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Teacher (MPS)
  • Employer: Weaver Trust
  • Reference: P/21/153309
  • Published: Tue 01/06/2021, 15:10 PM
  • Closing on: Fri 11/06/2021, 12:00 PM
  • Working Pattern: Full Time
  • Hours: To be confirmed
  • Salary: £25,000 - £34,999
  • DBS Check: Enhanced
  • Location: Weaver Trust, Cheshire

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Teacher (MPS)

Class Teacher Year 1, Full Time. Temporary

Required September 2021

The Trustees of Weaver Trust wish to appoint an inspirational and enthusiastic newly qualified, or more experienced classteacher who has the drive, vision, energy and commitment to join our hardworking and passionate team.

This position is ideally suited to a NQT, or more experienced teacher, as they will be working alongside another experienced teacher, who will support them with CPD needs as appropriate.

Initially the post will be to teach in Year 1 in one of our Trust schools, Barnton, Comberbach or Grange – depending on the experience and best fit.

We can offer you:

* Support, inspiration, passion, creativity and the chance to make a real difference to children’s lifelong learning.

You will need to:

*Be an excellent classroom practitioner who values all children,

*Demonstrate high expectations of individual achievement and behaviour,

*Have knowledge of phonics teaching,

*Be creative and enthusiastic,

*Have good organisational and interpersonal skills,

*Have flair, talent and initiative,

*Demonstrate a commitment to raising standards.

*Be able to work in close partnership with the whole school community.

If you have the skills, energy and enthusiasm to successfully do this job we would be delighted to hear from you.      

Please complete an application form via the vacancies website, stating clearly the title of the job for which you are applying and email your application to

Closing date:  Friday 11th June 2021      

Interviews w/c: w/b 14th June     

Our school community places the highest priority on keeping our children safe. Applicants for the post will be subject to stringent vetting and induction processes and will require