The Governing Body of Farley Junior School is seeking to appoint a NQT to join our team. There is a possibility of the successful applicant joining our team in the summer term, following the completion of their training.
This vibrant, multicultural school has been serving the local community for 65 years. Children are eager to learn and the school’s vision reflects the commitment of the Headteacher and Governors to equip our pupils to successfully embrace the challenges of the 21st century through the development of strong values and robust self-belief. We are seeking an inspirational teacher looking for their first teaching role to support the attainment of our ambitious vision for every one of our pupils.
Farley Junior was rated good at our last Ofsted inspection in May 2015. Inspectors commented that:
"Leaders and staff work well as a team and strive to do the very best for pupils."
"The school is a harmonious community where cultural diversity is celebrated."
"Pupils show enthusiasm for learning."
The school is committed to supporting the professional development of staff at all levels and is a member of the Luton First Teaching Schools’ Alliance. We have a strong system of peer to peer support within school as well as enjoying a supportive school to school relationship with a number of other schools in Luton.
The school benefits from an extremely supportive governing body who will expect you to support the head teacher in:
• continuing to drive up standards, ensuring the best possible outcomes for our learners
• being an integral part of our committed and hardworking staff team focused on meeting the needs of our learners
• providing a role model of aspirational learning for children and adults within our school.
To be considered, you’ll need to
• Be a trainee teacher due to qualify Summer 2018
• Be looking for an exciting challenge
We would love to show prospective applicants around our school. Please call 01582 725069 and speak to Mrs Fall, the head teacher's PA to arrange a visit.
Interviews will be held 31st January 2018
The school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and expects all staff to share this commitment. Applicants must be willing to undergo child protection screening appropriate to the post, including checks with past employers and the Disclosure & Barring Service (DBS).
CVs will not be accepted for any posts based in schools.