Primary Class Teachers – Dunraven School
Website Dunraven Educational Trust
Salary: Inner London Main/Upper Pay Scale
Position details: Full-time
To start: September 2019
For further details: Please contact Tracey Beland-Tyce by telephone on 020 8696 5600
To arrange a visit: As above; please note that shortlisted candidates will be shown around the school during their interview
To apply: Please submit an application through the school’s recruitment web page
Applications close: noon, Friday 21st June 2019
Interviews: Tuesday 25th June 2019
Primary Class Teachers sought for all-through school in Streatham
The school’s aim is “Excellence for All” and the governors wish to appoint a candidate of significant ability and enthusiasm, aware of and stimulated by the challenges and potential of a successful multi-ethnic co-educational school and keen to share in our All Through Provision.
Our results are strong at all Key Stages, remaining well above national averages and representing positive ‘value-added’.
Recognition of our marked progress has been significant and our journey as a school is important to us; for example:
- February 2011 – we were designated as both a National Support School and a Leading Edge School
- August 2011 – we converted to Academy status
- 2012 – we began our development as an All Through School with children starting in Reception in September 2013
- Summer 2013 – our £25 million BSF programme was completed and our Primary phase began
- October 2014 – we were judged as outstanding in all areas, including both Early Years and the Sixth Form, by Ofsted
- 2016 – we were designated as a National Teaching School
If you are successful in your application, you will join a staff who are hard-working, committed, positive in outlook and dedicated to the achievement of our students.
- a high standard of professional practice, with bespoke in-house CPD provision, and affiliation to nationally recognised courses and providers (SSAT, Teaching Leaders, Future Leaders, NCTL);
- clear pathways for career development and progression with a proven track-record of success in developing leaders;
- a supportive and collegiate environment, with regular staff social and sporting activities (such as yoga, football and House events);
- excellent opportunities for leading work with external partners (National Support School, National Teaching School); and
- a culture of high trust and accountability that values creativity and innovation, leading practice locally and nationally in a range of fields
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