We are seeking a teacher with a proven record of highly successful teaching. The successful candidate:-
either has the potential to be an outstanding teacher, or already is one!
is engaging and creative; bringing learning alive,
is friendly and approachable,
is a team player with good social skills and great ideas,
promotes active parental involvement and links within the community,
is organised, dedicated and hardworking,
has high expectations of themselves and of children,
has an excellent knowledge of the Primary Curriculum
In return we offer you a rapidly developing school with huge ambitions, wonderful children, a dedicated team of staff and supportive parents and Governors.
Visits are welcomed and encouraged.
Application form to be completed and returned to the school office by 5.00pm on 25 November 2016. Please click the links to be taken directly to the recruitment pack and application form.
Interview date: 02 December 2016 (due to the volume of applicants we are not able to respond to every applicant individually, therefore if you have not heard from us by 30 November 2016 you have not been successful in reaching interview stage).
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. All posts subject relevant employment checks and criminal background check via the disclosure procedure.
We are very fortunate to have 2 visitors from India leading 2 art days with the children on 10 and 11 November 2016. This link has been forged following Mr Culham’s trip to India in 2014 and is a great opportunity for the children to learn more about different cultures.
I am pleased to inform you that we have raised a remarkable £454 for our harvest appeal Child.org (Seeds for Africa). The children have been filling up their tubes with money as a reward for doing lots of various tasks at home. If you haven’t yet returned your tube then there is still time. This is a wonderful achievement for a very worthy cause.
On Friday 4 November we are serving a Bonfire menu instead of the fishcake option. If you have not yet ordered a meal for this day then please call into the school office by Wednesday 2 November to complete a booking form. Meal costs £2.40 for KS2 pupils, KS1 pupils have meals under the Universal Free School Meal system.
The first group of children have visited Gore Farm, Trent and have had a brilliant time! They hunted high and low to collect a variety of leaves and foliage to make a ‘woodland collection’, visited the geese, walked through the woods and warmed their hands with a hot chocolate.
The team at Gore Farm made us feel very welcome and we are excited to be going back with more children in the next couple of weeks.
We are looking to appoint a Kitchen Assistant on a fixed term contract from 3 January 2017 until 16 January 2018.
The position is for 10 hours per week , 12.00pm to 2.00pm Monday – Friday, term time only. We are looking for an individual who can assist in providing an effective and efficient catering service. Your main duties will include:
To wash crockery, kitchen equipment and utensils either by hand or operating the dishwasher.
Cleaning of the kitchen including equipment, work surfaces, floors and walls and emptying bins.
Basic preparation of food and assisting with cooking of meals.
You must be motivated, hardworking and have a passion to deliver a high quality service.
We are holding our October Parent Consultation meetings for Reception – Y6 on Tuesday 18 – Thursday 20 October and once again we have our online booking system available for you to book your appointment(s).
There is a link to book online on our home page of our website which will be available and go live from 6 pm Friday 7 October 2016.
We will be holding our Harvest assembly on Friday 14 October at 2.30 pm. We will be collecting food items for The Lord’s Larder and also collecting monetary gifts for Seeds for Africa. More information will be sent out to parents in the next few days.