KS2 Teacher (P/T) Town Hall

  • SalaryMPS 1-6 (FTE) 3 days per week
  • Start DateASAP
  • Closing DateWednesday 7th November 2018
  • InterviewsTuesday, 13 November 2018

Job Summary

Are you an ambitious and creative practitioner that has values, community and innovation close to your heart? Then we are your next step…

Who are we?

Claycots School Partnership is the largest primary school in the UK and is excited to be recruiting to meet the needs of our rapid expansion to ensure that our children get the very best in creative, innovative and dynamic teachers. We have over 1750 pupils over two high profile campuses in Slough and we have big plans for our children. We drive forward the agenda for social equality and deliver excellent provision for the children of Slough.

In recent years, we have invested heavily into our curriculum, particularly around mastery in mathematics, yet remain ambitious to continuously better our provision offer. This is a truly a fantastic prospect for a dedicated and values driven professional who is willing to work with us to improve the life chances of our pupils, whilst also benefitting from opportunities to achieve accelerated progression within education and their future career.

What we can offer?

Claycots is committed to supporting and coaching teachers to reach their full potential. The post will give the successful candidate the opportunity to work in a dynamic and thriving school community where they can make a tangible difference, whilst receiving exceptional professional development.

For all teaching posts, we welcome applications from both experienced and newly qualified teachers.

How To Apply

For further information, please contact us via email:

Recruitment@Claycots.slough.sch.uk or contact HR on 0118 207 0421 for an application pack.

A downloadable application form is available on our school website.

Candidates are very welcome to visit the school: please contact 0118 207 0421 to arrange a tour.

Applicants will be required to demonstrate their commitment to promoting and safeguarding the welfare of children and young people in line with Claycots policies and procedures. A satisfactory Enhanced DBS disclosure is required for this role. The school will request references before interview.