We welcome applications from experienced colleagues and NQTs. Additional responsibilities are available for suitably qualified candidates.
We asked our children what they wanted in a class teacher. They said “passionate, encouraging, talented, trustworthy, kind and firm but fair”. If this sounds like you, then St Mary Abbots School may be the place for you!
We are a popular and high-performing Church of England primary school, set in a beautiful location just off High Street Kensington. Although in the middle of the city, our families describe our school as being village-like, with a real sense of community. We believe that as children only get their education once, it has to be right. Therefore we challenge ourselves and our children to achieve the very best in every sense.
We are looking for a class teacher who:
- Is an excellent, skilled practitioner and can deliver learning of the highest quality
- Is positive, enthusiastic and loves to make learning happen
- Embraces CPD and shares our values and ambitious vision for the future
- Cares deeply about the children’s achievements and development
- Builds positive relationships with the children and knows how to nurture them
What we offer:
- Polite, respectful children who love to learn
- A supportive and engaged parent body
- Colleagues who are warm and have a great sense of humour
- A commitment to staff CPD and opportunities for development
- A leadership team committed to staff well-being
- A great location from which to bring the curriculum to life
We warmly invite applicants to visit our school to meet our children and our staff and see for yourself what we do. To arrange a visit or to ask any questions, please contact Angela Morrison in the school office at: email@example.com or by calling 020 7937 0740. You can also see more of what we do by following us on Twitter: @SMAHEADQUARTERS
You can find details about how to apply in the attached application pack. Application deadline: Monday 20th April
Shortlisting: w/c Monday 20th April
Interviews: w/c Monday 27th April
As a school we are fully committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people. We expect all of our staff to share this commitment. Successful candidates will be required to complete an Enhanced DBS disclosure before their appointment is confirmed.
We welcome applications from all sections of the community, regardless of gender, race, religion, disability, sexual orientation or age.