Vacancies

Thank you for your interest in St. Margaret's School.

We are currently advertising the following two vacancies on https://www.wmjobs.co.uk/

 

 KS2 Class Teacher from September 2018.

The Governors of St. Margaret’s CE Primary School wish to appoint an enthusiastic and inspiring Key Stage 2 Teacher from September 2018.

St. Margaret’s is an oversubscribed one form entry school with a strong Christian character and a warm and welcoming atmosphere.

We are looking to appoint a teacher with energy, enthusiasm, experience and a growth mind-set who can ensure that our KS2 pupils develop into confident, well-rounded individuals including being successful in their learning.

The successful applicant will:

• Be an excellent classroom teacher.

• Offer drive, vision, enthusiasm, imagination and commitment.

• Establish a caring, inclusive environment with a focus on developing the whole child

• Be passionate about achievement for every child and committed to on-going professional learning

We can offer you:

• a caring ethos where everyone is valued, supported and developed

• a happy, vibrant learning and working environment

• well-behaved pupils who are eager to learn

• highly effective, hardworking and adventurous staff

• supportive Governors and parents

• a strong partnership with St. Margaret’s Church and the Church of England, Birmingham

• excellent opportunities for personal and professional development.

Visits to school are strongly encouraged and you will receive a warm welcome. Please contact the School Office on 0121 706 5020.

Closing date: 12 noon Monday 23rd April 2018

Interviews: 2nd May 2018

Please note we do not accept CVs.

Completed application forms should be delivered to the school office or emailed to: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Application Pack

Application Form


 

 Headteacher -Required for 1st September 2018 

Leadership scale point 13-19

 

As a result of the forthcoming retirement of our Headteacher, the Governors of St Margaret’s Church of England Primary school in Solihull are looking to recruit an enthusiastic, inspiring and committed person to lead our popular and forward-looking one-form entry school on the next stage of its journey. 

We can offer:

·        Delightful pupils who are highly motivated, well behaved, and caring

·        Dedicated, talented and professional staff

·        A supportive governing body who are committed to your continued professional development

·        Strong links with parents, St Margaret’s church and the wider community 

We are looking for someone who has, among other attributes:

·        A commitment to the Christian ethos of the school

·        Lots of new and exciting ideas to continue to move the school forward

·        The ability to lead, motivate, influence and inspire children, staff and parents

·        High expectations of children’s achievements and behaviour

·        Proven outstanding leadership at primary level

·        A good understanding of the analysis of data to raise standards

·        A commitment to ensure continuation of the school’s inclusive and caring environment in which all children are valued and supported to achieve their potential, regardless of background or circumstances 

·        The ability to communicate with all sections of the school community

 

St Margaret’s C of E Primary School is committed to safer recruitment. 

All appointments are subject to an enhanced DBS check. 

We would be delighted to show you around our school. Please contact the school office on 0121 706 5020 to arrange a visit.

Closing date:    Monday 23rd April 2018 at 12 noon

Interviews:          Tuesday 22nd and Friday 25th May 2018

Please return completed applications to:

The Chairs of Governors
St Margaret’s Church of England (VA) Primary School
Richmond Road, Olton 
Solihull,
B92 7RR
  

Head teacher advert

 

Head teacher recruitment pack

 

Application form

 

 

 

St. Margaret's School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and requires all staff and volunteers to demonstrate this commitment in every aspect of their work.