KS1/2 Class Teachers Lady Joanna Thornhill Primary School, Wye, Ashford
In our classrooms pupils have a voice, they work together in collaboration and are able to challenge each other to improve. All staff model positive learning behaviours and our pupils thrive in an environment where they have the freedom to have a go.
We are seeking teachers who would welcome the exciting opportunity to work in our school. The role will involve teaching a class of Key Stage One or Key Stage Two pupils.
We can offer you:
If so, this could be the ideal opportunity for you!
We are an equal opportunities employer and welcome applications from all suitably qualified persons regardless of their race, sex, disability, religion/belief, sexual orientation or age. We are also committed to safeguarding those in our care – the successful candidate will be required to apply for an enhanced DBS check and will be subject to thorough background checks. A visit to our school is strongly recommended.
We believe in distributed leadership and encourage our staff to be creative, in the same way that our teachers encourage our pupils.
Visit http://www.ladyj.kent.sch.uk/ or contact Phil Chantler, Headteacher on 01233 812781 for more details. We equally welcome established or newly qualified teachers. If you are at Christ Church please visit our stand at the Teacher Recruitment Fair on 13th January.
We aim to provide a stable, caring environment in which children are happy to attend and are stimulated and keen to learn and develop their individual potential. We cater for a wide range of ability encouraging all children to achieve at their highest level.
Lady J is a popular, oversubscribed two form entry primary. Our 2015 and 2009 Ofsted awarded us with Outstanding in all areas; concluding that "Outstanding teaching inspires and motivates pupils to work hard in all subjects. As a result, pupils have a passion for learning and take great pride in their achievements" (Ofsted 2015) and describing us as "an outstanding school (where) high expectations coupled with a relentless ambition to be even better ensure that everyone aims for the stars!" (Ofsted 2009).