Team of Keep Hatch Primary School are looking for an enthusiastic and committed KS1/KS2 class teacher, from September 2019, who will enjoy being a part of our friendly team and bring fresh and exciting ideas. At Keep Hatch, we have high academic expectations with excellent pastoral care and support for our pupils.
“Pupils are extremely polite and respectful to visitors and each other. They enjoy their learning and talk positively about the staff.” Ofsted, October 2018
This post would suit a teacher looking for their first job or a teacher who wants career progression by joining our school at a very exciting time as we continue to improve and develop the school since receiving our ‘Good’ Ofsted grading last year. We work hard, support CPD and provide great opportunities for NQTs and experienced teachers.
“Teachers are supported well. They are appreciative of the opportunities provided to strengthen their skills in teaching and leadership.” Ofsted, October 2018
We can offer you:
- Well-behaved, enthusiastic and hard-working children
- A warm and friendly staff team
- A caring school community where the child is at the centre of everything we do
- A school where staff are highly valued and a healthy work-life balance is a priority
- A commitment to delivering staff with up to date personalised training
- Excellent support from a strong leadership team
- Bespoke development and support opportunities
We will need you to:
- Be a practitioner with the ability to inspire, motivate and enthuse others
- Promote the school’s ethos and values
- Have high expectations of learning, achievement and behaviour
- Instil a growth mind-set in all pupils and inspire them to be lifelong learners
- Be able to work well as a team
If you are an enthusiastic, dedicated teacher and want to be part of a school where you are valued and your hard work recognised, come and visit Keep Hatch for yourself. Our friendly team would be happy to show you around.
To make an appointment to visit the school, please contact Mrs Pauline Leek on 0118 978 4859 or via email at email@example.com. Please also make any applications to the same email address.
Application deadline: Monday 3rd June 2019
Interviews: Wednesday 5th/ Thursday 6th June 2019
Keep Hatch Primary School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. An enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check is required.
Pay Scale – Grade 3 SCP 14 (£9.16 per hour), 6.25 hours per week, part time and term time only.
We are looking for caring and patient candidates to join our supportive team of Lunchtime Assistants. In this role, any successful applicants would supervise and ensure the welfare of the children during the lunchtime period. Responsibilities also include supporting the behaviour of the children and ensuring they are engaged in suitable and enjoyable play time activities. This role also includes the set up and tidying of the hall including putting out the tables and chairs for lunch, and overseeing the pupils whilst they eat and clear away their plates.
Experience of working in a school is desirable but not essential. On-the-job training will be provided.
Please be advised that applications will be reviewed upon receipt and interviews arranged accordingly so timely applications are recommended.
We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.
This post is subject to an enhanced DBS check.
If you are interested in applying for this position please complete the Support Staff application form.
Contact: Mrs Pauline Leek firstname.lastname@example.org 0118 978 4859
Please see our Lunchtime assistant Job Description for further details.