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Working at John Keble School...

Ofsted March 2018 says, "You are now driving the school to the next level. Encouraged and supported through your leadership, teachers share their best practice across the school, with good effect. There is a high level of challenge in all lessons. As a result, more pupils make consistently strong progress."

John Keble School is a vibrant and busy place, serving a very diverse community. Children and families comment on how friendly the school is. We pride ourselves on how well staff are supported and encouraged. With a large leadership team, PPA takes place in teams and planning is joint and creative. The  Ofsted quote above shows how we work effectively as a team, supporting each other. Support staff are included in all our CPD and have weekly tailored sessions. We buy into two different CPD packages to ensure high quality training for all staff. External supervision is also available for staff. Staff benefit from cost price schools meals and a 'Me Day'.

We do not recruit through agencies

Part-Time Temporary School Cleaner

We currently have a temporary part-time vacancy for a school cleaner. The successful applicant will work as part of our premises team, ensuring a clean and hygienic work environment. The role involves keeping basic records. 

The post is a term-time only position, 12.5 hours per week, 3.30pm - 6pm. Please read the job description and person specification and apply using the LDBS application form below. Applications must be submitted electronically to recruitment@jkeble.brent.sch.uk

If you have any queries about the role, please phone the school and speak to the School Business Manager.

Teacher Training

John Keble School works in conjunction with Teaching London: LDBS SCITT to recruit and train teachers on the School Direct programme leading to Qualified Teacher Status (QTS) and a Postgraduate Certificate in Education (PGCE).

What is School Direct?
School Direct is a school-based route into teaching. As a School Direct trainee training with our school and our ITT provider, Teaching London, you’ll learn alongside inspiring, passionate teachers with outstanding pedagogical knowledge. You will be trained to become a successful, confident and effective teacher, and will be equipped to teach in a dynamic and vibrant primary school. You will undertake entirely ‘on the job’ teacher training, allowing you to gain the qualifications and practical skills required to become a teacher.

Entry Requirements

Teaching London is seeking high quality graduates who can demonstrate a commitment to teaching as a career. To find out more about our entry requirements, click here.

How to Apply
Candidates should apply via gov.uk. Course codes are available here.
Applicants who are successful at interview will be offered a conditional place.

For more information click here to visit the Teaching London: LDBS SCITT website

 

AN ENHANCED DBS CHECK IS REQUIRED FOR ALL POSTS.