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Class teacher - summer term 2024

Start date: 08 April 2024

Class Teacher - for the summer term 2024 - EYFS/ KS1 (one term contract)
The Moorlands Primary Federation – The Valley Primary School
Required from April 2024 for the duration of the summer term

An exciting opportunity has arisen to join our wonderful and hard-working school and Trust team as a class teacher of small group of amazing mixed-age children in a beautiful and caring environment.

-Do you want to work with our amazing, appreciative and fantastically-behaved children?
-Are you caring, ambitious, and have a real passion for teaching and making learning fun?
-Do you have high expectations and an eagerness to guide interesting learning experiences?
-Do you want to be an important part of a hard-working team within a Multi Academy Trust of seven small rural primary schools?
-Do you want to work in a beautiful setting, complete with our very own forest school?

We are looking for:
- A happy, talented, dedicated and enthusiastic class teacher;
- A flexible, creative and nurturing practitioner who is committed to building and maintaining an engaging and stimulating environment.
- A kind, hard-working and caring team-player who will contribute to our school, our Multi Academy Trust (The Moorlands Primary Federation), and our wider community;
- A considerate and responsible professional who will keep children safe and communicate  effectively with families/carers and external agencies as appropriate;
- A positive and inclusive team-player with high standards of communication who will work collaboratively and effectively with colleagues and be keen to continue to develop their own skills whilst delivering the curriculum and positively promoting the school and Trust;
- A colleague who will support our small team with extra-curricular activities.
- Someone who will go ‘over-and-above’ to give our children an amazing school experience and keep them safe.

Applications from experienced teachers and Early Career Teachers (ECTs) who have the skills detailed above are equally welcomed.  

Visits to the school are welcome and shall be conducted by the School Leader, Mrs C. Bould, or Executive Principal, Mr A. Brayford. Please contact us (for details see below) to arrange a mutually convenient time to visit during the weeks commencing  26th February and 4th March 2024.

Applications closing date:         Thursday 7th March 2024 at 09:00

Email: cbould@tmpf.staffs.sch.uk               Telephone: 01538 702355 (opt 2)

This school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people/vulnerable adults and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.

This position is subject to a criminal records check from the Disclosure and Barring Service (formerly CRB) which will require you to disclose all criminal convictions.

As part of our recruitment process, we may carry out an online search of shortlisted candidates. Any relevant findings may be explored as an additional element of the interview.
The post is exempt from the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act (ROA) 1974.

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Closing date for application is 07 March 2024

Class teacher - Maternity Cover (May to July 2024)

Start date: 20 May 2024

Class Teacher - for part of the summer term 2024 – Year 6 (short-term maternity cover)

The Moorlands Primary Federation – Bishop Rawle C.E. Primary School

Required from May 2024 for the remainder of the summer term

Salary: £30,000 - £46,525 MPS – UPS (Subject to Teacher's Pay and Conditions – pay award pending)

-Do you want to work with our amazing, appreciative and fantastically-behaved children?
-Are you caring, ambitious, and have a real passion for teaching and making learning fun?
-Do you have high expectations and an eagerness to guide interesting learning experiences?
-Do you want to be an important part of a hard-working team within a Multi Academy Trust of seven small rural primary schools?

We are looking for:

- A happy, talented, dedicated and enthusiastic class teacher;
- A team player to support and reflect our proudly Christian character;
- A flexible, creative and nurturing practitioner who is committed to building and maintaining an engaging and stimulating environment;
- A kind, hard-working and caring team-player who will contribute to our school, our Multi Academy Trust (The Moorlands Primary Federation), and our wider community;
- A considerate and responsible professional who will keep children safe and communicate effectively with families/carers and external agencies as appropriate;
- A positive and inclusive team-player with high standards of communication who will work collaboratively and effectively with colleagues and be keen to continue to develop their own skills whilst delivering the curriculum and positively promoting the school and Trust;
- A colleague who will support our small team with extra-curricular activities.
- Someone who will go ‘over-and-above’ to give our children an amazing school experience and keep them safe.

Applications from experienced teachers and Early Career Teachers (ECTs) are equally welcomed. Please apply using our TMPF Teacher’s Application Form (R6) which is completed in full. For point 8 (Letter of Application), this should be no more than two A4 sides using a font size of 12. Please state: curriculum strengths, interests, and experiences of teaching and learning.

Visits to the school are welcome and shall be conducted by the School Leader, Mrs A. Kirk or Executive Principal, Mr J.Eccles. Please contact us (for details see below) to arrange a mutually convenient time to visit during the weeks commencing  26th February and 4th March 2024.

Applications closing date:    Thursday 7th March 2024 at 09:00

Lesson observations:           between Tuesday 12th to Thursday 14th March 2024

Interviews:                         Friday 15th March 2024

Email: akirk@tmpf.staffs.sch.uk                     Telephone: 01538 702355 (opt 5)

 

This school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people/vulnerable adults and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.

This position is subject to a criminal records check from the Disclosure and Barring Service (formerly CRB) which will require you to disclose all criminal convictions.
As part of our recruitment process, we may carry out an online search of shortlisted candidates. Any relevant findings may be explored as an additional element of the interview.
The post is exempt from the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act (ROA) 1974.

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Closing date for application is 07 March 2024