Vacancy : Key Stage 2 teacher (MPS)

A full-time, permanent post

Required from 1st September  2018

We are seeking to appoint a caring, committed and outstanding teacher to join our KS2 team from September 2018.

We welcome applications from experienced teachers and NQTs to work with dedicated staff and friendly children in our lovely school.

The successful applicant will:

  • have high expectations and ambition for themselves and the children they teach
  • demonstrate exemplary classroom practice which promotes progress and personal growth
  • is committed to raising standards and helping children to reach their full potential
  • demonstrate an outstanding knowledge of the National Curriculum
  • deploy effective and engaging teaching approaches to meet the needs of all pupils
  • be a team player with effective collaborative and communication skills
  • promote the distinctive character of our Christian ethos

The benefits of working with us include:

  • a friendly, professional and supportive team of staff and governors in a well resourced school
  • positively engage with CPD and a commitment for sustained improvement and development
  • opportunity to work closely with other schools in the North East Collaboration
  • happy, energetic and enthusiastic children

 

We warmly welcome visits from interested applicants, so please do take the time to come and see our vibrant and successful school.  You will meet our staff and children and get a feel for what it means to be part of the Brierley school community.

Please contact our school on 01226 711332 (or email s.kitchin@brierleyschool.com) to arrange a visit. Application forms must be submitted through the BMBC Engage recruitment website. Please follow the link below:

Barnsley MBC Jobs

The closing date for applications will be Friday 13th April 2018.

Brierley CE Primary School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. This post is subject to pre-employment checks, references will be sought and successful candidates will need to undertake an enhanced DBS check.

Learning about the past

Pit Closures…


As we reach the end of our topic on our local history of coal mining Class FS discovered the extreme action the miners took going on strike for a year to save their pit. We considered the arguments from both sides but wanted to experience what peaceful protest would feel like. We made our own signs and banners and proudly paraded them around the playground.

Safety on the Roads!

Alison Cooper (Barnsley Road Safety) recently visited school to work with Mrs Conway and our road safety officers. Classes MB, SH and SG enjoyed learning about staying safe on the roads. They listened very carefully, saw how to cross the road safely and answered lots of questions. A big thank you to everyone who helped and reinforced the important message to ……..STOP!……..LOOK! and ……….LISTEN! whenever you are close to the road!

Portals to the Past

Class EF had a very interesting and fun day learning all about the Stone Age. ‘Portals To The Past’ workshop came in and taught us lots of new facts to do with life in the Stone Age. By the end of the day the children were experts in how the Stone Age people lived. ‘One of my best ever days at school!’ said one of the children as they were leaving the school hall.

More work from our TASC day!

Class EF had lots of fun taking part in Tasc Day, we played board games and designed our own game. We wrote a set of instructions on how to play each game, all in all a very interesting and enjoyable day with lots of fantastic ideas!

Sh….. what can we hear?

Class MB went on a listening walk around our school, with their extra big ears they listened very carefully and were surprised at all of the different sounds around us. Children playing………  teachers talking……..  dinner ladies cooking and lots and lots of laughter!

 

Thinking Actively in a Social Context

Class FS have had a fantastic day researching the board games that are currently available and then designing and making our own. This week we will be writing the instructions and creating advertisements to ‘sell’ these to our classmates.

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Newsletter 5 February 2018

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