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Teacher wanted for September 2017
The Principal and Governors of Ormiston Meadows Academy are seeking to appoint an outstanding teacher who is enthusiastic and forward-thinking to join our team from September 2017. We will, consider ambitious and exceptional newly qualified teachers who aspire to excellence and can rise to the challenge of developing and sharing outstanding practise across our school.
We are looking for:
• An outstanding class teacher with high expectations for all pupils.
• A teacher with drive, energy and ambition.
• A teacher with the potential for leadership.
• A reflective teacher who is able to use their initiative and who enjoys working as part of a team.
In return we can offer:
• Welcoming and motivated pupils
• A school with the highest aspirations.
• Support for Continuing Professional Development
• A school working actively within the Ormiston Academy Trust.
We are a happy and caring school that values everyone's contributions and ensures we provide the best possible education for our children. We are working hard to ensure that all pupils receive at least a ‘good’ educational experience at Ormiston Meadows Academy and it is our aim to make it outstanding! Come and help us to fulfil this ambition! Following an inspection in September last year we were rated as good by Ofsted in three of the five areas assessed – Behaviour and Welfare, Leadership and Early Years Provision. Our school was recognised as rapidly improving.
If you are determined to be an outstanding teacher, committed to career development, are a future leader, then we would like to hear from you. In return we will guarantee that you will receive the highest quality support and CPD and be developed to the best of your potential.
Our children and school community are brilliant and deserve all the best! Tell us what you can offer our school!
Ormiston Meadows Academy is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. The successful candidates will be subject to an Enhanced DBS check.
The appointment will also be subject the statutory pre-employment checks including two satisfactory references, medical clearance, a clear prohibition check and confirmation of the right to work in the UK
Applications from NQTs and experienced teachers are equally welcome.
How to apply:
Further details of this vacancy and an application pack are available from the school office, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. Visits are welcomed and can be arranged with the Principal by contacting Mrs Johnson (Administration and Data Officer) on 01733 231008