Vacancies

Teacher of KS2

St Thomas Aquinas Catholic Primary School
A part of Christ the King Catholic Collegiate 

Teacher of KS2
Full Time Permanent Post, Salary Scale – MPS1 to MPS 6 (£23,719 to £35,008, pay award pending)

Start Date: 1st May 2020

We are seeking to appoint a dynamic, enthusiastic, motivated Key Stage 2 teacher to start in May 2020. We are looking for an outstanding classroom practitioner who will fully support the school’s commitment to ensure that all children achieve their full potential.

The successful candidate will:

  • Be supportive of the Catholic ethos of the school
  • Demonstrate a thorough and up to date knowledge of teaching, learning and assessment
  • Have the ability to plan an exciting and challenging curriculum, which engages all learners and meets their needs
  • Possess a positive ‘can do’ attitude
  • Work effectively within a team

We are an ‘Outstanding’ school that offers:

  • A supportive, positive and enthusiastic staff team
  • An excellent teaching and learning environment
  • Enthusiastic, well behaved children who are eager to learn
  • Strong partnerships with parents
  • Excellent professional learning opportunities
  • A school community which is committed to continual improvement, promoting successful outcomes for all.

Please note the closing date for this post is Thursday 5th December 2019 at noon and short listing will take place on the afternoon of 5th December.

Observations and interviews will take place on Wednesday 11th December 2019.

Application packs can be obtained via email to csherratt.sta@ctkcc.co.uk or by contacting Miss Sherratt on 01782 234919. Visits to the school are strongly encouraged and warmly welcomed.

St Thomas Aquinas is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people/vulnerable adults and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.

This position is subject to an Enhanced Disclosure check under the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974. Further details regarding this check are available from schools or by visiting www.dbs.gov.uk