KS2 Experienced Teacher Required to Lead a Year Group and History.
A helping hand from you - a head start for them.
The Executive Head Teacher and Governing Board are looking to recruit an experienced, dynamic and committed teacher to join our friendly and inclusive school. Lathom Junior School offers a professional development programme to develop your teaching expertise within a supportive environment, a welcoming school with well-behaved, enthusiastic children and diverse opportunities for career development.
The successful applicant should possess inspiring and creative teaching skills and have high expectations of our children, coupled with a passion for high quality teaching. Lathom Junior School welcome a teacher with the drive to maintain and improve teaching standards. We would welcome visits to the school which can be arranged. Please telephone Kelly Grove on 07494281735 or email email@example.com
At Lathom Junior School we are a large five form junior school who believe that all our children deserve the best education we can give them. We work hard to create a successful learning culture which will enable all children to become confident, inspired, and independent leaders of tomorrow. We have developed an ethos where we continually try to spark children’s interest; their quality of learning is central to the school's work and purpose. All children are encouraged to achieve their full potential and celebrate their achievements.
The successful applicant will be a Year Group Leader (YGL) with responsibility for History across the school. As a YGL, you will be the lead practitioner who will work alongside our Assistant Headteachers to ensure high quality teaching, effective use of resources and the highest standards of learning and achievement for all pupils through a creative and rigorous curriculum. In your role, you will develop and support teachers within your team. In return, as part of our KS2 team, you will have the opportunity to work directly with a large team of highly skilled and experienced teachers and intervention staff. Evidence of previous experience and strong practice within Key Stage 2 is an essential requirement for this position as ensuring excellent progress for all children and a good transition to the next part of their learning journey is of the highest importance to our school. We wish to appoint a team player who has an in-depth understanding of how young children learn, possesses excellent communication skills and is committed to ensuring all children meet their full potential. An ability and willingness to contribute to the school’s successful community links, including after school clubs and school partnerships is a requirement.
Start Date: January 2022 or April 2022
Application details are available of the NPW website, TES, Government Recruitment and our school website
- Closing date: Friday 3rd December 2021
- If you are shortlisted, you will be contacted and asked to come in to school to teach a lesson on: Thursday 9 December 2021
- Successful applicants will then be contacted for a further interview on:
Thursday 16 December 2021
How to Apply
Please apply online. For technical difficulties, please contact the Support Team 020 7427 8250. For further information about the role, please contact the school directly.