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Key Stage 2 Teacher

(Tuesday 6th April 2021)

Key Stage 2 Teacher (Full time Permanent)

The governors are seeking to appoint a teacher in KS2 (Year 5/6) who shares the same passion and commitment to teaching and learning as we do at Wychwood C of E Primary School. We are a large rural school set in the heart of the beautiful Wychwood community on the edge of the Cotswolds. We are committed to developing the whole child and ensuring that our children experience exciting and creative opportunities to learn, explore and have fun! We would like to appoint someone to start with us in September 2021

We can offer:
• a school community that supports and grows excellent teachers
• parents and children who value our school and the teachers within it
• governors and school leaders who are committed to ensuring that teachers have the space to be creative and the tools to be successful
You will need to be:
• Committed to reflecting on your own teaching and learning practice.
• Passionate about inspiring life-long learning
• Dynamic and motivating
• Able to communicate effectively with parents and carers
• A team player
• Willing to play your part by planning and delivering exciting and engaging learning experiences.

Salary M1 - M6 (£25714 - £36961)

 

NQTs welcome! Visits are warmly welcomed, our Headteacher Joseph Rubba would be happy to show you around. Please contact the school on 01993 830059 or email us at office.3257@wychwood-pri.oxon.sch.uk

Applications should be made either by email to office.3257@wychwood-pri.oxon.sch.uk or by post addressed Mrs J Hemming, School Business Manager.

Closing date 12 noon on  April 23rd 2021


Interviews week beginning April 26th 2021

Applications close: Friday 23rd April 2021

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Job Description for Teachers April 2021

Key Stage 2 Personal Specification April 2021

Deputy Headteacher

(Tuesday 6th April 2021)

The governors are seeking to appoint a Deputy Headteacher for September 2021 due to our present Deputy securing Headship. We are looking for someone who shares the same passion and commitment to teaching and learning as we do at Wychwood C of E Primary School. We are a large rural school set in the heart of the beautiful Wychwood community on the edge of the Cotswolds. We are committed to developing the whole child and ensuring that our children experience exciting and creative opportunities to learn, explore and have fun! We are looking for someone to join our leadership team who shares the same passion we do for teaching and learning!

We can offer:
• a school community that supports the ambitions of all its teachers
• a leadership team that is reflective, committed and curious
• parents and children who value our school and the teachers within it
• governors and school leaders who are committed to ensuring that teachers have the space to be creative and the tools to be successful
You will need to be:
• Willingness to read, reach-out and reflect to improve all facets of school life
• Passionate that all children can succeed
• Dynamic and motivating
• Able to communicate effectively with parents and carers

 

Salary - L6 - L10 (£47735 - £52723)

Visits are warmly welcomed, our Headteacher Joseph Rubba would be happy to show you around. Please contact the school on 01993 830059 or email us at office.3257@wychwood-pri.oxon.sch.uk

Closing date: 12 noon 30th April 2021

Interviews will take place week beginning 3rd May 2021

Applications close: Friday 30th April 2021

Deputy Headteacher Job Description April 2021

Deputy Headteacher Personal Specification April 2021

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Crossing Patrol Person

(Wednesday 23rd September 2020)

Oxfordshire County Council are looking to employ a Crossing Patrol Person for our school, please contact Sian Gibbons on 07867 467794 or email sian.gibbons@oxfordshire.gov.uk to find out more details.

OXFORDSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL

ENVIRONMENT & ECONOMY

JOB DESCRIPTION

Job Title: School Crossing Patrol Officer

Service: Transport

Team: Road Safety

Grade: 2

Hours: 7.5 per week

Job Type: Permanent

Responsible to: School Crossing Patrol Manager

Job Purpose

To provide a good level of customer service.

To provide assistance to school children and others to cross safely over the road.

To provide a caring, authoritative and assertive approach to all members of the public

To provide a safe place for children and members of the public to cross the road by rapidly assessing complex traffic situation.

To be prepared to attend Magistrates Court and give evidence, if required to do so.

To deal with problems and complaints efficiently and calmly.

To provide your Line Manager with information in connection with any incident or accident.

To provide clear instructions to people crossing the road.

Wear all the appropriate clothing supplied, in the correct manner, in order to comply with Health and Safety Regulations and to be visible and tidy at all times.

To ensure enough stopping time is given to drivers before stepping out into the road.

It may be necessary to change your hours in line with School requirements.

For all staff– You have specific responsibilities under Health & Safety legislation to ensure that you:

  • Take reasonable care for your own health and safety, and that of others affected by what you do, or do not do
  • Cooperate on all issues involving health and safety
  • Use work items provided for you correctly, in accordance with training and instructions
  • Do not interfere with or misuse anything provided for your health, safety or welfare
  • Report any health and safety concerns to your line manager as soon as practicable

Note

The duties of this post may vary from time to time, without changing the general character of the duties or level of responsibilities.

Selection Criteria

Directorate: Environment and Economy

Job Title: School Crossing Patrol Officer

Job Ref. No: SCPO1

Grade: 2

Essential

  • Possession of good customer service skills
  • Ability to assess complex traffic situations
  • Ability to be assertive
  • Ability to stay calm in difficult situations
  • Ability to understand the safety of crossing a road
  • Ability to keep uniform & sign clean
  • Confident in dealing with people
  • Caring Approach
  • Approachable
  • Willingness to wear a uniform at all times whilst on duty

Desirable

  • Knowledge of how to give instructions clearly
  • Experience of dealing with children
  • Experience or knowledge of dealing with difficult people

 

Applications close: Friday 30th April 2021