Grade 4, Points 9 – 12 £23,893 – £25,119 FTE £12,915.14 – £13,577.84 (Pro Rata) HOURS 20 hours per week split shifts, 52 weeks per year
As soon as possible
Ulceby St Nicholas Church of England Primary School
Thursday 29th February 2024 (noon)
WC Monday 11th March
Ulceby St Nicholas C of E Primary school a small, friendly and inclusive village primary school where every member of the school community is valued as a member of the school “family”. We offer a safe and welcoming environment where children are encouraged to be kind, courageous and ambitious to reach their full potential in all areas. We are proud that our pupils are hard-working, happy and respectful and we aim to help them leave us as confident, respectful citizens who are ambassadors for positive change in the world.
Our curriculum has been written to suit the needs of all pupils and to develop life-long skills and knowledge that they carry forward into the next stage of their education. We believe children’s learning should be purposeful and engaging and should have no ceiling. It is our job to remove barriers to pupils and show them that they can achieve anything!
We are proud to be part of the Lincoln Anglican Academy Trust (LAAT) which is made up of 21 schools within the Lincoln Diocese and to benefit from the support and opportunities that the Trust offers. We also enjoy strong links with our local church and enjoy seeing our pupils explore their understanding and relationship with God and the world around them. Our strong Christian vision and ethos was recognised during our most recent SIAMS inspection (March 2021).
Please contact Ulceby Julian Coles for an informal discussion on 07435 989705 or by email email@example.com
Completed application forms should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org
In line with Keeping Children Safe in Education 2023, please be advised that if shortlisted, we will carry out internet searches to support our commitment to safer recruitment. Please note that the purpose of this is to identify any incidents or issues that have happened, and are publicly available online, which the school might want to explore with applicants at interview. Internet searches will be carried out by someone who is not directly involved in the recruitment process and only relevant information will be shared with the interview panel.