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Class Teacher EY Lead

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Contract Type:
Working Pattern:
Full time
Advert Start Date:
Advert End Date:
Closed for applications on 20/04/2018 23:59
M1 £22,916 - M6 £33,838 plus TLR2a
Job Category:
Schools - Teaching
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Employment Location:
Peterlee, Co. Durham

Job details 

Closing date:
20 Apr

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This job is closed for applications.

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Class Teacher
Early Years Phase Lead

Required from 01 September 2018 – 31 August 2019

Permanent M1 – M6 plus TLR 2a

We are seeking applications from talented EY Teachers interested in contributing to the development of our Early Years Phase at Dene House. We are looking for a capable and motivated Qualified Teacher who will be able to support, hold to account, develop, challenge, motivate and lead the Early Years Phase Team to:

• Set high expectations that inspire, motivate and challenge team members to develop a dynamic team.
• Promote good progress and outcomes for pupils by creating, maintaining and developing a progressive, modern and
  forward thinking phase.
• Make a significant contribution to the Senior Leadership Team and continued improvement of the school.
• Lead and co-ordinate accurate assessment.
• Maximise pupil and parental engagement.
• Demonstrate good subject and curriculum knowledge with regard to what constitutes high quality early years
  educational provision.
• Prepare and present accurate and coherent accounts of pupil progress, attainment and the use of premium
• Instil and maintain an ethos and vision to secure outstanding teaching, learning and pupil outcomes for all children in
  the phase.
• Be committed to valuing every child and ensure everyone in the team shares that view.
• Actively be involved in ensuring the very best outcomes for every child putting the needs and welfare of children above
  ;all else.
• Engage actively and positively with parents, Trust colleagues and third party professionals.
• Contribute to day to day leadership as necessary.
• Ensure whole school policy is adhered to within the phase without exception.
• Embrace available expertise from Trust colleagues show a commitment to working collaboratively within the Trust.

Equality & Diversity - Tudhoe Learning Trust and Dene House Primary School are committed to providing opportunity for all and creating a balanced and diverse workforce that represents the community it serves. We value representation from all communities and groups.

Safeguarding - This role is subject to The Childcare Act 2006 and The Childcare (Disqualification) Regulations 2009 therefore any offer made will be subject to a Disqualification by Association Declaration being made prior to taking up appointment. The Trust is committed to promoting the welfare of and safeguarding all children in its schools and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment without exception. This post is subject to satisfactory references and you will be required to apply for an enhanced DBS.

For more information about the role, school or Trust please contact Debbie Turnbull, Acting Head Teacher or Mrs Kimberley Ivory, Trust HR Manager at office@tudhoelearningtrust.co.uk.

Applications must be completed on a Trust application form (attached) or can be obtained from and should be returned to Mrs Kimberley Ivory at office@tudhoelearningtrust.co.uk.

Tudhoe Learning Trust practices safer recruitment and CVs cannot be accepted.

Closing date for applications is 20 April 2018

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