We are seeking to appoint an ambitious and inspirational Primary teacher
We are seeking to appoint an ambitious and inspirational Primary teacher to join our committed team of practitioners in delivering a curriculum which informs, transforms and generates a lifelong love of learning from Easter 2018.
The successful candidate will have the ability to teach across the Early Years Foundation Stage and primary age range from KS1 and KS2.
Applications from NQTs are welcome as the school has a very strong and well-developed NQT training and support programme. A management/ leadership allowance may also be available for an outstanding candidate able to take on additional responsibility.
The Primary curriculum is an important and integral part of the school at Gretton, with all students studying the National Curriculum and Cornerstones, topic work.
The successful candidate will need to work collaboratively with colleagues to deliver an engaging and contextualised curriculum.
Gretton School is an independent school for children aged 5 to 19 with a diagnosis of an Autistic Spectrum Condition, with small class sizes and high staffing levels of support.
Gretton School received a “Good” in all aspects following its last Ofsted inspection in February 2017 and is now working towards being graded as “Outstanding” at its next inspection.
We are committed to high-quality, collaborative and relevant CPD for all members of staff to enable and support them to make the best possible progress in their role and in their future career development. As a growing school there are many opportunities for ‘in-house’ progression.
Gretton School is located two miles from Cambridge City Centre with good public transport services and there is ample free parking on site.
To apply please complete an application form or contact:
Ms Zoe Kirby, Gretton School, Manor Farm Road, Girton, Cambridge, CB3 0RX.
Telephone: 01223 277438
Closing date for applications: Tuesday 17th April 2018.
Gretton School is fully committed to the safeguarding and well-being of all its students and staff. The successful applicant’s appointment will be subject to satisfactory enhanced clearance by the Disclosure and Barring Service.