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KS1 Teacher-September 2021
Come and join our great team!
You must share our vision for the school-that of:
Ø Developing every child to their potential
Ø Developing every child into a lifelong learner with high self-esteem and confidence
Ø The high importance of an engaging, truly interactive, joined up, broad and balanced curriculum supported by high level planning, assessment and expectations
Ø The importance of high level team working and loyalty to the school
We offer you:
Ø Strong, high quality support within year groups, across and throughout the school
Ø Opportunities to work at other schools in the Trust
Ø A positive, happy, supportive working environment-with a life outside of school
Ø Fantastic children and colleagues to share your days with!
To get a flavour of our school, please see our website-www.henrymoore.essex.sch.uk
Visits to the school-Please see our Remote Tour on the school website.
The Executive Head-Mary Evans and Co-Head-Sarah Cowley are happy to meet you remotely on request.
Please phone the school office and ask for Carole Toms.
Job description, Person Specification and application forms are available on the school website or via the school office.
* Harlow Inspirational Learning Trust is committed to Safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and expects staff to share this commitment. Any successful candidate will be required to undertake an enhanced CRB check.
Closing Date: Monday 19th April
Remote Interviews-Tuesday 27th April 2021
* No Agencies thank you
Information about the School
Harlow Inspirational Learning Trust
The Henry Moore Primary School opened in September 2001. The school became an Academy MAT in November 2015 and a Sponsor in March 2016. It is the founding member of Harlow Inspirational Learning Trust. Milwards Primary School and Nursery in Harlow joined the MAT in July 2017.
Henry Moore School has 570 children on role and 94 members of staff
The Henry Moore School has been well-maintained over the years and re-modelled many times. There are nineteen classes; five are located in demountables. As well as the classrooms there are six offices, a computer suite, library, food technology room and two halls, one of which accommodates a breakfast and after school club.
The field is astro turf and is used year round for playtimes and sport. There is high fencing around the school and the site and school are accessed via electronic doors and gates. The governing body has made a commitment to modify the school where and when necessary to meet the specific needs of pupils.