Seacroft Grange Primary School

At Seacroft Grange we want the best for and the best from everyone in our learning community.

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Moresdale Lane, Seacroft, Leeds, LS14 6JR

01132 605385

j.hinchliff@seacroftgps.org.uk

Vacancies and Recruitment

Teacher - KS1 (Y1 in the first instance)

CLOSING DATE 21st April 2022 12pm - to apply click the job title link above

Are you an exceptional teacher who is performing at an extremely high standard?

We are looking to appoint someone who has the ambition, drive and resilience to serve in an inner-city school and who is unwavering in their commitment to improve the outcomes and lives of children.

We are looking to appoint someone who has a proven record of high-quality teaching and learning in the early phase of school – ensuring our Year 1 classroom has high-expectations and supports different children’s needs through quality first teaching and high quality provision/challenge linked to the National Curriculum.

Do you want to work in a school with a Headteacher and Governing Body who set out a crystal-clear direction for the school. (Ofsted, June 2016) and help achieve our commitment of wanting ‘the best for and the best from everyone in our learning community’?

We are looking for:
• An excellent classroom practitioner who possesses the gift of working with young children, finding ways to engage their imagination and has an innate sense of fun, energy and enthusiasm for learning
• Someone who has working knowledge and experience of child development and the early years and can use this knowledge to support effective transition from Early Years into Year 1
• Someone with working knowledge and experience of balancing provision and challenge areas to support high-quality independent access to National Curriculum objectives
• An ability to use initiative and complete their work to a high standard
• An ambitious and driven person who will add value to our school
• A person who is resilient, who perseveres and embraces challenge
• Someone with a good sense of humour who is willing to fully engage in the life of the school community including working with parents and truly embraces ‘Investment in GOLD standard’.

We can offer you:
• Pupils with good attitudes to learning and who understand ‘GOLD standard’ learning behaviour
• An ‘inspirational’ and ‘ambitious’ Headteacher
• ‘Consistency in strategy and policy’
• Staff with an ‘unwavering commitment’ to school
• ‘Impressive’ pastoral systems to support vulnerable children
• A hugely supportive and vibrant school team
• Collaboration with other agencies including being a member of the Leeds East Primary Partnership Trust (LEPP)
• Investment in your development

 

Project Lead - East Area Inclusion Partnership

CLOSING DATE 19th April 2022 12pm - to apply click the job title link above

Do you have leadership experience within a Primary and/or Secondary school setting? Do you have the grit and determination to work to prevent the permanent exclusion of children across the East of the city? Do you have strategic experience of developing and delivering action plans and providing support and challenge to get results?

We are looking for a Project Lead for the East Area Inclusion Partnership (EAIP). The EAIP is in a good financial position and is ripe for development into something that is really exciting and can be a beacon of excellent practice in our city: child-friendly Leeds.

More information on what the East AIP does and is can be found at https://www.eaipleeds.com/

We are not offering this at a particular salary but rather at a leadership rate either in relation to the Principal Officer (PO) rate for an officer or on the Leadership Group for qualified teachers – depending on experience. We want the right person, doing the right job and as such the salary will be negotiated with the right candidate.

We can offer:
● Committed Primary and Secondary chairs to support your vision
● A healthy budget to devise and deliver on your vision
● Existing relationships with clusters, alternative provisions, local authority and schools
● A blank canvas for the organic development of a new approach to preventing permanent exclusion
● A local authority committed to the AIP structure in preventing permanent exclusion
● Flexibility around salary for the right candidate

We are looking for:
● Someone who has experience working in a leading role within an educational setting
● Someone who has vision and experience in delivering their vision and securing buy-in from stakeholders
● Someone with experience of working with children with SEMH challenges
● Someone with the ability to build and lead a team
● Someone with the authority to support and challenge members of staff across both primary and secondary settings
● Someone who is resilient with a good sense of humour
● Someone who is familiar with multi-agency working and values partnership

Additional allowances

We are not offering this at a particular salary but rather at a leadership rate either in relation to the Principal Officer (PO) rate for an officer or on the Leadership Group for qualified teachers – depending on experience. We want the right person, doing the right job and as such the salary will be negotiated with the right candidate.