Teacher, 20 Hours per week – suitable work pattern to be discussed at interview
Fixed Term Contract until 31 August 2021
This is a short-term post funded through the bespoke DFE Covid-19 Catch-Up fund
Post: Main Pay Scale (not suitable for NQTs)
The successful candidate will take on class teaching responsibilities to release the class teacher to work with individuals or small groups.
Are you prepared to go the extra mile in order to achieve the best outcomes for our children?
We are a large, exciting, multicultural and multi faith Church of England Primary School community in the city of Bristol. We wish to appoint a highly motivated and highly skilled teacher who is a team player to work alongside a friendly, enthusiastic and forward thinking team. This is a short-term post funded by the catch-up fund, the successful candidate will take on class teaching responsibilities to release the class teacher to work with individuals or small groups. You would have access to a range of highly individualised professional development opportunities to help you become the best teacher you could possibly be. We are looking for someone who teaches for the right reasons: children only get one chance for a great start to their education.
Do you have the skills, passion, resilience and ambition to make their precious time with us the best it can possibly be?
The successful candidate will:
- Be creative and enjoy making lessons fun in order to inspire, motivate, engage and enthuse our pupils to love learning and aspire for great things;
- Demonstrate real enthusiasm and commitment towards raising standards within a diverse school community;
- Be a team player with excellent communication and interpersonal skills - able to work positively with colleagues and parents;
- Be a great teacher, to enable their class to make excellent progress;
- Have a range of effective positive behaviour management skills based on strong relationships;
- Have a clear understanding and working knowledge of the National Curriculum as well as high expectations for children’s outcomes;
- Be able to contribute to the broader life of the school as well as making every day learning engaging;
- Positively promote inclusion and have high expectations for all children;
- Be resilient and hardworking and eager to learn, share and develop their practice;
- Be supportive of the values and aims of a CofE Primary School.
- Have experience of teaching across the primary age range.
- Have flexibility to work across other DBAT sites, if required to do so.
At Fishponds CE Academy, we can offer you:
- An exciting, diverse, multi-cultural, multi-lingual and multi faith community (it really is a great place to work);
- Fantastic, enthusiastic, well behaved and engaging children who are keen to learn;
- Brilliantly supportive staff, parents and governors;
- A highly skilled partner teacher to work with as part of a wider team;
- A range of colleagues to work with and to share expertise with in our local cluster of Academies;
- A real commitment to your professional development;
- The opportunity to use your skills to make positive change.
For more information about our school, do visit our website.
Fishponds CE Academy is part of the Diocese of Bristol Academies Trust. Please see their website for more information and how our schools fits into the Trust.
Applications must be completed and submitted through the e-teach online form before 12pm on Wednesday, 18th November 2020.
We very much look forward to your application.
Mrs Debbie Coker
Shortlisting: Thursday, 19th November 2020
Interviews: Wednesday, 25th November 2020
We value diversity and welcome applications from all groups. Men and colleagues from minority ethnic groups are currently under-represented on our staff. We are committed to safeguarding the welfare of children and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. All appointments will be subject to appropriate vetting, including an enhanced DBS disclosure check.
Fishponds CE Academy 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. An enhanced DBS check is required for successful applicants.
We value diversity and welcome applications from all groups. Men and colleagues from minority ethnic groups are currently under-represented on our staff.