KS2 Class Teacher
Closing Date: Thursday 21st April 2022 (22/4/22)
Shortlisting: Friday 23rd April 2022 (23/4/22)
Observations: Week beginning Monday 25th April 2022 (25/4/22)
Interviews: Tuesday 3rd May (3/5/22)
Salary: Main Scale, dependent on experience
DBS Check Required: Yes
Start Date: 1 September 2022
This role is open to ECTs and experienced teachers
The Governors of this successful, voluntary aided school are looking to appoint an exceptional classroom practitioner to join our team.
The successful person will take on a role teaching a KS2 class and will have high expectations for drawing out the very best from our children and the vision to deliver
a cross-curricular curriculum in a vibrant, exciting classroom environment.
They will have evidence of successful teaching experience and the ability to support and help develop a vision for outstanding education which promotes spiritual, moral and cultural development.
We can offer the successful candidate:
• Excellent opportunities for CPD
• A supportive staff and Governing Body
• Enthusiastic pupils who are keen to learn
• A school which fosters community cohesion
Please see the Job Description and Person Specification for further details.
St James' C of E Primary School is a single form, Voluntary Aided primary school in Rusholme, Manchester. Our ethos is captured perfectly by Matthew 22, verse 39 - Love your neighbour. We believe that people who love their neighbours as they do themselves are rich in confidence, resilience, empathy and heart. They are positive people who want to make the world a better place, trying to understand others and respecting who they are: their neighbours, who share their human nature and many of their hopes, dreams and aspirations. They believe that everyone is a small, yet vitally important, part of a bigger picture.
St James’ has a unique opportunity to shape our community, which is a privilege. It is our hope that everyone who comes in to contact with us is able to help us learn to love our neighbour as we would ourselves. In turn, we hope that they will learn to do the same.
Our vision is for St James' to be a place which sees us all continually asking the question "How can we be better?" We are constantly looking at ways that we can improve, asking ourselves how we can do things better. We want to be a positive force in our community
If you wish to join us, please download the relevant forms on the right and send completed applications to: