Class teacher required for a welcoming, supportive and ambitious school with happy pupils who are eager to learn.
Are you an exceptional class teacher, a strong team player with high expectations of all, who is committed to supporting all children to succeed?
Come and join our teaching team with a forward thinking and innovative Leadership Team.
At Frimley we are proud of our polite, motivated children, many of whom enter the junior phase with above average levels of achievement. Our ethos is one of care and support where every decision has to impact positively on the children - we really do put our children first.
We have excellent facilities including an all weather playing surface, a magnificent indoor swimming pool, separate multi games area and extensive grounds.
We also have specialist teachers covering performing arts, computing and swimming as part of our enrichment programme, allowing our teachers to take their PPA time together in their year groups, one afternoon each week.
Applications from Newly Qualified Teachers are warmly received. The school offers an excellent NQT induction programme and has a proven record of developing outstanding teachers many of whom have continued their career development into year leader roles within our setting. As an NQT, you would join our NQT induction programme, supported by all staff, and a dedicated mentor. Our NQT programme provides the bridge between Initial Teacher Training and a successful teaching career.
Do not feel that you should have a Christian faith to be part of our team as we welcome all applications.
All teaching posts at our school attract London fringe area allowance.
Our outstanding Leadership Team supports all teachers to develop and excel. Do have a look at our staff testimonials on our website (School Information - Vacancies) to find out what our staff think about working at Frimley.
Applications close: Wednesday 10 June 2020 at 12 noon.
Interviews: Friday 12 June 2020 by video call.
Frimley Church of England School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.
We particularly welcome applications from under represented groups including ethnicity, gender, transgender, age, disability, sexual orientation or religion.