Class Teacher

Hours: Full-time Salary: Main scale

Are you an inspiring and creative teacher?
Do you want to work in a beautiful environment with creative and motivated children?

Ofsted December 2018: Good

Ofsted November 2014:

Early Years: Outstanding;

Teaching and Learning: Good;

Achievement: Good;

Behaviour and Safety: Good;

Leadership and Management: Outstanding.

The governors of Fitzjohn’s Primary School are looking for an inspirational practitioner to join our very popular and successful school. We serve a diverse community all working together with a common aim: to provide an environment where everyone can succeed.

Applications are welcome from experienced and newly qualified teachers.

The successful candidate will:

  • Have high expectations of the pupils and themselves;
  • Be an outstanding and creative practitioner;
  • Have excellent subject knowledge;
  • Work well in a team;
  • Have an ability to plan and deliver an outstanding curriculum.

 Ofsted 2014: “There are strong relationships between adults and pupils.”

The school will provide:

  • Excellent staff and governor support;
  • Pupils with excellent attitudes to learning;
  • Enthusiastic and hardworking staff;
  • A tailored CPD programme.

Ofsted 2014: “The headteacher and deputy headteacher are outstanding role models. Their pursuit of excellence inspires pupils, staff, governors and parents and carers to do their very best for the school community.”

Please phone or email for further information.

Visits are welcomed and encouraged.

Fitzjohn’s 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. The successful applicant’s appointment will be subject to satisfactory clearance by the DBS.

Please note that references will be requested after shortlisting and prior to observations/interview.

Due to the anticipated number of applications we are afraid that it may not be possible to contact unsuccessful candidates.

Teaching observations: w/b 29 April and w/b 6 May

Interviews: (Following successful observations) w/b 13 May

Start date: 1 September 2019