Key Stage Two Class Teacher – St. John the Divine CE Primary



Website St John the Divine Church of England Primary School

KS2 Class Teacher sought for Primary school in Camberwell

Salary: Inner London Main Pay Scale
Position type: Permanent
To start: September 2019

For further details: Please contact the school by telephone on 020 7735 4898 or by email
To arrange a school visit: As above

To apply: Please submit a completed application (forms found below this advert, in the ‘Application Documents’ section) using the ‘Apply for Job’ button below – please do not submit CVs, as these cannot be accepted

Applications close: Monday 24th June 2019
Shortlisting: Tuesday. 25th June 2019
Interviews: Wednesday 26th June 2019 and Thursday 27th June 2019


Our school is set in a large traditional Victorian building in the heart of Lambeth, the cultural hub of London.

Our school is small and because of this we know every child and we can fulfil our aim to help every child be the best they can be.

Our location brings the possibility of world leading teaching assets on your doorstep.

We are focused on creating a vibrant community where every person makes their contribution to creating a better society. Our vision is of a joyful place where children are empowered to explore their potential through educational excellence within an environment of spiritual growth and well-being.


We are looking for inspirational and ambitious individuals to join our family, for class teachers who will engage and inspire our children by:

  • creating and delivering excellent learning experiences;
  • sharing a genuine love of learning and fostering this is our children;
  • will contribute positively to our school community; and
  • will support and uphold the Christian ethos of our school

For candidates with the relevant experience and expertise, there are opportunities available to take a more active role in shaping the future at St John the Divine by taking on leadership responsibilities.


We are committed to professional development – from the successful induction of NQTs to supporting staff on their journey through to middle leadership and beyond – we work with recognised partners to provide access to high quality training courses tailored to meet your needs.

The successful applicant can look forward to working with a welcoming and dedicated team of individuals and children who love school and are proud of their achievements.

We also offer:

  • a connected curriculum approach to learning which focuses on developing children’s skills, knowledge and understanding through purposeful activities;
  • induction for all and excellent opportunities for professional development;
  • a supportive Senior Leadership Team and Governing Body who are committed to developing the leaders of the future;
  • the opportunity to work with colleagues across the borough through the Brixton Learning Collaborative and the Southwark Diocese of Education; and
  • access to employee benefits through the Health Assurance Programme.

The Governors and staff of St John the Divine Church of England Primary School are fully committed to safeguarding the children the school community and all appointments are subject to a satisfactory enhanced DBS check.


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Application Documents:



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