Full-time Class Teacher required - ECTS welcome to apply
Start date January 2023 or sooner
Mainscale + Outer London weighting
Drapers' Maylands Primary School is a member of a small Multi-Academy Trust on the edge of Havering and Essex borders with close links to M25, A12 and A127.
Our small family of schools work closely together to make a difference to children in the community with the help of our sponsors, The Drapers' Company and QMUL.
What makes Maylands different?
A Unique learning environment…
Our Reggio Emilia inspired learning environment provides a calm and purposeful setting for our children. Our school building is well-designed but we are continuing to develop the learning areas inside and out. We already have dedicated learning areas such as a Food Technology Room, Technology Zone for Computing and an Enchanted Wood library.
Emotional well-being is at the heart of everything we do…
We are a Thrive school, which means we are emotionally literate, promote mutual respect between adults and children and value what our children have to say. Through the use of Restorative Practices we are enabling self-regulation by pupils with good moral judgements. All our staff eat together with the children in a family-style dining environment every lunchtime to enjoy a healthy school meal.
Passionate about enrichment opportunity…
We offer Forest School to every child, seek out exciting visits and visitors, have an Artist in Residence and specialist teachers. Our school curriculum is designed to inspire our learners and give them skills for life.
Innovative professional opportunities…
Using current models of professional development and individual opportunities for growth, every member of our team is valued and encouraged to be an aspirational and developing practitioner.
Please see our website for more information, particularly what the children have to say!
Visits to the school could be arranged and informal discussions available for potential candidates.
Closing date: 8th December 12pm
Drapers’ Multi-Academy Trust is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. Appointments are subject to enhanced DBS clearance and satisfactory employment references.