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KS2 Class Teacher

KS2 Class Teacher

Lark Hall Primary School (Including Lark Hall Centre for Pupils with Autism)


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Teacher Main Scale - depending on experience
Job type:
Full Time, Permanent
Apply by:
12 October 2017

Job overview

Lark Hall is a unique, child centred, forward thinking, fully inclusive primary school in a diverse and vibrant South West London community. We truly believe that every child has the ability to achieve their true potential in all areas of the curriculum and we believe we have created an exciting whole school ethos to foster this.

Do you want to work with fantastic and well behaved children through a creative approach to learning? We have a genuinely creative curriculum incorporating play and exploration in all year groups, which is adaptable and designed by our highly skilled teachers. Working in an environment where there are 3 teachers for every 2 classes ensures that no child is left behind and teachers have the autonomy and time to develop those unique and exciting learning opportunities. 

As a Building Learning Power School, we sincerely believe in teaching the children those independent, learning to learn skills that will not only help them academically but will support them as they move forward in our ever changing world.

This is a fantastic opportunity to work with dedicated children and creative teachers in creating bespoke and exciting learning opportunities for our community. We value all our staff and are proud of the support we offer through exceptional CPD opportunities.

Visits to the school are encouraged and warmly welcomed; please come and see our creative and exciting school!

NQT applications are also welcomed and encouraged.

Please visit and Twitter to find out more about our school. If interested, download an application form and job description from the links on the right hand side.

Please send completed applications for the attention of Deepika Shah at

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About Lark Hall Primary School (Including Lark Hall Centre for Pupils with Autism)

Lark Hall Primary School is a mixed, non-selective, non-denominational primary school with a nursery, located in Clapham, south-west London. When full, the school will provide 478 places for pupils aged 2-11. The school also has a Centre for Autism, with 30 children in four classes.  

Lark Hall Primary School opened in 2003 and was part of a merger of three schools in the Clapham and Stockwell area. The school operates with three teachers for each year group.    


Gary Nichol BA (Hons) NPQH      

Values and vision 

Lark Hall Primary School wants to ensure that all pupils make good progress during their time in class, and that their individual talents are nurtured in a safe and caring environment. Children’s challenges are met with support and encouragement. The school’s vision is to be a place where learning is fun and ideas are explored. It follows five key values: equality, caring, enjoyment, honesty and respect. 

The Centre for Autism focuses on three key areas – social communication, emotional regulation and transactional support – to ensure pupils have the opportunity to reach their goals. The centre applies a range of teaching styles to suit the different needs of the children, using techniques to help them overcome their difficulties, and encourage their strengths and interests.   

Ofsted report  

“The school’s work to keep pupils safe and secure is good. Pupils feel safe and are kept safe. Pupils have a good knowledge of different types of bullying. They feel that any incidents are dealt with by staff. They are knowledgeable about the need for safe use of the internet and are aware of the dangers of cyber bullying.”  

View Lark Hall Primary School’s most recent Ofsted report 

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