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Deputy Head Teacher

Job Title:
Deputy Head Teacher.
Scale:
DHT V00 6 – 9 £44,542 - £47,996.
Contract length:
Permanent Full-time.
Closing Date:
Closing date: Friday 12th May (12 noon) Shortlisting: Monday 15th May Interviews: Thurs 25th May .
School:
Arnold View Primary School Gedling Road Arnold Nottingham NG5 6NW Telephone: (0115)9560967 Fax: (0115)9561104 E mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .
Head teacher:
Denise Bryant.
About the school:
Do you want to work with happy, caring and confident children? Do you thrive when working with a hardworking, supportive and committed team of staff? Do you want to work in a modern, well equipped learning environment? Are you passionate about children and giving them the very best? If so, then Arnold View Primary School could be just what you are looking for. This is an exciting opportunity to come and join our dedicated team. We are looking for committed, optimistic and ambitious colleagues who want to join us on our journey to success. We are seeking someone with prior middle and or senior leadership experience; someone who is eager to play an essential role in helping our school continue to raise standards and achievement; who is dedicated to maximizing and realising children's potential, helping them to become enthusiastic and successful learners and has the ability to form excellent relationships with children, staff, parents and outside agencies. We are looking for someone who: • Can motivate, lead and inspire our hard working and committed staff. • Is a creative and dynamic practitioner who is a committed to improving pupils learning. • Is committed to raising standards across the school. • Is a proactive and active team player. • Is able to communicate confidently with the whole school community. • Has a good sense of humour. • Has proven leadership skills In return the school will offer: • A supportive, dedicated governing body. • A friendly school with a great team ethos • Excellent opportunities for professional development • A fantastic, well-resourced and attractive working environment • A friendly, well behaved and motivated children (and staff) .
Further information:
The school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people. This post is subject to an enhanced CRB disclosure. Visits to the school are encouraged and warmly welcomed. Please contact the school office on 0115 9560967 to make an appointment. The application pack is available via the school website. www.arnoldview.notts.sch.uk (In the About Us section). To complete the application form on your computer choose the Word version and email it to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. Alternatively please send an A4 SAE with a ‘LARGE’ stamp to Kate Padwick, School Business Manager, Arnold View Primary School, Gedling Road, Arnold, Nottingham, NG5 6NW. The County Council welcomes applications from all, irrespective of gender, marital status, disability, race, age or sexual orientation for posts within County and Controlled Schools and in Colleges. .

Classroom Teacher

Job Title:
Classroom Teacher.
Scale:
Mainscale.
Contract length:
Full Time Temporary.
Closing Date:
Friday 5th May.
School:
Larkfields Junior School.
Head teacher:
Jess Scott.
About the School and what they are looking for:
Governors are looking to appoint a class teacher to join Larkfields Junior School from September 2017. Larkfields Junior is an exciting and vibrant school with a wide range of excellent CPD opportunities. Our children are proud to be part of Team Larkfields and Take Care of their learning, each other, themselves and the environment. This post is suitable for an NQT. The staff and governors are looking for someone who will: • be an excellent classroom practitioner who is keen to develop further; • motivate, inspire and challenge pupils to ensure that expectations remain high; • be driven, determined and a team player; • be proactive in building on the school’s existing strengths and be part of the school’s exciting journey into its next stage of development; • have the ability to develop strong relationships with parents, governors and the community; • demonstrate a commitment to continued professional development; • have a growth mindset with a positive attitude to innovation and change. The Children are looking for someone who will: • be firm but fair • be resilient • engage in the wider life of school • be creative • be honest about their work • be patient • be fun and have a sense of humour • treat everyone equally but recognises that all children are different • be kind and caring • be dedicated to the children In return, Team Larkfields offers: • wonderfully fantastic pupils who are very proud of their school and have a strong pupil voice; • a strong commitment to high quality, personalised continued professional development via Candleby Lane Teaching School and a strong family of schools. • supportive parents and school community with high expectations; • a dedicated team of governors who are passionate about providing the best education possible; • a fabulous staff team who are positive, caring and extremely committed to providing excellent outcomes for children - and who are also a bit bonkers but good fun! .
Further information:
Visits to school can be arranged by contacting the school office. Application forms are also available from the school website. The school would prefer to receive ‘hard copy’ applications rather than electronic versions. Closing date: Midday Friday 5th May (Interviews scheduled Monday 15th May) .

Deputy Headteacher

Job Title:
Deputy Headteacher with a 0.5 teaching commitment .
Scale:
Leadership Scale 8-12 .
Closing Date:
Closing date: Monday 8th May 12noon Short listing: Tuesday 9th May Interviews: Wednesday 17th May .
School:
John Hunt Primary School.
Head teacher:
Lisa Mole.
About the School:
Due to the current post-holder securing a headship, the staff, pupils and governors at John Hunt Primary School are looking to appoint a dynamic, driven and highly skilled deputy head teacher to join our talented and committed school, from September 2017. Our school is on a rapid journey of improvement and we are seeking a deputy headteacher who is able to enhance and accelerate this progress. Our deputy headteacher will be our Disadvantaged Pupil Champion and take a leading role in closing the gap for our disadvantaged pupils as well as having a Key Stage responsibility. The successful candidate will be an integral part of shaping the future direction of the school, working closely with the Senior Leadership Team and Headteacher to improve outcomes and opportunities for our pupils. We can offer the successful candidate the chance to work within:  A forward thinking school committed to providing opportunities for children to achieve infinite possibilities  An exciting curriculum which develops the ‘whole’ child  A warm and stimulating learning environment for children to learn and grow in  A welcoming and caring ethos where every member of the TEAM is valued and supported  A friendly team of dedicated staff who are passionate about their work  Enthusiastic, friendly, well-behaved, smiley children who LOVE coming to school and are eager to learn  Opportunities for further professional development  Excellent in-house and external CPD opportunities  A commitment to develop the post holder professionally towards headship .
They are looking for:
We are looking for a Deputy Headteacher who: • Has high expectations and aspirations, focusing on raising achievement and standards across the whole school • Has a proven track record of effective leadership and management • Has the ability to contribute to the development of a clear strategy and vision for the continuous improvement of the school • Is an outstanding primary classroom practitioner • Is an innovative, creative and confident leader • Has the ability to inspire, lead and motivate all members of the school community to achieve the highest of standards • Has excellent communication, interpersonal and organisational skills and is a true team player • Will play an active part in the wider school community Our school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people. This post is subject to an enhanced DBS check. We welcome applications from all, irrespective of gender, marital status, disability, race, age or sexual orientation. Visits to our school are warmly welcomed and encouraged. Please come and meet our wonderful children! .
Further information:
Application forms and further details are available from the school (please send a large stamped self-addressed envelope or collect one in person) from the above address or by emailing This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Closing date: Monday 8th May 12noon Short listing: Tuesday 9th May Interviews: Wednesday 17th May .

Headteacher of Edwalton Primary School

Job Title:
Headteacher of Edwalton Primary School.
Scale:
ISR 18-24.
Contract length:
Permanent .
Closing Date:
12pm on 12 May - Interviews: Monday 18 May.
School:
Edwalton Primary School.
Head teacher:
Brian Owens.
About the School:
Edwalton Primary School is an International School and Eco-school passionate about sustainability and providing wide-ranging, fun and creative opportunities to enable all children to find their passion. The Headteacher will lead on driving the ethos, vision and values of the school, reflecting those of the Flying High Trust within our good, and continuously improving school. We have the highest standards and expectations of our children who we develop as independent learners who lead their own development. Parental and community engagement has been vital to our success and an area we focus on constantly and are keen to develop even further. There is potential to grow beyond the school; through the Trust Headteacher + initiative there is the potential for the Headteacher, in agreement with the Local Governing Body and Trust CEO to engage in school to school support and the role of Executive Headteacher supporting Trust schools requiring short to longer term additional leadership capacity. The Headteacher will take overall responsibility for the organisation, management and conduct of the school in accordance with the Trust’s Articles of Association and policies and in consultation with the Governing Body and its scheme of delegation. The Headteacher will work with staff, governors, parents, carers and families, FHT networks and wider good practice to ensure the school continues to strive for excellence in all areas, not just maintaining our good status but ensuring the school is relentless in its strive for excellence. Ensuring equality, safety and respect is central to the aims and ethos of the school and these will be reflected in all aspects of the Headteacher’s work. The Head Teacher will fully understand the current legal requirements, local and national policies and guidance on safeguarding and the promotion of the wellbeing of children and young people, and will ensure that all requirements are met in full. We are seeking to appoint an exceptional leader who will continue to put our students at the centre of all that we do and build on the significant strengths of our school, with a clear vision to further inspire and empower our students, staff, parents, and the local community. A leader with: • a proven record of leadership delivering the highest outcomes and standards; • the necessary leadership and management skills to ensure the school not just maintains its status but seeks continuous improvement to ensure we continue to meet the needs of our children; • the ability to drive a vision to realise the school’s potential; • a commitment to working in partnership between school, parents, Trust and community; • the ability to communicate effectively with all members of the school family; • the ability to motivate and inspire others and to work as a part of a wider support team (The Flying High Trust); • the drive and ambition to progress to the next stage of your career; • A heartfelt commitment to delivering the vision and values of our school to ensure our children look back with pride and forward with confidence. .
They are looking for:
In return we can offer: • an outstanding leadership opportunity; • children with a thirst for learning, determined to lead their learning; • a passionate, positive and motivated team of professionals who put children at the heart of every decision; • a supportive governing body committed to helping drive the school forward to greater achievements and success; • a friendly atmosphere encompassing a supportive ethos; • a network of support via the Flying High Trust; .
Further information:
• We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and we expect all staff to share this commitment and undergo appropriate checks. • The Flying High Trust welcomes applications from all, irrespective of gender, marital status, disability, race, age or sexual orientation for all posts. Application form, information pack and further details are available from Nick Layfield, The Flying High Trust, 0115 989 1915 or email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. If you feel this could be the job for you, then please contact Katie Yapp, School Business Manager, to arrange an informal visit on 0115 9144221. .

Class Teacher

Job Title:
Class Teacher.
Scale:
Main Scale.
Contract length:
(Temporary initially: One-year contract) To cover PPA, internal supply & interventions.
Closing Date:
Monday 5th June 2017 at 10.00am Interviews: Tuesday 13th June 2017 .
School:
The Flying High Academy, Somersall Street, Mansfield, Nottinghamshire, NG19 6EW 01623 415790 .
Head teacher:
Tony Warsop.
About the School and what they can offer:
You have already joined the BEST PROFESSION IN THE WORLD… This is your chance to join what our children say and we believe is the BEST SCHOOL IN THE UNIVERSE! Want to work with truly inspiring children in a state of the art, purpose built environment? Are you passionate about children and giving them the very best possible? Do you thrive when working as part of a supportive team? Do you want to come to work and have fun and laugh? Interested in being part of an extremely effective, dedicated and committed team? This is an exciting opportunity to join our amazing team and come to work every day with inspiring children. Our school is filled with laughter and likeminded people who, “Are relentless in their strive for excellence.” We are actively seeking and excited to find teachers (whether starting out as an NQT or seeking the next step in their career) who have the ability to form outstanding relationships with children and get to the heart of each and every child in their care. Someone who has high aspirations and is passionate about providing children with the very best opportunities. We are looking for someone who: ▪ Delights in being with children and puts the children’s well-being before anything else. ▪ Is fascinated by the learning process. ▪ Is on a mission to continually develop themselves as practitioners. ▪ Loves supporting and inspiring fellow staff and students. ▪ Has ideas and energy. ▪ Sincerely values every member of the school community. ▪ Believes in each and every child and has high aspirations for their achievement. ▪ Who has the ability to make learning fun and engaging while ensuring all children are appropriately challenged. ▪ Enjoys working as part of a supportive team. ▪ Has the ability to lead and inspire children and staff. You don’t have to take it from us, this is what two of our School Council Members wanted to say… Hi! We’re Lilia and Meisha and we go to what we think to be the best school in the universe! Our school is an incredible place for many reasons. Here are just a few: ✓ We enjoy amazing education every day. ✓ Everyone follows our 8 pledges (Pride, Confidence, Respect, Responsibility, Creativity, Fun, Aspiration and Perseverance). ✓ We even have our own school pets! How awesome is that? ✓ On top of all of that… we have the coolest teachers ever! In order to support you in making the very best of this role, you will receive weekly PPA time with your phase team and a full induction programme. In addition, you will have access to significant professional development. .
Further information:
If you are keen to be part of our very special team, please do request further details. Application packs are available via email from This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Visits to the school are warmly welcomed and actively encouraged (as you can probably tell we are extremely proud of our children and school). By visiting the school prior to applying, you will get a real feel for the place and be able to ask further questions, so please do phone for an appointment 01623 415790 Our school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people, therefore all positions are offered subject to an enhanced DBS disclosure and references confirming your suitability to work with children. .

Class Teacher

Job Title:
Class Teacher.
Scale:
Main Scale.
Contract length:
Full Time and Permanent.
Closing Date:
Thursday, May 11, 2017.
School:
Stanstead Nursery & Primary School, Nottingham.
Head teacher:
Ms P Vladav.
About the School:
Do you want to work in a fabulous, creative and supportive school where children come first? – then read on Stanstead Nursey and Primary School are looking to appoint an exciting, committed and hardworking classroom teacher or an outstanding NQT to join our lovely school. Look at our website – our school is lovely Read our recent Ofsted – we are proud of our report. We need a teacher who: • will be able to ensure the excellent progress and success of the children in their class • has a strong knowledge and understanding of the new curriculum • is highly motivated and will contribute to the continual improvement of the school • is able to support the positive ethos and values of the school • show excellent behaviour management strategies to ensure a positive learning environment.
They are looking for:
• Motivated staff that are hardworking and dedicated to improve standards • A very clean and vibrant working environment with genuinely friendly, caring and supportive staff. • Hardworking and enthusiastic children who are keen to learn • A successful, popular and well-resourced learning environment • A very committed governing body • Excellent staff development programme • An inclusive school with excellent standards of attainment and behaviour .
Further information:
We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of our children and expect all staff to share this commitment. Successful applicants will need to undertake an enhanced DBS check. Visits to the school are encouraged so that you can meet our lovely staff and see our fabulous school. The dates for visits can be arranged by phoning the school office. Closing date: May 12th 2017 Interview date: TBA This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. - 0115 915 6300 .

Foundation Stage Leader

Job Title:
Foundation Stage Leader.
Scale:
with TLR (M5 – Threshold 3).
Contract length:
Permanent.
Closing Date:
17th May 2017.
School:
Woodthorpe Infants’ School, Arno Vale Road, Woodthorpe, Nottingham, NG5 4JG.
Head teacher:
Sharon Mackay.
About the School:
Are you ready for an exciting challenge? Would you like to join the dedicated team of professionals, 180 lovely children, a supportive Governing Body and have opportunities to progress and fulfil yourself professionally? A fabulous opportunity has arisen to join the Woodthorpe Infants’ School team as a Foundation Stage Leader, with TLR, from September 2017. We are looking for an experienced Teacher who is passionate about education for all; who will care for and nurture each individual child to successfully progress, in a stimulating environment, whilst fostering their positive attitudes to learning. Woodthorpe Infants’ has a committed and talented staff team, supportive Governors and parents who will work together to ensure that our children achieve their potential. Our children are well behaved, happy and focused learners and they enjoy the challenges we create, which shows in their enthusiasm when they apply themselves to learning. We need our new teacher to be: • friendly, approachable and motivated • passionate about teaching and learning • an excellent practitioner with high expectations and good behaviour management strategies, who will make learning fun • experienced in teaching in the Foundation Stage and Key Stage 1 • organised, well planned and have good time management skills • reflective and self-evaluative • able to assess and make use of class data to impact on pupil progress and contribute to developing practice within school (TLR) • able to lead and manage colleagues in teaching and learning, including cpd (TLR) • Play a valuable part in the Leadership Team (TLR) .
They are looking for:
In return we can offer our Foundation Stage Leader: • A positive, good humoured, warm and welcoming atmosphere • Enthusiastic children • A motivated, supportive group of professionals who make a strong team • Excellent relationships with pupils and families • A commitment to cpd and growing professional strength • Dedicated Governors The school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people. This post is subject to an enhanced DBS disclosure. The School /Nottinghamshire County Council, together with the recognised trade unions, is committed to the development of positive policies to promote equal opportunities in employment and in the delivery of our services, regardless of age, disability, gender reassignment, race, religion or belief, sex, sexual orientation, marriage and civil partnership, pregnancy and maternity or trade union membership status. This commitment will apply to recruitment and selection practices, training and development, promotion and in the application of national and local agreements in respect of pay and conditions of service. Disabled candidates who meet the essential requirements of the post will be guaranteed an interview. .
Further information:
The application pack is available on the school website www.woodthorpeinfantschool.co.uk We welcome and encourage visits to the school. Woodthorpe Infants’ School is located on Arno Vale Road, Woodthorpe, Nottingham, NG5 4JG. Please telephone 0115 9263820 to make an appointment. Interviews will take place in th e week of 22nd May 2017 .