26th November 2021
Cheddar Grove Primary School
£27,600 to £41,604 p.a.
SENCo/Inclusion Lead Start: 1st January 2022 Location: Cheddar Grove Primary School-Bristol Contract: 0.6 FTE Term: Permanent Are you passionate about ensuring SEND children achie ...
Our policy reflects our values and beliefs based on a shared vision of
“Rooted in Joy, Growing Together, Learning for Life”
Cheddar Grove Primary is located on the outskirts of South Bristol near to the main A38 going out of the city.
The school are required to deliver a broad and balanced curriculum that;
Promotes the spiritual, moral, cultural, mental and physical development of pupils at the school and of society
Prepares pupils at the school for the opportunities, responsibilities and experiences of later life
Promotes British values.
At Cheddar Grove children are encouraged to question, discuss, and celebrate their own and other people's values. The children’s opinions and behaviours are regularly challenged through classroom discussions and extracurricular activities, and they are given regular opportunities to showcase their talents and develop a mutual respect for one another.
The school offers children the opportunity to develop their self-knowledge, self-esteem and self-confidence in a variety of ways. This promotes respect and individualism and offer children the opportunities to show initiative and lead in these areas.
At Cheddar Grove children are taught about a range of cultures, beliefs, and traditions through a creative and imaginative curriculum. They are encouraged to respect themselves and others, as well as identify and eliminate any prejudice or discriminative behaviours. Children are taught about a range of beliefs to raise the profile of different cultures within the school.
If you're searching for your next teaching post, why not contact us now? You'll be working at a great school and be part of a friendly, helpful team. We're always interested to hear from enthusiastic, committed teachers!
Cheddar Grove Primary School is part of the Futura Learning Partnership, which is made up of 13 schools who work together to provide exceptional learning opportunities for more than 5,500 children and young people aged two to 19. We have more than 800 staff, whose success and wellbeing is a high priority for us.
We started out in 2014 and have grown to take in primary, secondary and special schools in Bath & North East Somerset, South Gloucestershire and Bristol. This means we can truly say our schools are rooted in their communities, while benefiting from being part of a wider, outward-looking Trust.
Please see our Career Site for further details on the Trust and our vacancies.