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Year 4 Teacher in GOOD Accrington School

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Job description

Challenging catchment area

GOOD School

Full time Year 4 teaching role

The Head teacher of a friendly Accrington Primary School would like to appoint a highly skilled, enthusiastic and dedicated classroom teacher to be part of a job share arrangement in a Year 4 class.

The School possesses a strong and passionate team who are capable of moving the school from GOOD to OUTSTANDING, they are therefore looking for an individual who holds the following capabilities:
- A teacher who is passionate about learning and uses a range of teaching styles to get the most out of their children.
- A teacher with strong classroom management skills and a range of behaviour strategies.
- Someone who is committed to providing challenge and opportunity to all children, using well planned lesson content to stimulate the children's learning.
- A teacher who has high expectations for all the children in the classroom
- A person who can develop excellent positive relationships with all members of the community and staff across the school.
- A teacher who is dedicated to ensuring excellent progress for all children and is able to monitor this and use pupil progress meetings to deliver the progress to the Head teacher and the KS2 teacher.

The School can offer the following
- A hardworking and dedicated team across the whole school who are able to support you in your transition into school.
- A very welcoming and supportive culture where learning is placed at the heart of all we do
- A strong commitment to continuing CPD in all areas with support for learning within school; you will be expected to attend additional INSET days and possibly lead a subject
- A reflective school with a strong Christian background which is key to the relationships built with the local community.

If you are a newly, recently or fully inducted teacher than you will be considered for this role. You must hold QTS and have a passion for raising standards in the classroom. As part of the vetting process with Teaching Personnel, you will be expected to provide a career history where we can take at least two references from your most recent employers. You will also be expected to present your DBS, this must be registered with the update service.

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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