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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. A personal trainer comes to school twice a week and runs classes for staff. Staff benefit from cost price schools meals and a 'Me Day'.

We do not recruit through agencies.

Part-time Assistant Headteacher for September 2021 

3 days a week

Due to the re-location of one of our assistant headteachers, we have an exciting vacancy for a part-time non- class based assistant headteacher from September 2021. John Keble School is a two-form entry, happy, vibrant learning community. We are committed to providing the best possible education for all of our children, nurturing and teaching them in a Christian environment.

The successful applicant will join a leadership team consisting of Headteacher, Deputy Headteacher and five Assistant Headteachers (four phase leaders and the SENDCo). 

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." 

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. We teach in a cross curricular way, planning to the children's interests across the school. 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.  Supervision is also available for staff. 

For us as a school team, we believe it is vital that our children are offered as many experiences as possible to ensure that they are well-equipped to succeed in today’s rapidly evolving society. We work restoratively, placing emphasis on forming sound and positive relationships built on mutual trust. Our staff are all here to support the children – investing in tomorrow’s workforce and citizens ensuring they are academically, socially and emotionally prepared for the future. Our expectations are consistently high; not just from ourselves as educators but also of the children and families who make our community. 

This role involves supporting the headteacher in managing and leading the school as a member of the Senior Leadership Team. The role holds both responsibility for leading a phase (currently Year 1 and EYFS) and also leading a core subject area in the school.

The successful candidate will need to: 

Be an exemplary teacher 

Have a proven record of leadership 

Have a passion for bringing creativity into children’s learning and development 

Be able to accept challenges, inspire and motivate others 

Have high expectations and a desire to raise standards 

Be a committed team member 

Be prepared to bring fresh perspectives to learning

Please call the school and arrange a tour. We would love to meet you and show you around.

Closing date is Friday 21st May at Midday. Interviews will take place week commencing 24th May 2021.

Please complete the application form and return it to recruitment@jkeble.brent.sch.uk

 

Class Teacher for September 2021.

NQTs are welcome to apply.

Due to the relocation of one of our teachers, we have a vacancy for a class teacher from September 2021. 

John Keble School is a two-form entry, happy, vibrant learning community. We are committed to providing the best possible education for all of our children, nurturing and teaching them in a Christian environment.

The successful applicant will join a vibrant, creative team, where you will be well supported by a large leadership team. As a teacher at John Keble School, you have access to a range of CPD, joint planning with your team members, an Assistant Headteacher responsible for your phase, present to support you with planning. We value work-life balance - we complete no paper planning across KS1 and KS2 and are constantly looking for ways to lighten work load and ensure staff wellbeing. 

Working at John Keble School...

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. We teach in a cross curricular way, planning to the children's interests across the school. 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. 

For us as a school team, we believe it is vital that our children are offered as many experiences as possible to ensure that they are well-equipped to succeed in today’s rapidly evolving society. We work restoratively, placing emphasis on forming sound and positive relationships built on mutual trust. Our staff are all here to support the children – investing in tomorrow’s workforce and citizens ensuring they are academically, socially and emotionally prepared for the future. Our expectations are consistently high; not just from ourselves as educators but also of the children and families who make our community.

The successful candidate will need to:

Be an exemplary teacher

Have a passion for bringing creativity into children’s learning and development

Be able to accept challenges, inspire and motivate others

Have high expectations and a desire to raise standards

Be a committed team member

Be prepared to bring fresh perspectives to learning

Please call the school and arrange a tour. We would love to meet you and show you around.

The closing date is Friday 14th May 2021 at midday. Interviews will take place the following week.

Please return your application to recruitment@jkeble.brent.sch.uk