Hunsbury Park Primary

Due to expansion and reorganisation, Hunsbury Park Primary School has teacher vacancies for September 2017.

We require an excellent full-time teacher, to join our friendly, hardworking team, in Year Five.

We are looking for a teacher who:

  • Has a proven track record of good/outstanding teaching and of raising achievement

  • Can inspire children to become independent learners

  • Has experience of supporting the progress of all learners with different needs, including children with ASD, ADHD and emotional and social difficulties

  • Has excellent classroom management strategies

  • Has a commitment to team work but the confidence to work independently and autonomously

  • Has personal resilience and a positive outlook

  • Value the involvement of parents and carers in raising standards

  • Is reflective in their practice.

‘Working together to be the best we can be’

Hunsbury Park Primary School is a warm, vibrant and growing school; in September we will have two-form entry from Reception to Year Five. We are proud of our fully inclusive school where every child feels safe and valued. We have a dedicated and hard-working staff and a fantastic learning environment, including a Forest School. We have a Designated Special Provision for children with SEMH, all of whom are fully integrated within our classes.

It is expected that interested applicants will visit our school prior to submitting their application; tours are available on the following dates:

Monday 5th June, Tuesday 6th June, Wednesday 7th June, Thursday 8th June and Friday 9th June.

Please email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. with your preferred date and

CLOSING DATE: Wednesday 14th June 2017

 

Keeping Safe at HPPS

  • Safeguarding is everyone’s responsibility.
  • The Designated Safeguarding Lead is Mrs Gail Barnshaw (Head teacher).
  • The Deputy Designated Safeguarding Lead are Mrs Jo Fantarrow and Mrs Helen Bambridge.

When coming into HPPS please remember:

  • Personal mobile phones are NOT allowed to be used or available for use whilst working with a child, group or class. This is to safeguard both the child/ren and you.  This is a non-negotiable rule.
  • Visitors or staff who do not have full DBS clearance wear a YELLOW lanyard.  This means they are NOT allowed to work unsupervised with a pupil or group.