Start Date: 1 September 2021
Please note as a result of the current Coronavirus (COV-19), dependent on location, some interviews for teaching roles are still going ahead remotely via TEAMS/SKYPE or Zoom
Fixed term till August 2022
We are looking to appoint innovative, passionate and well qualified Primary Classroom Teachers to join us at Kenyngton Manor Primary School. This is a unique opportunity for talented and ambitious professionals to join our team. We are looking for inspirational teachers with ability to create a nurturing learning environment and meet Teacher Standards.
You will be fully supported by the senior leadership team. Our outstanding staff and students make us a great place to work. When you join us, you will be supported and developed through our extensive CPD programme and given effective PPA allocation to allow for a better work/life balance. Working in our school within The Howard Partnership Trust provides a wealth of opportunities to include excellent career progression options. Regardless of your experience or level of responsibility you will have a range of exciting opportunities to ensure you are improving your craft.
Kenyngton Manor Primary School is a two-form entry with a PAN of 60. We have approximately 400 pupils aged 2-11, this includes the part-time pre-school and nursery provision. There are 200 children in the infants including our reception classes and 170 children in the junior department. The nursery/pre-school provisions offers children and families a stimulating, well-resourced base in which to prepare for school readiness. We have excellent facilities, well equipped classrooms and well maintained outdoor play areas. The average class size is 26 and staff work in year group teams to collaboratively plan and deliver high quality lessons. Teaching assistants are highly skilled and play a critical role is supporting teachers and play a critical role in securing outstanding progress in pupils’ learning.
We offer an excellent NQT Welcome Payment of £2,000 (conditions apply) and a supportive programme with a mentor and reduced timetable.
Ofsted November 2016:
• Leaders have high aspirations for the school. They work with passionate determination, successfully improving the school since it became an academy
• Staff feel that they are supported in their professional development. All feel the school is well led and managed. Staff morale is high
• Teaching is effective. It ensures that all groups of pupils make good progress across a range of subjects
• The school’s work to promote pupils’ personal development and welfare is good
• Pupils typically behave well in lessons and around the school. Pupils become increasingly self-confident and self-aware in this very caring, welcoming environment
Tours to the school are warmly welcomed, if you would like to request a tour of the school, or meet with us informally before applying, then please email the Recruitment Team.
THPT value their staff very highly, as reflected in the excellent retention rates across the Trust. THPT also operate an extensive Rewards and Benefits Scheme that includes Loyalty & Service Awards, consideration of relocation packages, travel allowances and grants, access to discount schemes and membership of the Teacher Pension Scheme.
For more information on Kenyngton Manor Primary School and working within The Howard Partnership Trusts and what we can offer please visit our web site.
Interviews may happen earlier than the closing date by mutual agreement, early applications are encouraged.
Employment is subject to a satisfactory enhanced disclosure from the Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS).
The Howard Partnership Trust is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.
Our Vision is to excel at ‘bringing out the best’ in young people of all abilities and aptitudes, and so increase their life chances for their future success and fulfilment.
As part of our standard recruitment procedure, we would draw your attention to the fact that the school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.
The successful candidate will be subject to a satisfactory enhanced disclosure from the Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS).