We are a school on a journey and require a leader who possesses an absolute belief in the potential of young people, and the ability to both inspire the children and empower the staff in steering the school towards its ongoing improvement goals.
We will expect the Headteacher to set a culture of high expectations and make sure all pupils are supported and encouraged to aim high and achieve the best they possibly can. For our school community, it is also crucial to continue to develop our vibrant extra-curricular atmosphere and strong pastoral care network.
We believe this role is suitable for leaders who feel ready for the challenge of moving our School forward. If you can see our potential and have the confidence, ambition and vision to grasp it, then this role will provide you with a rewarding opportunity, both in terms of making a difference for the children’s sake and fulfilling your own career aspirations.
We would be delighted to receive your application if this opportunity fulfils your ambitions and welcome applications from all religious denominations. If you would like to visit the school then please contact the School Office (firstname.lastname@example.org or 01923 855631).
The Governing Body is committed to securing the best candidate for this role and we are welcoming applications from all candidates, regardless of faith or religious belief.
Clore Shalom School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people. The post is subject to DBS checks and references will be taken up before interview.
Close Date: 16th May 2016 @ 12.00pm
Interview Date: 25th May 2016
CLASS TEACHER KS1 and KS2 (Full Time)
REQUIRED: SEPTEMBER 2016
SALARY: MAIN PAY SCALE (DEPENDING ON EXPERIENCE)
We are looking to appoint a creative and energetic Teacher to join our school. Are you passionate about learning and want to make learning exciting and challenging, enabling all children to make excellent progress as they begin their learning journey?
If the answer is yes, please apply. We are looking to appoint candidates who are:
- Outstanding practitioners who have expectations of both themselves and their learners and have an excellent understanding of learning and a commitment to working collaboratively
- Able to lead by example and have excellent interpersonal skills
- Well organised, ambitious and hard working
- Keen to learn and develop
- Flexible and eager to embrace development and change
- Able to promote the vision, ethos and policies of the school
In return we offer:
- A high quality learning environment
- Children who love to learn
- Significant T.A support
- Supportive Governors, Parents and Staff Teams
- An opportunity to contribute to our continually developing school.
A visit to the school is highly recommended and can be arranged through the School Office.
We are fully committed to the safeguarding agenda and the post will therefore be subject to an enhanced DBS check and satisfactory references. Any discrepancies regarding employment history will be followed up at interview. Previous employers will be contacted for verification.