Pay Scale MPS
Fixed Term Position
At Charlton Wood Primary, we teach for mastery through explicit instruction across our curriculum. As we prepare to enter our 4th year of growth, our approach to teaching and learning is now well embedded across the school and is consistently leading to high standards of achievement for our pupils. The successes of our pupils come as a result of a relentless and shared approach to achievement for all from the entire staff team who are united in the belief that all children can, and will, succeed as a result of high-quality teaching from passionate and caring professionals. Our school team approach is encapsulated in our school vision ‘Working together to grow confident, ambitious learners’.
In order to support you to deliver our pedagogical approach, we offer a comprehensive professional development package based in evidence informed research using an instructional coaching model so that you can be successful in your career.
In addition to meeting the teachers’ standards, we are specifically looking for someone who:
- is passionate about teaching and learning and knows there is always more to learn in order in order to become the most effective teacher you can be
- is reflective about their own teaching - using evidence informed research to develop their craft
- embraces a mastery approach to teaching and learning in all subject areas
- wants to work with, and learn from, other teachers and leaders in our school and the Trust that we belong to
- is willing to go the extra mile for our pupils and their families
In addition to normal teachers’ pay and conditions we will offer the successful candidate:
- a brand-new fully resourced building with beautiful grounds
- 100 hours of professional development each year
- 0.5-1 day per term of leadership time to help you to support other teachers to deliver excellence
- a bespoke training plan to enable you to deliver excellent outcomes and progress in your career
- a solution focussed team who work together closely to deliver the best for our community
- a supportive leadership team with a proven track record of whole school improvement who will support you to be successful
- a commitment to reducing unnecessary workload so that you are able to focus on improving outcomes
- regular opportunities to network, moderate with and work with other teachers in the Trust
- extremely supportive parents who are keen for their children to do well
- access to an Employee Assistance Programme
The Head Teacher, Neil Lankester, will be holding online open events or for those who wish visits afterschool/ during the day. Attendance at one of these meetings is strongly encouraged so that you are able to understand more about our school, our approach and to ask lots of questions!
If you would like to attend an online event prior to application please see the school website for more details.
Information about Endeavour Academy Trust
Endeavour is a forward looking primary focussed Multi Academy Trust. We currently have four very popular schools, Henbury Court Primary Academy, Little Mead Primary Academy, Fonthill Primary Academy in North Bristol and Charlton Wood Primary Academy in South Gloucestershire. Endeavour Academy Trust is an inclusive and collaborative group of schools with ambition for every child, and where every child can achieve the highest possible standard.
Endeavour teachers receive strong professional support with opportunities to develop across the trust. Our focus on collaboration means that everyone is part of a team. Within Endeavour, we develop our own leaders. If you are ambitious and prepared to work hard, we will support your career development and help you to be successful.
Closing date: Friday 10th June at 9am
Interviews: Week beginning 13th June
Charlton Wood Primary Academy is
part of the Endeavour Academy Trust, which 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. You can find our
Child Protection Policy on the trust's website: http://www.endeavouracademytrust.org.uk
We particularly welcome applications from under represented groups including ethnicity,
gender, transgender, age, disability, sexual orientation or religion.