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In seeking to join Kingsbury Green Primary school you are demonstrating your ambition to join us on our journey to World Class status. This new role in our school will be instrumental in delivering our 4 year vision for the arts and in inspiring, motivating and challenging our children to excel in new and exciting ways
Here we think deeply about pedagogy and children’s learning and look for spirit in all our staff in order to offer and deliver learning and care in a holistic and heartfelt way. Our Art and Design teacher will confidently build a distinctive and bold vision for the arts at KGPS.

We strive to give children important and meaningful experiences aspiring all the time to develop in ourselves and children the values of empathy, agility and hard work. We want this to include working with a range of artists and multi-media, creating beautiful work that reaches out to and includes our community
We recruit staff who want to make a difference, who are creative, show initiative and are keen to lead. We look after our staff well-being and professionally grow everyone giving myriad opportunities to develop craft and skill.

To be sure this is the school for you here are a few things that are at our heart, if you align then read on …
• We seek first to understand, build trust to treasure professional, meaningful relationships; between staff, staff and children, children and children
• We believe that truly great teaching is what improves children’s progress and that it is all our responsibility to make great teaching happen
• We believe every child can achieve very well from whatever their starting point and that it is the role of staff to present learning in such a way that they will learn
• We believe teaching is a craft and an apprenticeship - honed with dedication, sweat and “stickability”
• We believe in the limitless potential of people
• We believe this school has a duty and responsibility to provide staff and children with the right conditions to grow
• We believe that feedback to pupils and each other should be timely and precise.
• We believe hard work and pride in a job done well (especially when no one is watching) brings joy and is the key to lifelong success
• We believe in staying positive and in being kind to each other
• We believe we all learn from mistakes and that giving and receiving feedback s how we grow individually and as an organisation

Find out more by:
• Visiting our website www.kingsburygreenprimaryschool.brent.sch.uk or arrange a visit to the school (we strongly advise that you visit the school).
• Making an application via Bhavna Bhudia on 0208 204 6423 or office1@kgreen.brent.sch.uk

Closing date: 21st May 2018 @ noon
Interviews: 23rd or 24th May 2018

Kingsbury Green Primary School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and requires all staff, governors and volunteers to share this commitment.
References will be taken up for all short-listed candidates prior to interview. All successful candidates are required to have an Enhanced DBS check. We welcome applications from both men and women of all ages from any background and from candidates with disabilities.

Empathy – Agility – Hard work

In seeking to join Kingsbury Green Primary school you are demonstrating your ambition to join us on our journey to World Class status.
Here we think deeply about pedagogy and children’s learning and look for spirit in all our staff in order to offer and deliver learning and care in a holistic and heartfelt way.
We strive to give children important and meaningful experiences aspiring all the time to develop in ourselves and children the values of empathy, agility and hard work
We recruit staff who want to make a difference, who are creative, show initiative and are keen to lead. We look after our staff well-being and professionally grow everyone giving myriad opportunities to develop craft and skill.
To be sure this is the school for you here are a few things that are at our heart, if you align then read on …
• We seek first to understand, build trust to treasure professional, meaningful relationships; between staff, staff and children, children and children
• We believe that truly great teaching is what improves children’s progress and that it is all our responsibility to make great teaching happen
• We believe every child can achieve very well from whatever their starting point and that it is the role of staff to present learning in such a way that they will learn
• We believe teaching is a craft and an apprenticeship - honed with dedication, sweat and “stickability”
• We believe in the limitless potential of people
• We believe this school has a duty and responsibility to provide staff and children with the right conditions to grow
• We believe that feedback to pupils and each other should be timely and precise.
• We believe hard work and pride in a job done well (especially when no one is watching) brings joy and is the key to lifelong success
• We believe in staying positive and in being kind to each other
• We believe we all learn from mistakes and that giving and receiving feedback s how we grow individually and as an organisation

Excellence as Standard
“Teachers make the education of their pupils their first concern, and are accountable for achieving the highest possible standards in work and conduct. Teachers act with honesty and integrity; have strong subject knowledge, keep their knowledge and skills as teachers up-to-date and are self-critical; forge positive professional relationships; and work with parents in the best interests of their pupils.”

Directly responsible to:
Deputy Head and Headteacher

Key Duties
To deliver to a high standard all aspects of the 2012 Teacher standards
In doing so:
1. Climate for learning
• Develop positive attitudes to learning in all pupils
• Establish clear routines
• Manage the emotional climate and culture in your classroom
• Respond to children’s commitment, engagement and behaviour consciously, proactively and without blame
2. Planning and preparation
• Create rigorous, innovative outcome driven lessons rooted firmly in assessment of prior learning over a lesson, week, term and year. Be able to plan backwards from a clear outcome
• Plan carefully for children to make excellent progress from their starting points over time
• Meet all the academic needs of pupils in your class
• Prepare diligently for lessons, using feedback judiciously and with real impact
3. Teaching and learning
• Model all learning precisely and in ways that enable all learners to access the learning
• Collaborate with colleagues to deliver great lessons, add value to the school, design strategy and innovations
• Build in independent practice to ensure children take risks and become ready learners
• Give instructions with clarity
• Use other adults with skill and precision to maximise children’s learning
4. Assessment and feedback
• Assess children’s learning quickly, accurately, precisely and evaluatively
• Analyse assessment information accurately and adapt learning as needed
5. Professionalism
• Model a clear belief that all children will achieve and that you are the change agent
• Organise yourself and your classroom that maximises time
• Hold a viewpoint and be willing to share this. Be an active, open minded and reflected learner
• Actively seek out information to improve subject knowledge including through reading blogs, research and online information
• Actively engage in professional development, your career development, coaching, mentoring and appraisal systems

We are looking for
• Teachers who are passionate, creative, skilled team players
• You will be an excellent primary school teacher, skilled at fostering independent learning
• You will be a skilled teacher of English language (including phonics) and Maths
• You will believe that it is your role to ensure all children in your class progress well
• You will be able to use learning evidence to plan next steps precisely
• You will be able to reflect on your own teaching and that of others and use this to improve your practice
• You will be able to demonstrate highly creative cross-curricular learning, learning off-site and outdoors
• You will model a thirst for learning for yourself and so create a learning climate in your classroom that is compelling

Find out more:
• Visiting our website www.kingsburygreenprimaryschool.brent.sch.uk or arrange a visit to the school.
• Making an application via Bhavna Bhudia on 0208 204 6423 or office1@kgreen.brent.sch.uk

Closing date: 22nd May 2018 @ noon
Short listing: 22nd May 2018
Interviews: 24th May 2018

Kingsbury Green Primary School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and requires all staff, governors and volunteers to share this commitment.
References will be taken up for all short-listed candidates prior to interview. All successful candidates are required to have an Enhanced DBS check. We welcome applications from both men and women of all ages from any background and from candidates with disabilities.