Early Years/KS1 Class Teacher with a TLR 2a for Early Reading

Early Years/KS1 Class Teacher with a TLR 2a £3,108 for Early Reading

Are you looking to make a positive impact and play a key role in sustained school improvement?

The children and staff of Paganel are on the pursuit of greatness. Our core values are Respect, Enquiry and Perseverance.  We are looking for an outstanding class teacher.

Ofsted have graded Paganel as a ‘Good’ School (March 2020). Ofsted said that pupils have positive attitudes to school and are proud of their achievements.

This is an excellent opportunity to work with the Leadership Team, staff, Governors and our children on our ‘pursuit of greatness’.

We offer:

  • A strong leadership with a clear vision of where the school is, where it is going and how we are going to achieve this.
  • Good standards in teaching and learning have been secured across the school which has resulted in pupils making strong progress.
  • Safeguarding at the school is very effective.
  • Staff feel they are respected for their own strengths and areas for development, they share their knowledge and skills with others displaying a high level of teamwork and partnership.
  • The school has embraced the revised emphasis on the wider curriculum and has comprehensive plans in place to ensure that the children receive a broad and balanced curriculum offer.
  • Deliberate and effective action is taken to promote pupils’ spiritual, moral, social and cultural development and their physical and mental well-being.

We are looking for a teacher who has passion and understanding of Early Reading:

  • Successful record of teaching at an outstanding level.
  • Experience / desire to teach in Early years/KS1.
  • Ambition and drive to make a difference for our children at Paganel.
  • A passion about children’s development and inclusion.
  • High expectations and a commitment to raising standards
  • An unrelenting commitment to equality and the belief that all will succeed.
  • The ability to be a calm presence in difficult circumstances.
  • Highly effective communication skills with all members of the school community.
  • Ambition to develop their own professional development and that of others.
  • The ability to create and promote positive strategies for ensuring the well-being and happiness of all learners
  • A nurturing, restorative and patient approach to behaviour development of all children.

Visits to the school are warmly welcomed and encouraged. Please telephone to make an appointment.

19/04/23 – 3.45pm, 25/04/23 9.15am, 25/04/23 3.45pm

Closing date for applications: 28/04/23 at midday

Interview: 22nd May 2023

Application forms, person specification and job description are available from the school website, CVs are not accepted.

Completed applications should be returned to the school or via email:-


For reasons of economy if you have not had a response to your application please assume on this occasion your application has not been successful.