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Racing Driver, Farmer, Ice-Cream lady and Super Hero…………..these are some of the jobs our children want to have when they grow up. Could you be one of the important people in their lives to help them achieve these ambitions? The children want a teacher who challenges them with motivating lessons, who is cheerful, caring and energetic! The grown-ups are looking for a skilled, enthusiastic, team player who understands what good learning is to join our team. Quite a list, but could it be you?
Having recently been graded as GOOD by Ofsted, we are looking for someone who can help us move towards our goal of being outstanding.
The school is well resourced and set in fantastic grounds and is convenient to Maidstone and the M20. Children come to the school ready to learn, they behave well and have supportive parents. You will need to come and visit us to meet the future racing drivers and farmers to fully appreciate this opportunity. Please make an appointment to visit or telephone the Headteacher for further information and tell you about the recent developments at the school. We look forward to hearing from you.
Applications are invited from NQTs and experienced staff.
Palace Wood Primary School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children. In order to ensure the ongoing safety of our children, applicants must be willing to undergo child protection screening appropriate to the post, including reference checks with previous employers, a 'Right to Work' in the UK check and an enhanced DBS check.
Palace Wood is a popular two-form entry primary school situated in a pleasant residential area on the western outskirts of Maidstone. Our children are motivated happy learners, they enjoy school and behave well. We are lucky to have supportive parents and governors and a staff who are very friendly and caring. We are well known for our sporting achievements and we pride ourselves in being innovative and creative in carrying out our shared vision. We have a commitment to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children.
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