St. Peter’s Church of England Primary School
33 St. Peter’s Road, Hammersmith, W6 9BA
Tel:020 8748 7756
Job Position: Key Stage 2 Class Teacher
Salary: Main Pay Scale or Upper Pay Scale
Required from: January 2019
St Peter’s is a successful, over-subscribed one-form entry Church of England primary school situated between Ravenscourt Park and St Peter’s Square in the heart of West London. At St Peter’s we hold extremely high expectations for all of our pupils and are committed to ensuring that they are all supported and challenged in order to achieve to their full potential within a broad and creative curriculum.
We are looking to appoint an outstanding teacher to join our dynamic team and welcome applications from experienced teachers with a proven track record of outstanding classroom practice. We can offer continuous professional development; well-motivated, engaging children and a very supportive and caring staff, governor and parental team.
Candidates must be in sympathy with the Christian ethos of the school.
St Peter’s is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. An enhanced DBS disclosure will be required for the successful appointee in accordance with Safeguarding Children and Safer Recruitment in Education legislation.
Visits to the school are encouraged and warmly welcomed. Please refer to our website to learn more about us www.stpetersce.lbhf.sch.uk
Please contact our School Business Manager, Mrs Jo Chapman, for further details firstname.lastname@example.org .
Person Specification – Classteacher
Education and Qualifications
• Qualified Teachers Status
• If not an NQT, to have recent experience of teaching a class, on a full time basis within the UK
• Evidence of continuous professional development
• Display an understanding of and commitment to the safeguarding and child protection
• Have thorough subject knowledge and understand the purpose, structure and balance of the National Curriculum and its requirements
• Display a knowledge of pupil assessment, target setting, tracking pupil progress and record keeping in order to raise standards
• Be committed to equal opportunities and inclusion
• Show evidence of effective curriculum planning, classroom and resource management
• Keep abreast of Government initiatives
• Be an outstanding teacher.
• Display commitment to raising standards and accelerating pupil progress
• Produce detailed planning, which takes into account the needs and abilities of all of the learners and provides challenge for all
• Assess, record and report upon the attainment and achievements of pupils in accordance with the school policies and procedures
• Set clear and review targets for children’s learning
• Provide a learning environment which allows pupils to flourish personally and to achieve highly
• Be sympathetic to and supportive of the school’s Christian ethos
• Develop positive relationships with all members of the school community.
• Be an effective communicator
• Have an exemplary record of attendance and punctuality.
• Hold high expectations of pupils, adults and self.
• Be committed to personal and professional development
• Is reflective and learns from past experiences
• Be motivated, enthusiastic and shows a passions for teaching
• Has a sense of humour and the ability to well as part of a team