Teacher – Key Stage 2 – Permanent
Whinfield Primary School
County Durham, Darlington
Mainscale 2-6 / Upper Pay Scale UPS 1-3
Primary Teacher initially in Key Stage 2
Salary: Main scale 2 – 6 / Upper Pay Scale UPS1-3 (Band 1, Band 2 or Band 3), Required for September 2017
Governors are seeking to appoint an outstanding, enthusiastic and committed class teacher to join our team. You will be primary trained and initially be required to teach in Key Stage 2 . This is a permanent position.
We are seeking a teacher who:
- Is an outstanding teacher who has ability in accelerating progress and raising attainment
- Has a clear vision and understanding of the needs of all pupils in order to ‘close the gap’ in learning
- Has the ability to interpret data and can use this to challenge pupils’ learning
- Can work with parents to provide the very best support for all children
- Is flexible in their approach and can use IT effectively to impact on teaching and learning
- Will support the wider aspects of school life e.g. school clubs and events
- Has ideas and, very importantly, good sense of humour!
If you have the right blend of experience and qualifications and want to join a vibrant and energetic team then we would like to hear from you.
We would warmly welcome all applicants to visit our school. Please contact Mrs Sarah Bailey, to arrange a visit or telephone Mrs Shirley Welsh, Head Teacher for an informal discussion.
This school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.
Further details and an application form are available from the School Office. Application forms must be returned direct to the school at the above address.
Closing date : Monday 22nd May 2017 12.00p.m. (noon)
Supporting documentsApplication Form
Other Supporting Documents:DBC Teacher Application Form Edit Disqualification Declaration Form WHINFIELD Pay Policy 16-17
Whinfield Primary School
Whinfield Primary School is a large primary school situated in the north of the historic town of Darlington. We provide a stimulating and exciting educational experience for 630 pupils aged between 4 and 11 year old. ‘This is a good school where pupils enjoy learning and achieve well.’ Ofsted 2012
Whinfield is a welcoming community which evolves and changes. We believe that education is about expanding our expectations and building on firm foundations. It is critical for our success that every learner is well equipped with a balance of social, moral and academic skills. ‘Pupils rapidly gain self confidence and from reception to year six contribute strongly to their successful learning by above average attendance. ‘Ofsted 2012
We have an effective team who are committed to providing unique, stimulating and interesting learning opportunities to motivate our learners to apply their skills. Our dedicated staff strive to ensure every individual pupil is given the support and opportunities needed to achieve their full potential. At Whinfield Primary School we recognise that we all have a part to play in shaping the future and we are all valued, respected and heard.Visit School Website