Thornaby Church of England Primary School,
Tel: 01642 763060
Y6 teacher - maternity cover
Post Y6 teacher
Grade/Band MPS1 – MPS6
Vacancy Hours full time
Contract Type temporary a year
Weekend Working N/A
Application Closing Date Weds 18th May
Interview Date wk commencing 23rd May
Venue for Interview Thornaby Church of England Primary
Start date: 1st Sept 2022 – July 2023
Thornaby Church of England Primary promotes the highest standards for all of our children. The Governors are seeking to appoint an enthusiastic and outstanding teacher to cover maternity leave. This is a temporary position for a year. This is an exciting opportunity for a motivational teacher to join our highly skilled and friendly staff. The position is in Y6. The person must be committed to making learning exciting and be someone who can motivate all children to fully develop their potential. The post will also include elements of Curriculum leadership. Please indicate your curriculum strengths in your application.
Our school environment is a very caring, nurturing one and we value and celebrate the achievements of every child. Any applicant must be able to fully support our Church school ethos.
The successful candidate will be:
• An outstanding classroom practitioner
• Committed to high-standards and expectations
• An enthusiastic and hard-working team member
• Energetic, motivated, positive with a can-do attitude
• Resilient and flexible
• Creative, interesting and willing to take risks
• Personable with a good sense of humour
• Experienced in managing children with a wide range of needs
Visits are warmly welcomed and encouraged. Please contact Mrs Faye Hutt or Mrs Sandie Strachan, in our School Office, to make an appointment.
The school is committed to safer recruitment practice and pre-employment checks will be undertaken before any appointment is confirmed. This post is subject to an Enhanced DBS check.
Application forms and further details are available from the school office on 01642 763060 or via email email@example.com and should be returned to the school