Classroom Teacher

Classroom Teacher
  • Full Time
  • Dartford
  • 30/05/2024

Temple Hill Primary Academy

St Edmunds Rd
Scale: Main Pay Scale
Job Summary: Temple Hill Primary Academy are looking for a Key Stage 2 Teacher to join a vibrant, hard-working, excellent team of teachers.

Temple Hill Primary Academy are looking for a Key Stage 2 Teacher to join a vibrant, hard-working, excellent team of teachers. A 4 or 5 day working week will be considered for the right candidate, dependant on experience.

Temple Hill Primary Academy- What is our school like?

A place where people feel safe and at home and all voices are heard
A celebratory culture where children want to come to school and do well
Children may get muddy at lunchtimes or build a Lego super city, playgrounds and playing fields are exciting so no one wants to miss lunchtime with a detention 
 What can we offer you?

Planning shared between 4/5 teachers in each year group, with a great start to build from
Support wherever we can from admin and SLT- 
Two family days
An innovative group of adults where ideas are welcome
An expectation that you have to work hard to deliver what our children deserve
A focus on planning and feedback as opposed to arduous
Opportunity to develop within the school and the wider Trust
Staff wellbeing matters to us- we have plenty of laughter along the way
 Skills for the job itself:

We work in deprivation, so you will need to genuinely care about improving life chances
We are open to newly qualified or highly experienced teachers
High standard of Maths, English and a passion for a Curriculum subject is required
Positive team players who are resilient, adaptable and understanding should apply
Temple Hill Primary Academy has nearly 900 pupils from Nursery to Year 6. We have high staffing ratios with teachers, associate teachers (TAs), apprentice associate teachers, mentors (from a sporting background) and HLTAs across all year groups.

We have a Specialist Resource Provision for children with Speech & Language needs (SLCN). We also offer a short- and medium-term Nurture placements for children with Social, Emotional, Mental Health (SEMH) difficulties and a beautiful Waves class who have autism. 20% of children have special needs and 40% of children receive Pupil Premium funding, we pride ourselves on the high-quality provision we offer to all children especially those in vulnerable groups.

We have a dedicated supportive work force on all levels and every staff member is valued at our school. We have excellent opportunities for growth within our school and the wider Trust.

If you’ve read this advert and feel this could be for you, we welcome your application. We always recommend a visit to say hi where possible!

The Golden Thread Alliance is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. This post is exempt from the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 and the amendments to the Exceptions Order 1975, 2013 and 2020 and therefore is subject to an Enhanced DBS Disclosure. In line with KCSIE guidance, paragraph 220, all candidates who are shortlisted will be subject to an online search. This search is not part of the shortlisting process itself and all shortlisted candidates will have the opportunity to address any issues of concern resulting from the search.

Two references are also required prior to commencement of employment.

 Early applications are encouraged, and we reserve the right to close the vacancy if a suitable candidate is found.

Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.