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Do you want to join a dynamic and vibrant team?
Do you like working in a team environment? Continuing to learn whilst developing your practice and skills?
This is a fantastic opportunity to become apart of a team where we are keen to cultivate a love of learning and teaching, we value wellbeing and creative learning. If you can make a real difference to children's lives, enjoy challenges and have a commitment to raising achievement this could be the job for you.
We could be just what you are looking for!
Due to some retirements, we are looking to appoint teachers to join our EYFS/KS1 and KS2 teams. We welcome applications from NQTs and more experienced teachers. The posts will hold classroom responsibility within EYFS, KS1 and KS2 and involve working in partnership with the wider school to help our school to continue to develop. We have a range of experienced and new staff who provide a happy and supportive environment for all new stakeholders - adults and children alike.
You will be someone who can help us ensure all our children achieve their potential and who:
• Is passionate about teaching and learning • Has high expectations of children’s progress, attainment and behaviour • Has high personal expectations of their own achievement and professional development • Is creative, energetic and has a good sense of humour.
The successful candidate will also have a clear vision for their part in raising standards and be able to engage, motivate and support pupils, staff and parents, with enthusiasm and sensitivity. Most important of all is to really care for and value our children!
We can offer:
• Happy, highly motivated children who are hungry to learn • Dedicated and enthusiastic staff • Excellent relationships with parents • Supportive governors
A visit to the school as part of the application is encouraged.
The position will be on the Main Pay Scale and for a September start date.
The school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of our children. This post is subject to an enhanced DBS disclosure.
A school was first established in the village of Horton Kirby in 1857 and the present school, which combined the village schools of Horton Kirby and South Darenth, was opened by the Bishop of Tonbridge in 1970. The building consists of eleven classrooms. Adjacent to these are libraries, resource and play areas. The school hall is used for dining, assemblies, gymnastics and games. The roll is currently 284, organised into 10 classes.
The school has developed close links with the community and the Church. Parents are always welcomed into the school and many work alongside the professional staff supporting reading, maths skills, computing, cooking, etc.
We aim to provide a caring, stimulating, well disciplined atmosphere at the school. To this end staff work co-operatively and professionally together to provide for our pupils. As of February 2015, the school has been graded GOOD in all areas by OFSTED. This has been followed up with a GOOD in our SIAMs (Church) inspection March 2016.
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