Warning - This Vacancy is now Closed!
St Peter's are looking for the right class teacher to join our team from September. You must know that you are already a great teacher who wants to develop into a truly inspirational one in the next phase of your development.
At St Peter’s we genuinely believe that everyone is a learner and all our teachers commit to refine their practice through joint lesson studies, educational research and continued professional development.
Recently judged by the Real Schools’ Guide as the 21st best school in Kent, our standards and expectations are high, and yours must be too.
You could be near the start of your career or come with a proven track record of success – we want to see what you can bring to St Peter’s.
There is the potential for a TLR if your expertise or leadership experience dovetails precisely with our needs.
Set in its own leafy grounds between Broadstairs and Margate, St Peter's is a three form entry, over-subscribed junior school, rightly judged as Good with Outstanding features by our recent Ofsted and SIAMS inspections.
Our children thrive academically, sportingly, dramatically, artistically, socially and spiritually.
Contact Caroline da Costa or Claire Robey on 01843 861430 to arrange your visit.
Closing date is 12 noon on Tuesday 18th April.
Our Ofsted inspection in 2015 judged St Peter's to be a Good school with Outstanding Features and for the last three years we have been amongst the highest achieving schools in the local area. We pride ourselves on our strengths in art, music, sport and drama where our specialist teachers and performance spaces enable children to really excel.
Although the school was established in 1694 our present building is much newer, having been opened by the Archbishop of Canterbury in 1998. We have good links with our local secondary schools and each year send about twice the Thanet average on to grammar school. The majority of our children join us in Year 3 from Callis Grange Infants with whom we have a linked admissions policy.
We have a warm and caring environment where all children, parents and staff work together as part of a positive learning culture, which enables our children to grow and learn in an atmosphere of true care and respect and develop into young people of whom we can be genuinely proud. This is through the combination of high quality teaching and pastoral care, rooted in our strong Christian values. These values and traditions help children to gain an understanding of society today and help us to prepare them well for life in modern Britain.
Our ‘all round’ curriculum means St Peter’s children flourish academically, artistically, musically, dramatically and on the sports field. We work hard to help each and every child to fulfil their potential as we believe that there is success in every child.
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