Location: Henderson Green Primary Academy, Earlham Grove, Norwich NR5 8DX
Salary: Dependent on experience
Job Type: 2 fixed term posts; full-time 1.0FTE (KS2 – Yr 3 January until Easter 2022) and part-time 0.4FTE (KS1 – Yr 2, January until August 2022)
Start Date: January 2022
We are looking for passionate and proactive teachers who are committed to helping our pupils succeed. You will have the opportunity to work in a collaborative and supportive environment at our Henderson Green Primary Academy.
You will also:
- be an experienced classroom practitioner (however NQT + 1 year will also be considered)
- be an inspirational and innovative teacher, willing to put children’s learning at the heart of all you do
- be someone who knows high expectations matter
- enjoy working with children and be able to demonstrate the ability to form positive and supportive relationships with children and adults
- be able to use initiative to support behavioural and learning needs
- be flexible and able to demonstrate the ability to work as part of a team
- be enthusiastic and have a sense of humour
- have good English and maths skills
About The HEART Education Trust
The HEART Education Trust is a Norwich based trust, committed to improving the life-chances of children and young people through excellence in education, encouraging pupils to challenge themselves and hold high aspirations in their academic learning, personal and social development. We encourage pupils within our family of Trust Academies to challenge both the self and externally imposed restrictions, to hold high aspirations for their futures and to develop a thirst for learning. We understand that the way to achieve this is through ensuring consistently high standards of teaching and broad opportunities for learning via a rich and relevant curriculum. Our Trust Academies aim to ensure that our pupils are well prepared to make the most of future opportunities as citizens within an ever changing world.
Listen to what our staff say…
‘The Trust has a fantastic in house CPD programme which all members of staff are actively involved in. Working for the Heart Trust means working as one big family. Even though I work in a one form entry school, I always know there are other teachers from my year group to call on for support and advice. The Trust is very supportive if ever you have any worries or issues. Staff mental health and wellbeing is an important issue to leaders.
The Trust places great importance on teachers being able to carry out their own research into different teaching methods and to work on these in our classes. I really value the opportunity to try out new teaching methods with my class and share the outcomes with my colleagues.’ Lorraine Y2
‘The opportunities are endless and perfect for career development. I have never worked with a more caring and trustworthy team. It is no exaggeration to say I start and end my working days with a big smile on my face – I love working for the Heart Education Trust!’ Charlotte Y3
If you are motivated and excited to join our amazing team and make a lasting difference to young peoples’ lives, we would be delighted to meet you. Ofsted have 3 I’s and so do we… imagination, inspiration and innovation. We are waiting to hear from you!
Complete and return the application form below to us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01603 343541 for more information.
We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and the successful candidate will be required to undergo an enhanced D.B.S. and full pre-employment checks. This post is likely to come under the requirements of the Childcare (Disqualification) 2009 Regulations and the successful applicant will be required to complete a declaration form to establish whether they are disqualified under these regulations.
We will take references prior to interview, and all posts are subject to a probationary period.
Closing Date: 15 December 2021 Interviews: Friday 17 December 2021