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KS2
Class Teacher

Part Time / Full Time

Job Title: Class Teacher
Salary Scale: Negotiable (dependent on experience)
Position: Key Stage 2 Class Teacher
Start date: September 2022

Closing Date: 28th May 2022

Interested in being part of a school where values come first? We offer a holistic relevant education rich with the culture and teachings of Vedic wisdom situated close to Bhaktivedanta Manor.

To begin employment in September 2022

The qualities we are looking for are:

  • Willing to be an active part of a team striving to deliver a personal curriculum for all learners within a spiritual environment.
  • Experienced in working with the national curriculum and prepared to ‘go the extra mile’ providing the best learning experience for their class.
  • A respect and understanding of Krishna conscious philosophy and Vedic culture.
  • A methodical, organised, calm and creative approach to teaching and working with the children.
  • A commitment to the educational needs of the children in your care.

If you are interested in applying, please email the head teacher for an application pack and send the completed application form, including the names and contact details of 2 professional referees, and a personal statement by the closing date specified.

Visits are warmly welcomed, by appointment. For more information, please contact the school office on Tel no: 01923 851005 or e-mail: headteacher@bvmschool.co.uk to arrange an appointment or for an application pack.

 Our promise to you:

  • Impeccable behaviour from children who are supportive and nurturing with an inherent drive to learn and explore.
  • An organic curriculum that focuses upon the whole child through exciting learning opportunities in sports, performing arts, mindfulness and faith nurture.
  • A positive working environment with opportunities to develop your own practise and leadership skills.
  • A supportive governing and parent body.
  • A school that is forward thinking and committed to high expectations for all.

Gurukula is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and all adults. Such posts will require a DBS check and references will be taken up prior to interview. We are committed to embracing diversity and promoting equalities for all.

Visits to the Gurukula are warmly welcomed.

 Closing date is 28th May, noon.

KS2
One to One Learning
Support Assistant

25 hours weekly

Role: Teaching Assistant
Salary Scale: Negotiable (dependent on experience)
Position: Key Stage 2 One to One Learning Support Assistant
Start date: September 2022

Closing Date: 29th April 2022

Interested in being part of a school where values come first? We offer a holistic relevant education rich with the culture and teachings of Vedic wisdom situated close to Bhaktivedanta Manor.

To begin employment in September 2022

The qualities we are looking for are:

  • Willing to be an active part of a team striving to deliver a personal curriculum for all learners within a spiritual environment.
  • Experienced in working with the national curriculum and prepared to ‘go the extra mile’ providing the best learning experience for their class.
  • A respect and understanding of Krishna conscious philosophy and Vedic culture.
  • A methodical, organised, calm and creative approach to teaching and working with the children.
  • A commitment to the educational needs of the children in your care.

If you are interested in applying, please email the head teacher for an application pack and send the completed application form, including the names and contact details of 2 professional referees, and a personal statement by the closing date specified.

Visits are warmly welcomed, by appointment. For more information, please contact the school office on Tel no: 01923 851005 or e-mail: headteacher@bvmschool.co.uk to arrange an appointment or for an application pack.

 Our promise to you:

  • Impeccable behaviour from children who are supportive and nurturing with an inherent drive to learn and explore.
  • An organic curriculum that focuses upon the whole child through exciting learning opportunities in sports, performing arts, mindfulness and faith nurture.
  • A positive working environment with opportunities to develop your own practise and leadership skills.
  • A supportive governing and parent body.
  • A school that is forward thinking and committed to high expectations for all.

Gurukula is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and all adults. Such posts will require a DBS check and references will be taken up prior to interview. We are committed to embracing diversity and promoting equalities for all.

Visits to the Gurukula are warmly welcomed.

 Closing date is 12th May 2022, noon.

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