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Bournville Primary School
Weston-super-Mare, North Somerset
Contract Type
Full Time
Start Date
1st September 2024
15th March 2024 11:59 AM
Contract Type
Job ID
Suitable for
ECT (NQT) Graduates
Start Date
1st September 2024
  • Contract Type :Permanent
  • Suitable for: ECT (NQT) Graduates
  • Job ID: 1404801

KS2. Permanent, full time. TMS/UPS

Bournville Primary School, Weston-super-Mare

Make a difference where it matters most.

Are you a teacher with a passion for going beyond the ordinary, a talent for helping children succeed, and a heart for nurturing young minds?

We are looking for a dedicated and ambitious primary school teacher with strong team-working abilities to join our supportive, ambitious and dynamic trust.

Join an energetic and enthusiastic team who are striving towards raising aspirations and achieving the best outcomes for pupils. Bournville is a Nurture school and the ability to develop strong relationships is essential to this role. You will need to be resilient and skilled in behaviour management and SEND strategies. Experience and understanding trauma-informed practice is an advantage, but you can be assured of support in their professional development through a developed instructional coaching program and supportive leadership team. Bournville will be a place where you can develop your role as teacher and leader and make a difference in an amazing community.

We encourage teachers at all stages of their careers to apply for this role, especially those with a passion for making a difference. Early career teachers who share our values and are ready to make an impact are encouraged to apply.

You will:

• teach with passion

• ensure high outcomes for all pupils

• be committed to meeting and exceeding all teaching standards

• have good general knowledge and secure knowledge of the whole school curriculum

• be highly skilled at selecting from and using a wide repertoire of pedagogical approaches

• build strong relationships with pupils, parents, and colleagues

• contribute to the overall success and positive culture of the school

• provide challenge and support to all pupils

• be a role model who influences the attitudes, values and learning behaviours of pupils

Why choose Bournville?

Make a lasting impact: not only will you play a pivotal role in shaping the lives of 30 amazing children, nurturing their curiosity and igniting their passion for learning, but also the wider school community. We are a strong team, with a senior leadership team that is 100% behind their staff.

Personal growth: Bournville is a school that successfully grows leaders and is an amazing place to develop and prepare for future leadership roles for those who want to take their career further.

Challenge and support: we grow good quality teachers by offering a supportive and collaborative environment where you'll receive ongoing professional development and coaching to excel in your career. You’ll work hard but develop as a teacher and make a huge impact in an area of high-deprivation.

Community focus: we are deeply committed to our tight community and the many challenges they face and we work closely with families and partners to ensure every child feels valued and supported.

Investment: we want all of our children to do their best and we also want the same for our school staff team.

What we offer:

• a supportive and collaborative environment where all staff are valued and empowered to achieve their best and always be proud of who they are and what they do

• a central team with education specialists in school improvement, innovation and development, SEND and education welfare

• a diverse and inclusive group of academies where every child is valued and celebrated

• the opportunity to learn new things or develop existing skills with quality, ongoing professional development and a series of career pathways to help you grow and excel in your teaching career

• For more about benefits please go to:

This post is exempt from the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act (ROS) 1974.

Start date From 1 September 2024

Closing date Noon 15 March 2024

Interview date 20th or 21st March 2024


Safeguarding Statement:

Bournville Primary School is part of Extend Learning Academies Network (ELAN) and is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff to share this commitment. All appointments are subject to an enhanced DBS disclosure and satisfactory references. We will be undertaking an appropriate online search for shortlisted candidates. It is an offence to apply for a role that requires regulated activity if you are barred from doing so. Any concerns will be reported immediately to the appropriate body. Our safeguarding policy is available on the school website.
Bournville Primary School

Bournville Primary School

Part of Extend Learning Academies Network

Extend Learning Academies Network