Vacancy – Y3/4 Teacher

Job title:

Year 3/4 Teacher

Application closing date:

Monday 29th April 2019 at 12 midnight


Teachers Main School M1-M6 (£23,720 to £35,008 per annum) reduced pro-rata


0.44FTE (includes staff meeting, pro rata, & 10% PPA) working Mondays and Tuesdays

Job description:

We are looking to appoint a Year 3/4 teacher from September 2019:

  • To take responsibility for the education and welfare of a class of Year 3/4 children and to work with groups of children from other classes by arrangement with the Head Teacher.
  • Lead Music through the school would be an advantage.
  • To work within the curriculum policies of the school, having due regard to the requirements of the National Curriculum, the school’s aims and objectives, and any policies of the Governing Body.
  • To prepare material, plan work and set up learning situations which are appropriate to the needs of individual children; setting, and aiming to achieve, the highest possible standards for each child.
  • To prepare a detailed termly forecast of work and to have this available for scrutiny on request.
  • To keep detailed weekly/daily teaching plans of class activities and children’s learning experiences which are presented to the head teacher or Key Stage Leader on request.
  • To assess, record and report on the development, progress and attainment of children in accordance with the school policy.  To maintain a record of each child’s progress and attainment using the school’s tracking system each term and use continuous assessment to plan next steps and set targets for children.
  • To identify children with Special Educational Needs and inform the SENCO.
  • To provide a stimulating well-ordered learning environment.
  • To be responsible for the pastoral care, discipline and guidance of children in your class.
  • To meet parents and discuss the educational needs and progress of their children at arranged parents evenings each term. Teachers should make themselves available whenever required in addition to this to discuss concerns or share achievements with parents/carers.
  • To organise and take part in educational visits for pupils, making the best possible use of the locality and community to enrich learning.
  • To make opportunities for involving the children in the life of the community surrounding the school.

We offer you the opportunity to work within a culturally diverse setting, where we believe every child should be given the opportunity to flourish and grow in a caring, nurturing and supportive school. We offer you continuous professional development.  Currently there are 307 on roll in the school.

Application packs, including job description and person specification, are available to download below or can be requested by emailing the school.

Please submit completed forms electronically to, or alternatively by post.


Closing date:

Monday 29th April 2019 at 12 midnight

Interview date:

22nd May 2019 (tbc)

Safeguarding & DBS
The school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.  We require the successful applicant to undertake an enhanced Criminal Record check via the Disclosure and Barring Service

This post is subject to the Childcare (Disqualification) Regulations 2009 and as such shortlisted candidates will be asked to complete a Disqualification Declaration. Any information supplied will be discussed at interview.