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Key Stage 2 Maternity Cover Class Teacher

Key Stage 2 Maternity Cover Class Teacher

St James' Church of England Primary School


  • Expired
Job type:
Full Time, Maternity Cover
Start date:
3rd January 2018
Apply by:
30 November 2017

Job overview

Maternity Cover Year 3 Teacher 

Are you a creative and enthusiastic outstanding teacher? Want to work in an exciting and stimulating professional learning environment? St James CEP School has a vacancy for a Year 3 class teacher from January 2018 for Maternity Cover.  NQT’s are welcome to apply.

The school is in the Bermondsey Spa area 5 minutes from London Bridge station

As part of Southwark’s commitment to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people, all employees employed within schools are required to complete an enhanced CRB application form.

Visits to the school are welcome, please phone Sharon Fox on 0207 237 3111
Visit the school website:
Please email your cv to

Closing date: Thursday 30th November 2017

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About St James' Church of England Primary School

We are a Church of England primary school for girls and boys between the ages of 4 and 11 years.

By working together in partnership with parents, the staff and governors aim to provide a happy, caring and effective learning environment, where expectations and standards are high and children achieve their best in terms of learning, creativity and behaviour. We aim to provide a setting that is calm and settled where children understand clearly what is expected of them.

The School’s aims

The character and ethos of our school is extremely important in shaping the spiritual, moral, social and cultural development of our pupils. We believe that through our excellent relationships with parents/carers we can work together to establish a school community where values are clearly understood and shared.

We are concerned that all our pupils will:
• Be able to take responsibility for their actions.
• Know the difference between right and wrong.
• Be honest, fair and truthful.

We expect the children to be confident human beings, capable of taking initiatives and persevering in the face of difficulty and to have:
• A positive attitude to learning.
• Good relationships with each other and staff.
• Respect for the feelings of others.
• Respect for the right of others to hold beliefs different from their own.
• Respect for their own and others' property.

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Applications closed