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Class Teacher

Ardley Hill Academy

Dunstable, Central Bedfordshire

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Job type:
Full Time, Maternity Cover
Apply by:
15 October 2017

Job overview


Classroom Teacher – Fixed Term Maternity Cover
Full time or part time considered with the potential of a permanent position

Ardley Hill Academy, Dunstable

Salary: Main Pay Range, NQTs welcome

Start date: January 2018

We are a friendly, caring and hardworking Academy. We are seeking to

appoint staff with the capacity to provide inspirational learning opportunities

and enable children to achieve the highest standards. 

We are looking for someone who is:

· Passionate

· Enthusiastic

· Motivated

· An excellent classroom practitioner with a sense of fun and a creative approach to learning

We offer:

· Professional development opportunities

· Career progression

· Long history of successfully mentoring NQTs

· Stimulating learning environments

· Opportunities to develop new ideas

Visits welcome by appointment.

For further details and an application pack please email

Closing date: Midday 16 October 2017

Interview date:  19 October 2017


About Ardley Hill Academy

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+44 1582 667 955

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 Ardley Hill is an academy status primary school in Dunstable, Bedfordshire. The school has a nursery facility, and in total there are around 450 children between the ages of 2-11 on the school roll. In June 2016 all pupils were temporarily moved to Brewers Hill school after the Ardley Hill site was affected by serious flooding, which was repaired in time for the start of the Autumn term. Each class named after a different country, from Norway in Year 1 to Brazil in Year 6. 


Jonathan Smith 

Values and vision 

Staff, governors and parents of Ardley Hill Academy work together to provide a secure, happy environment where all children receive a high quality, broad and balanced education appropriate to their individual needs. Ardley Hill aims to stimulate each child, regardless of gender, race or social background, to learn to think and express themselves creatively.
Extra-curricular activity is also an important part of life at the school. Ardley Sharks are swimming lessons on weekdays after school and Saturday mornings. The school also has clubs for tennis, craft, drama, and roller skating. 


“The provision in the pre-school is well planned and helps the children develop confidence and speaking skills. Children in the pre-school play well together. Key workers praise and reinforce the good behaviour that they wish to see. As a result, children share and take turns, using polite language with each other.” 

View Ardley Hill Academy’s latest Ofsted report 

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