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KS1/2 Teacher - Full-time

Closing date
20 Oct 2021

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Pay: Main Pay Scale

Start Date: January 2022

Are you looking for a job where you can make a real difference to children's lives in a good school? Would you like to be part of a happy, creative and committed team?

Phoenix Community Primary School is looking to appoint a teacher to start in April this year. The position will initially be in a Year 1 class.

We want to appoint an enthusiastic and dynamic teacher who has the passion and drive to ensure the children in our school receive the very best education through an exciting and stimulating curriculum.

The staff and children are rightly proud of Phoenix School and all work exceptionally hard to ensure that pupils get the very best. We have established values and beliefs that we ask all pupils, parents and staff to sign up to when joining our team:
  • Creating opportunities for everyone
  • Raising capability
  • Creating a pleasant and collegiate learning environment
  • Focusing on the value added
  • Working together
  • Setting achievable goals and realistic expectations

These are all summed up in our mission statement: Creating opportunities for all.

In return we will offer you:
  • A superb and stimulating environment in which to work;
  • Pupils who show high levels of good behaviour;
  • High calibre teachers and support staff who work well together as a team; and
  • Focused professional development.
  • Additional school support for pupils with SEND

Information about the school can be found on our school website or our school Twitter feed: @Phoenix_Ashford although we would strongly encourage all applicants to visit the school in person.

Closing Date: 19/10/2021 at 18:00

Interviews: Friday 22nd October 2021

Information about the school

Phoenix Community Primary School is a one-form entry school situated on the outskirts of Ashford. We benefit from extensive grounds and a well set out modern building (currently undergoing some further improvements). The school is exceptionally well-resourced and, as such, is able to provide opportunities for children significantly beyond that of the National Curriculum. The majority of visitors comment on the warm, friendly atmosphere and the attractive environment.

As a member of the CARE Foundation Trust, we work closely with nine other primary schools in our local area. The school places a high emphasis on the Creative Arts. We have our own Music Studio where all children have weekly lessons with specialist music teachers and where subsidised instrumental lessons are offered to pupils.

The school invest heavily in ICT with three sets of 32 iPads, which are used on a daily basis, and each classroom is fitted with a Clever Touch interactive TV. Pupils also receive specialist sports and computing teaching and school supports the emotional well-being of pupils with structured pastoral provision including a Family Liaison Officer, pastoral support workers, therapeutic play and bushcraft.

At Phoenix, we pride ourselves in being a welcoming and safe environment for all of our community: pupils, parents, wider family, staff and visitors as well as a school that is committed to the safeguarding and welfare of its pupils.

Our School and all its personnel are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of the children. This post is subject to an Enhanced Disclosure Application to the Disclosure and Barring Service.

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