Vacancies

Upper Key Stage 2 Class Teacher

We are seeking a teacher to begin in September 2021.


Apply by: 20th June 2021


Shortlisting: 21st June 2021


Interviews: 23rd June 2021


Salary: Main Pay Scale – We will consider Early Career Teachers for this role.


Contract: Permanent Contract (Full time is preferred although we will consider part time

candidates)


Contact: If you are interested in finding out more about the role and our school, please ask to speak to Matt Watt, the school’s principal



About the role:

We are looking for a teacher who is dynamic and believes in the ethos of the school. We are

open to someone that would like to work either full or part time.

If successful, you will receive two days of induction during the summer holidays and will

begin our induction programme for the first two terms. If you are an ECT, you will receive

weekly training sessions after school and a mentor for 1:1 meetings.

As we are a two-form entry school, you will be working alongside a partner teacher in

planning, preparation and delivery of lessons and other opportunities such as residential

trips and visits.


About you:

We tend to find that the sort of person who thrives at Tyndale Community School:

• Is passionate about working with children and has a strong vision for their future.

• Sees teaching as an art form, which they are continually improving and honing.

• Is able to receive feedback as a gift and as an opportunity for growth.

• Has strong communication and collaboration skills.

• Is able to approach tasks such as planning in a creative way and can show flexibility when

required.

• Has a good sense of humour and enjoys the company of others. • Is able to work towards deadlines.

• Always wants to go the extra mile.


About us:

Tyndale Community School is a Christian Ethos school. We opened in September 2013 under

the government’s Free Schools initiative and grew from the ground up. We are a two-form

entry school and now have approximately 370 children on roll.

We believe that having a strong ethos is the foundation for a great school. As a school, we

work hard on all of our relationships with parents, children, staff and the community. In

fact, we are motivated by grace, love and fellowship and create a culture of belonging and

empowerment for those within our community.


We are a community where academic excellence meets civic responsibility. We want all

children to meet their full potential in life and to aim high in everything they do. We also

want them to make a positive contribution to the world both now and in the future.

Therefore, we are an outward looking school that believes the better we become both

individually and collectively, the more we can help our wider society.


Some of our unique features included:

• We are a project based learning school and work in a unique way to achieve our outcomes.

Check out more here: https://www.tyndalecommunityschool.co.uk/our-way/our?curriculum/project-based-learning

• We love to collaborate with others, including colleagues from other schools and

professionals from a range of fields. We coordinate subjects in teams, drawing on each

other’s experience and expertise. These include English, STEM, Humanities and Arts,

including Sports.

• We are in the heart of the community and constantly seek opportunities to build a stronger

community. Check out more here: https://www.tyndalecommunityschool.co.uk/

• We are a strong team who loves spending time together. We want to be the best at our jobs

and support each other in achieving this. We also provide regular opportunities to be

together, such as Friday morning breakfast.

• We provide high quality CPD for teachers at any stage of their career, including line

management and coaching, development and mentoring programmes.

• Our behaviour policy focuses on Praise in Public and Reprimand in Private and consequences

are natural and logical rather than punitive.


**If you are interested in finding out more about the role and our school, we would encourage you to speak to Matt Watt, the school’s principal.**