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Teacher - All Saints CofE Primary, Axminster


Multi Academy Trust: St Christopher's

Place of work: All Saints CE Primary School, All Saints, Axminster, Devon, EX13 7LX

Pupils on roll: 110

Job term: Permanent Start date: 1 September 2019

Appointment type: Classroom Teacher 0.8 (4 days)

Payscale: MPS

Closing date: Wednesday 23rd April 2019 12.00pm

All Saints CE Primary School is seeking to appoint a highly motivated, effective classroom practitioner who is capable of leading Literacy. We are a 4 class village school with mixed age classes – currently YR/1, Y1/2, Y3/4 and Y5/6 - and are happy to place the successful candidate in the age range that most suits their experience and skills. Working alongside Beer C of E Primary and as part of the Ark Federation and St Christopher’s Multi Academy Trust, this is an exciting opportunity to help shape the future development of Literacy within our school. As part of St Christopher’s Trust we can offer a range of professional development opportunities whatever your career stage and we are looking for a teacher who relishes a challenge, stands out from the crowd and really wants to make a difference.

We offer:

A welcoming, nurturing school with a strong Christian ethos and set of values that underpin all that we do.

 Children who are happy and motivated to learn, a supportive and welcoming staff team and supportive parents.

 An exciting role within our organisation with opportunities for future career development across our St Christopher’s Multi Academy Trust family of 16 schools.

The successful candidate will:

Be happy to support the Church of England ethos of our school through our school values

 Be dedicated to raising standards and removing barriers to learning for pupils with the ability to challenge each pupil from whatever their starting point.

 Have high expectations of themselves and pupils with a positive, can do and proactive nature.

 Possess a commitment to developing an engaging and exciting curriculum based on practical and first hand learning experiences, within and beyond the classroom making the most of our school grounds and local learning resources.

 Be reflective and focused on learning – that of themselves and others and have a strong pedagogical practice and philosophy that underpins their approach to teaching.

 Have the potential to lead Literacy across the school.

To apply, please see the school website for all forms and details


God is not unjust; he will not forget your work and the love that you have shown him as you have helped his people and continue to help them.” Hebrews 6:10