VACANCIES AT THE STEINER ACADEMY HEREFORD
We are an all-through rural school with 330 pupils (3-16 yrs.). Our enthusiastic and talented staff are supported by committed parents. Our pupils achieve well academically and our ambition for them is that they become responsible and free individuals, who think clearly, observe perceptively and act constructively for the good of the world.
VACANCY FROM September 2015
We have a vacancy for a Class Teacher in the Lower School (Classes 1-6), starting in Class 1. Candidates must be graduates and have a Steiner Waldorf teaching qualification. Proven, positive experience of class teaching this age group (6-12yrs) in a Steiner school is desirable.
We offer a salary of £23,695 to £25,756 depending on experience, plus membership of the Teachers’ Pension Scheme.
The Steiner Academy Hereford is now in its sixth year of life and activity, and is thriving with full classes and beautiful Abuildings and surroundings. We seek colleagues to help us develop the living qualities of Steiner education in the heart of Herefordshire.
Application Pack can be downloaded here:
Alternatively please contact Kate Robertson using email firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 01981 540221 for a pack.
For an informal discussion please contact the Lower School Lead, Julie Whitfield, on 01981 540221
Closing date for applications: 5pm Thursday 12th February 2015
Under the Equality Act of 1 October 2010, The Academy is committed to promoting equality of opportunity for the benefit of everyone. It is part of our core ethos to respect and value each person as an individual human being, each with their own gifts and challenges and this is regardless of, sex, race, religion and belief, disability, sexual orientation, gender reassignment, pregnancy, and maternity. The Governing Body and staff recognise their responsibilities in preparing young people for life in our culturally diverse society and showing by example the value of respect for each other as well as self-respect. They also recognise the opportunity to demonstrate that commitment both as a community resources provider and as a local employer. The Steiner Academy wishes to employ staff who are caring and will uphold the ethos and curriculum of the Academy. To support this, the Academy takes into account the guidance issued by the DfE to be applied from 1st January 2007 ‘Safeguarding Children and Safer Recruitment in Education