Lead Practitioner for Inclusion or Teaching and Learning
across the Curriculum in the Primary Phase (Payscale L1 – L4)
Required for September 2018
It is an incredibly exciting time to join the Primary phase of Trinity all through school.
We are currently a two form entry school, offering classes from reception to year four. September 2018 will see us grow to year five and the following year our site will house the full primary age range - up to year six.
We have a young, supportive leadership team, which we are seeking to expand as the school grows. The introduction of a Lead Practitioner forms part of this strategic expansion.
A Lead Practitioner at Trinity will work closely with the Head of School and Deputy Head to continue to drive improvement in their area of responsibility through modelling excellent teaching, coaching and co-teaching with peers, as well as introducing and monitoring excellent systems and processes to ensure our high standards are maintained and self-improving.
The role will have either an inclusion focus or teaching and learning focus across the curriculum, dependent on the passions and skill set of the applicant. The role will consist of at least a 40% teaching timetable.
Our staff team are vibrant, fun, hardworking and have the highest expectations for our children.
As a through school, we also offer excellent opportunities for leadership development, at all levels - including cross phase.
Please visit our school website to view our recent OFSTED report and get a feel for our wonderful school: www.trinitylewisham.org
We also strongly recommend you come and visit. To book a visit with the Head of School, Darren Janes, please contact Mrs. Sarah Browning on 0208 3254551. Return completed application forms to email@example.com. CV's are not accepted!
Closing date: 12 noon on Friday 23rd March 2018
We encourage early applications and reserve the right to close this vacancy at any time should the right candidate be found.
Trinity is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people