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Chisenhale Primary School


Job type:
Full Time, Permanent
Start date:
01 January 2018
Apply by:
15 October 2017

Job overview

KS2 Class Teacher Required for January 2018   

Grade: Mainscale plus Inner London Allowance  

Chisenhale has 350 primary school aged pupils from 3-11 years. We are a friendly community school, passionate about developing our children as successful learners, confident individuals and responsible citizens.  This post is open to NQTs and also to experienced teachers. 

You need to be: 

- An outstanding teacher

 - Positive and enthusiastic, able to work flexibly as a part of a team 

- Able to provide the best opportunities for teaching and learning, so achieving the best  outcomes for children 

- Confident in your knowledge of the National Curriculum  

We offer:

 - A rich mix of families, who strongly support the school 

- A commitment to creative approaches to the curriculum, with exciting cross-curricular learning opportunities

 - A rich learning environment, both inside and out 

- A Phase Leader and an enthusiastic staff team to support you in your role

 - Membership of the Teach East London Teaching Schools Alliance, in collaboration with the Institute of Education 

Informal visits are strongly encouraged. Please phone the school to book a visit.  

Please phone or email the school for an application pack - we look forward to meeting you. 

Interviews to be arranged on receipt of applications

  Start date:     January 2018

 Headteacher: Sharon Taylor-Sezgin 

How to apply: by email to kglynn.211@lgflmail.org   

Chisenhale Primary School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of our children and expects all our staff and volunteers to share this commitment an enhanced DBS check is required for all successful applicants Appointment will be subject to DBS checks being undertaken prior to start date.

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About Chisenhale Primary School

Chisenhale is proud to be a community school. 

Our community is a rich social and ethnic mix and families are welcomed to become an important part of school life. 

We have a really committed and hard-working staff team, who want children to enjoy learning through a range of interesting experiences.  

Our vision is Learning Together for a Better Future and to achieve this vision we aim for all children to be 

• Successful learners 

• Confident individuals 

• Responsible citizens

As a school, we have a strong ethos of inspiring children to enjoy learning. We celebrate the rich diversity within our community and nurture children’s individuality. 

Staff’s particular talents are valued and we also recognise the need for consistency and shared standards for school life. 

Chisenhale is also marked by the strength of its partnerships with outside organisations, through which we can offer children a range of rich experiences, including the Tower Hamlets Education Partnership; the Worshipful Companies of Weavers, Musicians and Bakers; the Chisenhale Art Studios and Gallery; THAMES and Mini Maestros, through which we offer a wide range of instrumental lessons; Tower Hamlets Youth Sports Trust, which enables children to participate in a large number of different sports, including tournaments across the borough.  

Please see the Parent Information Booklet as well as the school website http://www.chisenhale.towerhamlets.sch.uk/ for lots more information about the school.

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