Reception Teacher required at a Warrington Primary School

Warrington, Cheshire
JN -032039-100257_1549612600
Date Posted:08 Feb 2019
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Reception Teacher required at a Warrington Primary School

Warrington, Cheshire
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Reception Teacher required at a Warrington Primary School
JN -032039-100257
A primary school in Warrington is looking to recruit a reception class teacher for a maternity leave starting Monday 15th April and will last a full year ending in April 2020. The headteacher is searching for a qualified, experienced primary teacher. The successful candidates will be a passionate, enthusiastic individuals who can positively contribute to the school.
The successful Reception teacher will be responsible for:
*Delivering of engaging lessons using plans provided by the class teacher.
*Assessment of pupil's performance within lessons.
*Providing feedback to the class teacher.
*Direction of teaching assistants/learning support.
*Classroom/Behaviour management in line with school policies and procedures.
This role commences in April but the Headteacher is looking for the role to start as soon as possible. The working hours for this role are Monday to Friday between 8am and 4pm. The total working hours in the school will be 37.5.
The ideal candidate will be ready to hit the ground running as part of a dynamic and forward-thinking team and will have:
*Hold QTS or an equivalent overseas teaching qualification.
*Have at least 1 years' experience as a Reception Class Teacher.
*Be confident in their use and understanding of Phonics and the EYFS National Curriculum.
*Possess the drive and determination to make a difference to their pupils' education.
*Be passionate about their own professional development.
*Be keen to work as part of a growing and dynamic workforce.


About the school
This Warrington primary school is a Church of England Voluntary Aided Primary School in Greater Manchester. Being a Church School means that they aim to serve our community by providing an education of the highest quality with the context of Christian belief and practice.
The school is a good educational provider and is performing above the national average in terms of the fantastic results that they deliver. The school is a vibrant, diverse and innovative academy, promoting Christian values whilst supporting students of all faiths. They aim to produce confident individuals through learning in a safe and happy environment.
The school is well led. The high aspirations and clear vision of senior leaders and governors have been instrumental in bringing about improvements to teaching and pupils' achievement since the last inspection. Pupils' achievement is good. From their individual starting points, all groups of pupils, including the most able, make at least good progress in reading, writing and mathematics.
Children get off to a good start in the early years provision where they thrive and rapidly develop new skills and knowledge. Teaching is good. This is because teachers and support staff have good professional knowledge. They relate to, and care for, all pupils and their families exceptionally well.

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How can you be considered?
Email an up to date CV to Chris.Morgan@twrecrutment.com . The CV needs to show all of your experience working children and young people. We would also recommend a covering letter which highlights your experience and what you can bring to the role.

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