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The Governing Body of St. Thomas' Catholic Primary School (Voluntary Aided) are looking to employ a qualified Teacher on a full time, fixed term contract until August 2020. Please note, this role is not suitable for NQTs.
This role will primarily involve covering class teacher's PPA across the school, as well as interventions with pupil premium pupils. The successful candidate will be expected to take on subject leadership - please detail your areas of expertise/interests within your application form.
This is a great opportunity for someone who is keen to develop within a school family which is a friendly and culturally diverse Catholic community. Applicants do not need to be of the Catholic faith but must be supportive of the ethos of the school.
We are looking for someone who:
In return, we can offer:
At St. Thomas' Catholic Primary School, we see it as our role to develop and nurture the 'whole child', whilst recognising their unique qualities that each individual brings to our community.
Visits to the school are strongly recommended (only during term time). Please contact Jack Devine for an appointment: email@example.com.
Please apply using the Catholic Education Service application form and associated documents, all of which are available as part of this advert for downloading and completing. Please email completed forms to firstname.lastname@example.org.
St Thomas' Catholic Primary School is a Voluntary-Aided school (we are not part of a multi-academy trust).
We are a dedicated and committed team of staff who enjoy close links with our parents and the church. We often refer to ourselves as a 'school family', committed to academic quality, personal and spiritual development and high standards of behaviour and respect in a caring environment.
We are a one-form school and currently have a roll of 210 pupils, organised into 7 year groups, Foundation Stage through to Year 6.
The school had an Ofsted inspection in January 2016, when the school was graded as 'Outstanding' in all areas. In the Ofsted report, the inspector commented “The behaviour of pupils is outstanding. Pupils are polite, courteous, friendly and supremely self-assured. Most possess levels of self-confidence unusual for their age”.
Our successful Ofsted inspection is allowing us to think more creatively about the opportunities we are providing for our pupils; for example - we host a DT day towards the end of each term whereby the normal school day collapses and the pupils engage in planning, designing, making and evaluating their products.
As a team of dedicated teachers and support staff, we are extremely proud of how our pupils develop academically, spiritually, morally and socially. Ofsted went on to say: "The school's Catholic heritage provides a framework for this exceptionally inclusive culture and ethos. Pupils are expected to treat each other as they expect to be treated themselves."
This has also been validated by our S48 RE Inspection graded 'Outstanding', March 2017.
Please visit our website to learn more about our school family.
Fax: 01227 459655
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