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Are you looking for an exciting new job opportunity with an experienced staff? Do you have experience and a passion to work with SEN children?
We are seeking to appoint an energetic and passionate primary teacher to join our amazing team for September. The successful candidate will be teaching small cohort of Year 6 children who need academic as well as social and emotional development.
At Woodchurch, we share a knowledge and passion for learning and the new teacher should share this vision, love their job and be able to inspire children and staff alike. As an excellent practitioner, you will be a strong team player who specialises in delivering strategic support designed to meet individual needs and give our children the best possible outcomes. We are looking for a teacher who has the creativity and enthusiasm needed to enhance the children’s learning experiences.
In return, we can offer you:
If you feel you have a positive attitude, passionate about inclusion and teaching children with additional needs, we would love to hear from you. Informal visits to the school are essential, as it will give you an opportunity to meet the children and staff and find out more about us, so please contact the school to book an appointment. We look forward to meeting you soon.
Woodchurch CE Primary School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare and safety of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. Enhanced DBS disclosure is required for this post.
Woodchurch Church of England Primary School has 166 children on roll and is situated in the heart of the Kent countryside in the village of Woodchurch, 6 miles from Ashford and 4 miles from Tenterden. We are a school at the heart of the community, that puts children at the heart of everything we do. Our site consists of a mixture of Victorian and modern buildings.
Woodchurch CE Primary School plays a central role within a close knit Christian community. We enjoy a well-established relationship with the wider parish. We are proud of our inclusive, Christian ethos and benefit from strong, mutually supportive links with the local community, church and parents.
As a school we value each individual child and strive to provide a stimulating, learning experience for all our children. We are committed to ensuring that each child achieves their very best whilst in our care.
Our confident and engaging children are key to the welcoming family atmosphere you will find here at our amazing school. Our parents care about their children’s education and we have a very active parent and friends association. You will be supported by a great Governing Body. We have strong links with our collaboration, Tenterden Rural Alliance made up of 12 other schools, including primary, secondary and special schools.
To find out more about us visit our fantastic school website.
Fax: (01233) 860804
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