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Job Ref: Upper KS2 Teacher
Salary: Main Pay Scale
Required From: June or September 2020
Location: Egerton Church of England Primary School, Stisted Way, Egerton, Ashford, England, TN27 9DR
Telephone: 01233 756274
Are you an experienced, creative and passionate teacher seeking a new challenge?
Egerton Church of England Primary School is a forward thinking school that recognises and nurtures children's personal strengths and talents and creates opportunities to ensure they thrive. Our children are positive and enthusiastic learners and our staff are welcoming, caring, hardworking and supportive.
We have an exciting opportunity for a committed practitioner to teach in upper Key Stage 2. We welcome applications from candidates who have high aspirations and expectations of children and are enthusiastic about promoting a vibrant broad and balanced curriculum for our children. You will be expected to have strong knowledge of the KS2 framework and be confident in all forms of the relevant assessments (including Year 6 SATS).
Our delightful children are polite, enthusiastic and hardworking and we have a welcoming family atmosphere and caring ethos based on Church School Values.
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If you have an enormous passion and drive to take on this exciting opportunity, then we would love to hear from you. Visits to the school are strongly encouraged. Applications from NQTs and experienced teachers are equally welcome.
Set in the heart of beautiful, Kent countryside, Egerton Church of England Primary School is a rural, one form entry primary school with 200 children on roll. Naturally the children are our greatest asset and the school plays a central part in the village community.
We are a voluntary controlled Church of England school, committed to providing the highest quality education for all pupils in an atmosphere where our Christian faith is evident in all we teach and do together. Our aim is to create a community where our core values of perseverance, compassion, respect, forgiveness, honesty and hope are always present. All members – children, teachers, parents, staff and governors - play a key part in building community and we encourage with praise; we teach by example; we lead with respect for all.
We have an enthusiastic and welcoming staff team who are committed to providing a safe and happy environment which nurtures every child, which encourages them to develop their personal talents and which challenges them to achieve the highest academic standard. We believe the induction of new staff members is key, and have training opportunities available both in school and in our alliance of schools in order to support initial practice. We have a very supportive governing body, as well as an active parent association who are keen to help fund improvements in our curriculum and school grounds. We are looking for someone who is willing to join our dedicated team, working alongside other staff to continue moving learning forward.
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