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Year 4 Class Teacher

Year 4 Class Teacher

  • Location

    Stevenage

  • Sector:

    Junior

  • Job type:

    Teacher

  • Salary:

    MPS

  • Contact:

    Bradley Green

  • Contact email:

    bradleyg@stepteachers.co.uk

  • Job reference:

    A256027

  • Published:

    over 1 year ago

  • Expiry date:

    2019-08-31

We are urgently seeking to recruit a Year 4 class teacher for a contract position in one of our exclusive partner schools in the Stevenage area. The role of a Year 4 class teacher is set to commence in March and will be a temporary contract position in the first instance.

As a Year 4 class teacher you must consistently to uphold the following;

  • You should have a teaching qualification suitable for primary education.
  • Applications are welcome from experienced Year 4 primary teachers of either Key Stage who can demonstrate recent and positive references.
  • You will have held at least one teaching position within the primary curriculum.
  • It is vital that you can demonstrate experience of planning and teaching all subjects in the primary curriculum as a Year 4 teacher.

This is a growing and inclusive primary school that has demonstrated rapid improvement over recent years, achieving an Ofsted rating of ‘good’. High value is placed on its strong links with the local community and the Leadership Team work closely with parents to ensure that all of the pupils achieve. Staff and pupils alike are proud of their school community, treating each other with mutual respect and displaying tolerance of each other’s differences. Pupils take on the roles of buddies, trained mentors, ambassadors and school councillors, which supports the ‘pupil led’ learning initiatives central to the ethos of the School. The Head Teacher and Governors have a strong commitment to developing staff and offer amazing support and opportunities for career development.

An integral facet of the School’s ethos is that success is a powerful motivator and that student achievements have positive implications for all areas of learning in terms of raised self-confidence, independence and ambition. Similarly, the spiritual and cultural aspects of learning are an important part of the life of the School, to which all areas of the curriculum and school community contribute. Students are encouraged to reflect upon tolerance, specialised understanding, respect and compassion and have an understanding of right and wrong.

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