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KS1 Class Teacher

KS1 Class Teacher

Islamia Primary School


  • Expired
Job type:
Full Time, Fixed Term
Start date:
As soon as possible
Apply by:
17 September 2017

Job overview

KS1 Class Teacher

Islamia Primary School is a two form entry vibrant multi-cultural school in North West London. The school was judged to be ‘Good’ in all areas by Ofsted in November 2016.

We are on a journey to become an ‘Outstanding’ school and the Governors are seeking to appoint a dynamic and enthusiastic KS1 class teacher  to join our highly dedicated team. The prospective candidate should be an ambitious, energetic and outstanding primary practitioner who can demonstrate success in raising pupil attainment and progress. The candidate must also be experienced in teaching phonics.  

We offer:

  • A positive and caring ethos and working atmosphere
  • Friendly children, eager to learn and achieve
  • A committed, enthusiastic and supportive staff team
  • Excellent support from the Governing Body, the staff and parents
  • An excellent opportunity for professional and career development

If you feel you have the enthusiasm and commitment to contribute to the ongoing development of this successful, friendly and supportive school, we would like to hear from you. Islamia Primary School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults. We expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. An enhanced DBS disclosure will be required for the successful candidate in accordance with Safeguarding Children and Safer Recruitment in Education Legislation. NQT's are welcome to apply for this position. Application forms to be completed and sent to 

Closing date: Monday 18th September 2017, 9:00am

Interviews: Successful candidates will be called for an immediate interview.

About Islamia Primary School

Islamia Primary School (VA) is a mixed two form entry primary school situated in Queen's Park, North-West London. There are 420 students at the school, aged between 4 and 11. The school is extremely popular and heavily over subscribed.    

Islamia Primary School was established in 1983 by Yusuf Islam (Cat Stevens), the world renowned singer/songwriter. Islamia Primary School was the first Muslim faith school in the country to receive full funding from the government.    


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Vision and values  

Islamia Primary School aims to ensure that all pupils receive a holistic education and develop an understanding of the Islamic faith and other religions, free from distortion, misconception or extremism. The primary school wishes for children to achieve to the best of their ability in a loving and caring environment, with the help of a strong partnership between teachers, parents and the local community. 

Children are taught to explore their spiritual connection with Allah and leave with a proficiency in Arabic and a love for the Qur’an. Teachers promote six core values: respect, love, patience, striving, sharing and honesty. Islamia Primary School has a broad curriculum, teaching skills such as coding to enable children to be active citizens in the modern world.     

Ofsted report 

“You and your staff are committed to promoting close and positive relationships within and beyond the local community. You broaden pupils’ knowledge and understanding of faiths and cultures other than their own. Pupils set high standards for themselves and others, led by the example of their teachers, upholding the importance of mutual respect, friendliness and being kind to others.”         

View Islamia Primary School’s latest Ofsted report

View our latest newsletter (Summer 2017) 

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