SET Felix Primary

Hours: Fixed term, Part-Time

Salary: MPS-UPS

Closing date: 15/04/2024 09:00

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Fixed term until 31 December 2024 

Part time, 0.8FTE until August 2024 then 0.6FTE until December 2024 

Monday, Tuesday morning, Wednesday, Thursday afternoon, Friday 

Salary MPS1 – UPS3  

£30,000-£46,525 FTE per annum 

We are seeking to appoint an inspiring and energetic Class Teacher with a commitment to supporting our students to ‘be the best they can be’. 


We are seeking to appoint a part time teacher who will be based in a year 4 class, supported by a full time teaching assistant: 

The Class Teacher is responsible for the following: 

Specific Responsibilities 

A non-exhaustive list of specific responsibilities for the role is below and you will be required to undertake other duties and responsibilities as may reasonably be required. 


  • Maintain high expectations of pupil behaviour, demonstrating a high level of discipline through positive and productive relationships and well-focused teaching. 
  • Assist in the development of schemes of work, teaching resources, marking policies and teaching strategies alongside other teachers and the subject lead. 
  • Assist in the development of the subject curriculum, ensuring the continued relevance to the needs of pupils. 
  • Identify clear teaching objectives, content, and lesson structures, and plan sequences of lessons appropriate to the subject content and the pupils being taught. 
  • Set appropriate and demanding expectations for pupils’ learning, setting clear targets for pupils’ learning based on prior attainment. 
  • Identify pupils who have additional educational needs and adapt lesson planning to cater for these needs. 
  • Incorporate the use of resources into lesson plans, ensuring that equipment is in good working order and suitable for teaching use, and that resources are used effectively. 


  • Implement and deliver an appropriately broad, balanced, relevant and differentiated curriculum for the specified subject area, building on pupils’ prior knowledge. 
  • Deliver lessons appropriate to pupils’ different abilities and educational needs, ensuring that they are all able to progress to their potential. 
  • Provide and contribute to oral and written assessments, reports and references relating to individual pupils and groups of pupils. 
  • Mark and monitor pupils’ class and homework regularly, providing constructive oral and written feedback. 
  • Use assessments of pupils’ progress to inform future teaching. 
  • Prepare informative and constructive written reports for parents which identify how each pupil is performing, and how they can improve within the classroom. 
  • Share and support the school’s duty to provide and monitor opportunities for personal and academic growth. 

Managing pupils 

  • Adhere to the processes outlined in the school’s Behaviour Policy, ensuring that any poor levels of behaviour are dealt with appropriately. 
  • Through effective teaching, ensure that pupils are challenged and that best use is made of teaching time to promote good levels of behaviour. 
  • Employ a range of teaching methods to keep pupils engaged, e.g. through effective questioning, clear presentation and use of resources. 

The post-holder will be required to comply with the Trust Code of Conduct. The post holder will have access to and be responsible for confidential information and documentation. They must ensure confidential or sensitive material is handled appropriately and accurately.  

The post holder shall participate in the Trust’s programme of Performance Management and Continuing Professional Development. 

Application Closing Date will be – Monday 15 April 2024 9:00am  
Interview date – w/c 22 April 2024 

Applications will be considered upon receipt; therefore, early applications are encouraged. 

Please request an application form from  


The Trust is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, therefore all applicants must be prepared to undergo a number of checks to confirm their suitability to work with children and young people. The Trust welcomes applications from all sectors of the community. In accordance with the Department of Education’s “Keeping Children Safe in Education”, references will be sought on all short-listed candidates before interview.  

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