Are you looking for the opportunity to make a real difference to children’s lives? Are you ambitious, motivated, and ready to become part of a growing school? Do you have the drive, ideas, and high expectations to help create a truly transformational school? Do you thrive in a fast-paced, research driven, and teaching focused environment? If so, we are currently recruiting a teachers to join our team at Walthamstow Primary Academy.
We are growing school with high expectations, and are looking for new dynamic team members to join us and continue this journey. Our school opened in September 2015 with our first Reception cohort and we are growing each year until we reach full capacity. We currently have from Reception to Year 4, and are looking forward to welcoming our new pupils as we continue to expand.
Our belief is that innovative, quality teaching lies at the heart of everything we do. We never ask our staff to do anything that does not have a positive impact on pupil outcomes, nor anything we would not do ourselves. We are a hard working team, where staff at all levels are encouraged to develop themselves and be the best they can be, in a supportive environment that is focused on teacher CPD.
As we are growing each year, there are numerous opportunities for professional development, and opportunities to work alongside other schools in the trust. We also work in a local cluster of United Learning schools, which consists of six primary academy school.
We can offer you:
Plenty of opportunities for professional development, within our school and our Trust. We offer NPQML and NPQSL, as well as opportunities for coaching and mentoring in school and within our network of schools
Wide opportunities to develop a subject specialism/area of teaching interest
Working groups with other key stage teams in our cluster of schools
An individual CPD pathway, to develop practice, and help you reach the next stage in your career
A team dedicated to innovative teaching methods and implementing current research
At least 3 additional PPA days per year
An opportunity to work in a charitable organisation that is focused on improving the lives of disadvantaged children; the core value of the Trust is “best in everyone”
The right candidate will have:
Drive, determination and a passion for excellent teaching
The ability to plan and teach exciting sequences of lessons
A positive outlook and a resilient nature
A commitment to developing their own, and others, teaching practice as part of a team
The ability to work in a fast-paced environment that values each other
Start date: Jan 2020 (Possible early start)
You can book a visit to the school by emailing Leanne Dunleavy, firstname.lastname@example.org, or calling the school on 0203 475 3490