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KS1/2 Teacher

KS1/2 Teacher

Maple Grove Primary School

Basildon, Essex

  • Expired
M1 - M6 - £24,018 - £34,934 + £2,500 R & R
Job type:
Full Time, Permanent
Start date:
As soon as possible
Apply by:
31 January 2018

Job overview

Maple Grove is currently seeking KS1/2 Class Teachers.

We can offer you:

· Rapid and structured career progression - our growth and your growth are linked; 

· Competitive salaries and performance related incentives;

· Access to vibrant schools situated in a culturally diverse area across the country with exposure to a wide range of settings and rewards;

· Lively, friendly and aspirational children who are determined to make the most of their schooling

· Innovative CPD which is of the highest quality.

· A supportive and forward thinking Trust Board and Senior Executive; and

· An employer who is constantly seeking to moderate and reduce the workload on all staff through innovation and use of related technologies. 

The following pages provide further information about the Lion Academy Trust. A detailed job description and person specification are enclosed which explain the attributes you will need to succeed in this role.

We are seeking Class Teachers to commence from as soon as possible or in the next relevant term. I trust the information provided is helpful. For informal discussions, or to arrange a site visit, or if you do have any questions please contact:

Dan Lough, Head Teacher on 01268553547 or Karen Egleton on 01268 683037

Attached documents

About Maple Grove Primary School

Maple Grove Primary School caters for boys and girls aged between four and 11. It is a state primary situated in Pitsea, near Basildon in Essex. It is currently undergoing a public consultation on a proposed change to make the school an academy, run by the Lion Education Trust.


Daniel Lough

Values and vision

Maple Grove Primary School believes all children have a right to an excellent education, giving them the best life chances irrespective of race, colour, creed or circumstance. Aspirations for children are high.

This is an inclusive, caring school where every child matters. The staff challenge children to become curious, autonomous learners who are inspired and stimulated through a rich and varied curriculum appropriate to each individual.

Maple Grove Primary School works closely with parents, other schools and organisations to build partnerships that benefit not only the children, but also the wider community.

Ofsted report

“Teaching is good. Lessons are well organised. Teachers make sure all pupils are challenged to learn as much as they can. In one third of lessons outstanding teaching led to the pupils making rapid progress.

“Teachers understand what pupils can do and what they need to learn. They use this information well to set targets and track how well pupils are making progress. Pupils at risk of not doing well make good, and sometimes outstanding progress because effective care and support help them to learn.”

View Maple Grove Primary School's latest Ofsted report 

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