Full time - term time plus specified days
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M1 - M6 (£25,714 - £36,961)
Schools - Teaching
Wilton Primary Academy
Required: September 2021
Salary: M1 to M6 (£25,714 to £36,961)
Hours: Full Time
Reporting to: Deputy Head of Academy/Executive Head Teacher
Wilton Primary Academy is a thriving learning community of 60 pupils aged 3-11 years. We are seeking to appoint an enthusiastic and committed Key Stage 2 teacher to join the academy as part of Tees Valley Education Multi Academy Trust. We are looking for an innovative and inspirational teacher who can demonstrate best practice in teaching, has high expectations for all children and has a good knowledge of the KS2 curriculum and assessment. We require a teacher who can demonstrate a proven impact on KS2 outcomes both academically and pastorally.
We have a committed and hardworking staff team who play an active role in driving school improvement and ensuring our children enjoy the best of what we have to offer. You will be able to make a valuable contribution by participating in the team-working ethos of the academy within our small team of staff and across the Redcar & Cleveland partnership of Dormanstown and Wilton under the executive leadership of both academies.
Wilton Primary Academy can offer you:
• an excellent learning environment
• dedicated pupils who love coming to the academy and are encouraged to be the best they can be
• a forward-thinking approach to education
• a passionate and high performing team of professionals within the academy and across the Trust to learn from
• an enthusiastic and supportive Executive Head Teacher and Deputy Head of Academy who put the interests of the children first and are committed to the continual improvement of the academy
• an opportunity to be part of working parties across the partner R&C academies of Dormanstown and Wilton and the Trust within your areas of interest
• career enhancement opportunities within areas of interest
We are looking for teachers who demonstrate the aptitude to be excellent practitioners through embedding science of learning into pedagogical practices and provision. The successful candidates will join our supportive team ethos and join us on the exciting journey ahead towards excellence.
Tees Valley Education Trust is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children. All appointments will be subject to a satisfactory enhanced DBS check.
Applications are invited from prospective candidates who are able to demonstrate that they are able to meet the essential criteria set out in the person specification and who have the vision, values and tenacity to join our team and help continue the journey towards excellence. Visits to the academy are actively encouraged and should be arranged by contacting the academy office. During the visits, masks will be provided and there will be no access to classroom bubbles.
Visits can be arranged by appointment with the academy office, 01642 453374 on the following dates and times:
Tuesday 4th May, 3:30 p.m.
Thursday 6th May, 11:30 a.m.
Wednesday 12th May, 3:30 p.m.
Monday 17th May, 9:00 a.m.
If you have any queries about the application process or the position please feel free to contact Mrs Sara Hood, Deputy Head of Academy on 01642 453374 or email TVEWilton@tved.org.uk
Closing Date: Wednesday 19th May 9:00 a.m. Interview Date: Thursday 27th May
HOW TO APPLY:
Application packs can be downloaded or printed directly from the Trust website www.teesvalleyeducation.co.uk or requested from the Academy. Only applications on Trust’s official application form will be accepted.
If you are submitting your completed application form by e-mail please be aware that the academy cannot be responsible for any formatting anomalies when printing.
By email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Hand written or electronic printed copies should be posted or hand delivered to the following address for the attention of Mrs Sara Hood:
By post to:
Wilton Primary Academy
The Trust, and its academies, are committed to Safeguarding and Promoting the Welfare of all children. We recognise that some children may be especially vulnerable to abuse e.g. those with Special Educational Needs, those living in adverse circumstances.
The Trust’s Child Safeguarding Policy applies to all adults, including volunteers, working in or on behalf of the Trust.
Everyone who works with children has a responsibility for keeping them safe. No single practitioner can have a full picture of a child’s needs and circumstances and, if children and families are to receive the right help at the right time, everyone who comes into contact with them has a role to play in identifying concerns, sharing information and taking prompt action.