KS2 Intervention Teacher
Start date: As soon as possible until July 2021 Vision: A place for all to flourish Mission: To empower and inspire a community of lifelong learners by providing an education of the head, heart and hands in order to change our world for the better. Values: Aspiration - Kindness - Contribution - Enjoyment - Resilience - Growth Our children are incredible. So are our teachers. St Peter's is a very popular Junior School located in the large village of Ruddington in the borough of Rushcliffe; 5 miles south of Nottingham and within a few miles of the Leicestershire border. As a school, we believe that it is our mission, our moral purpose, to develop our pupils as the leaders of tomorrow. To enable this, we do all we can to equip them with the knowledge and tools that will allow them to build the world as it should be. We are currently looking for a teacher to provide targeted support for pupils in Year 6. This will be through corrective teaching and interventions in order to ensure learning gaps in our pupils' knowledge and skills are being quickly addressed. You will be joining a forward thinking staff team who work together to embrace new initiatives to drive school improvement. Our staff are welcoming and supportive who love working collaboratively together. We believe that we are stronger when we are together. Our staff are passionate about making a real difference and have the children at the heart of all they do. The successful candidate will be: Experienced in teaching upper KS2; Committed to working as part of a Year 6 team with our three fantastic class teachers; Aligned to our values and committed to our mission; Driven by high expectations and the belief in every child's unlimited potential Enthused about inspiring a love of learning amongst our pupils. Our school offers: A beautiful site with exceptionally spacious indoor and outdoor learning environments. A determined commitment to pupils' academic achievement, welfare and wellbeing. The opportunity to work as part of an experienced and welcoming team. A very supportive school community and appreciative parents. Delightful pupils with fantastic attitudes to learning. Potential candidates for this role are warmly invited to visit the school or to contact the headteacher for an informal conversation by emailing To apply, please complete the enclosed application form including Section 5 and return to Closing date - Thursday 5th November at 12 noon Interviews - Week commencing 9th November. Additional Documentation 19.10 St Peters Junior School - KS2 Intervention Teacher.doc - 51KB Converted File 19.10 St Peters Junior School - KS2 Intervention Teacher.pdf - 104KB Additional Documentation 19.10 St Peters Junior School - KS2 Intervention Teacher Letter.docx - 230KB Converted File 19.10 St Peters Junior School - KS2 Intervention Teacher Letter.docx.pdf - 208KB &bul;; We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and we expect all staff to share this commitment and undergo appropriate checks. &bul;; All posts in Primary, Secondary and Special Schools are subject to an enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service check. All posts in schools, unless stated otherwise, are suitable for a job share arrangement. &bul;; The County Council welcomes applications from all, irrespective of gender, marital status, disability, race, age or sexual orientation for posts within County and Controlled Schools and in Colleges. If you have previously started an application form for this vacancy, please login and select "Your applications" by clicking on the dropdown at the side of your username, then select the relevant vacancy to continue with your application.
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