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05/05/17 Foundation/KS1 Teacher - September 2017, Permament Full Time


Location of Role: Marchwood C of E Infant School

Contract/Hours: Permanent contract (full-time)

Key Stage: Foundation Stage / KS1

Job Start Date: 1st September 2017

Closing Date: Monday 5th June 2017 (Noon)

Interview Date(s): Wednesday 14th June 2017

Salary Type: Main Pay Range (MPR) Scale

Salary Details: MPR1 – MPR11 £22,467 - £32,835per annum

Hours of Work: FULL TIME

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Job/Person Summary

Our happy and friendly three-form entry Church of England Infant School is looking to appoint an excellent EYFS & Key Stage 1 practitioner to work in our Infant School. You will join our enthusiastic and dedicated team of professionals in the role of class teacher, who collectively have the vision, drive and dedication to develop children as life-long learners. The posts will be inclusive of personal Planning, Preparation and Assessment (PPA) time.

The successful candidates must demonstrate:

A commitment to high quality teaching and learning

A passion for helping children to become independent and motivated learners

Excellent communication and organizational skill

A commitment to being a good team member

A commitment to support the distinctive values and ethos of a Church School

We will offer an educational setting, which believes in making learning fun for children within a Church School environment. Our mission statement is based on ‘Learning for Life’. Both adults and children strive towards this endeavour.

Application Procedure

The school is closed between May 29th 2017 and 2nd June 2017 due to half term. However an application form can be downloaded from this site or requested from the school office by email during term time Visits to the school are encouraged and viewed as an important opportunity to ask questions. Visits can be booked from the 8th May 2017. Please phone the school on 02380 868819 to arrange an appointment to view the school.

Marchwood C of E Infant School and Hampshire County Council are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people. The school expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment and be proactive in ensuring the welfare and safety of children is met. We will ensure that all our recruitment and selection practices reflect this commitment. All successful candidates will be subject to Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) checks along with other relevant employment checks. No offer of employment will be given until all safeguarding checks have been completed.