Year 6 Class Teacher
Start Date: January (Spring Term) 2013
Full Time Permanent
Main Pay Scale
Head Teacher – Steve Parry
Required for January 2013
The governors of St Ann’s Well Academy are looking to appoint an outstanding practitioner to teach our Year 6 class from January 2013
St Ann’s Well Academy is an exciting, inner-city primary school dedicated to improving the life-chances of all its children.
We are part of the L.E.A.D. Academy Trust - a dynamic cluster of schools committed to working collaboratively to deliver the best outcomes for all children.
We are looking for a talented individual who:
- is an outstanding classroom teacher;
- has high expectations of pupil progress;
- is an excellent team player;
- can communicate effectively;
- have a positive and forward thinking outlook .
In return the successful candidate will:-
- be part of a welcoming team of talented professionals who have high expectations of all children;
- be supported through L.E.A.D.’s high quality training and coaching,
- be part of a forward thinking academy;
-be working with motivated, friendly and well behaved children.
St Ann’s Well Academy is part of the L.E.A.D Teaching School Alliance and, as such, a high level of school to school support is available to further staff development.
We are currently in the process of re-structuring our responsibilities and a TLR may be available for an outstanding candidate for this post.
As part of our commitment to personalising learning and challenging every child to reach the highest possible standards, we employ specialist intervention teachers for Literacy and Numeracy in order to run target groups. This results in small group size allowing more targeted teaching. Group size in Literacy and Numeracy for the current Y6 cohort is 11.
All staff benefit from the availability of free private health care as part of the package offered by the L.E.A.D Academy Trust.
Our Governors have chosen to pay Nottingham City’s Workplace Parking Levy Charge on behalf of our employees.
This school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people. This post is subject to an enhanced CRB disclosure.
The Head of School, Peter Hillier, is happy to discuss the vacancy with potential candidates. Visits to the school are warmly welcomed and actively encouraged and ideally should be between 9am and 3pm so that you can see us at work.
To make an appointment or to discuss the post further, please contact the school on 0115 9155808
Application forms and further details are available by email at:
Closing date – 8th October at 10am.
Interviews to be held during the week beginning 15th October
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