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Job description

The Headteacher of a one form entry Primary School located in the Chorley area urgently requires a Year 4 Teacher to begin in school from 23rd April for the remainder of the Summer term covering a gap in staffing. This is a full time Year 4 Class teaching role which has arisen due to an unexpected absence.

The successful applicant is expected to take on the role of full class teacher, class sizes are smaller than most schools and the behaviour in school is exemplary due to the robust behaviour policy that has been implemented by SLT. This is a reputable Primary School serving a pleasant catchment area. The Class Teacher will be expected to lead parent's evenings and write termly reports, due to the circumstance, there is the potential of a longer term post. The school are ideally looking for a fully inducted teacher to take on this temporary post as they do not have capacity to support NQT induction.

In order to be considered, teachers must...

  • Have experience delivering the National Curriculum to children across Key Stage 2.
  • Be an outstanding and inspirational classroom practitioner who can consistently deliver high quality teaching and learning in an engaging way.
  • Have high expectations of pupil's achievements and behaviour.
  • Have knowledge and experience of working alongside children who have Special Educational Needs.
  • Be committed to developing his/her own professional skills.

The pay and working hours:

The pay for this role will be determined by experience. It is expected to fall within the bracket of £100 - £130 per day, based on a 6.5 hour working day. To confirm also, this is a full time role beginning from September 2019.

How to apply:

To apply for this role, you must hold Qualified Teacher Status. You must also be experienced in KS1 and be prepared and committed to raising standards in the classroom. The school will also be looking for a practitioner who is happy to mix with the current staffing team and become 'part of the furniture'.

All applicants will require the appropriate qualifications and training for this role. Please see for details.

All pay rates quoted will be inclusive of 12.07% statutory holiday pay.

Teaching Personnel is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children. All candidates must undertake or have undertaken a valid enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check. Full assistance provided.

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