£35k - 60k per year
020 7587 5153
4 months ago
Harris Hill are delighted to be recruiting for a talented, enthusiastic and inspiring junior school teacher to join a girls' all-through (day) school in their junior phase from January 2020, on a fixed term basis (this role would suit an NQT or experienced teacher).
The school welcomes applications from energetic, and thoughtful teachers who's pedagogy is synonymous with the schools own. The school offers excellent CPD and a very generous salary package.
A dynamic, energetic, well qualified and highly committed person who shows a love of subject teaching is required to teach inspiring lessons setting high standards for academically able, highly motivated girls. As a Form Teacher, the post holder must foster a caring atmosphere and show commitment to the well-being, social and academic progress of each girl. The successful candidate will have an ability to teach a range of subjects across KS2.
Ability to cope with the fast pace of life in the Junior School, while placing a premium on close team work, flexibility and good communication skills
Willingness to take part in curriculum development of the school
Ability to remain calm, a good sense of humour and the necessary enthusiasm to enjoy the challenges of the role are essential
All members of staff are expected to make a contribution to the varied extra-curricular life of the school
The ability to integrate technology to produce exciting and academically stretching and content rich lesson
The post holder is likely to be a form teacher to a class of approximately 24 KS2 girls. He/she will be responsible for teaching a range of subjects to the class and their pastoral care thus monitoring the social and academic progress of each girl in the class. Music, PE, Drama and MFL are taught by specialist teachers and further specialist teaching is introduced as the girls move up through the Junior School.
The Junior School's Aims
The Junior School shares its aims with the Senior School. We aim to provide an ambitious, stimulating education for girls aged 4-11. This is done in a safe and supportive learning environment with strong pastoral care, which prepares girls to be confident pupils when they enter the Senior School aged 11. Junior girls are encouraged to be self-motivated, independent thinkers.
During the course of the year girls are taken on a variety of expeditions that enhance the curriculum. These include the British Museum, The National Gallery and Hampton Court. Year 4 have an overnight Bushcraft adventure, Year 5 have a three day residential trip to Shropshire and Year 6 spend a week in France on a language and activity course.
Alongside the academic subjects, a wide-ranging programme of extra-curricular 'clubs' take place during the week. All girls are encouraged to take part in these and may choose from such activities as netball, dance, drama, digital photography, Spanish or percussion. Staff are invited to run after school extra-curricular clubs of their own choice. As an example we currently we have members of staff running speed stacking, debating and Flamenco dance club.
Professional Development Opportunities
There is a strong culture of professional development at the School. In addition to the openly advertised internal promotion and professional development posts, the School also offers a number of external opportunities.
Please send your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0207 0911 641 for an informal discussion around the post.
The closing date for applications is: Monday 16th September 2019 at 12.00pm
Interviews will be held on Monday 23rd September
We look forward to receiving your application!
Harris Hill is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and expect all partners to share this commitment.