TO RYKNELD PRIMARY SCHOOL
At Rykneld school, we pride ourselves in placing children at the centre of all that we do, focusing on their academic and personal achievements and reaching their potential in both. We love our school and are very proud of our accomplishments. We place great importance on learning and creating a learning community for children and adults alike.
We are a highly inclusive school and make sure that everyone can succeed in a place where they feel safe, happy and well. Safeguarding children is very important to us. We take care in making sure that our policies reflect our practice and procedures.
We work hard to ensure that we create a caring, committed team, enabling everyone to achieve their best, inclusive of staff. We are driven to ensuring that we create the best possible opportunities for the professional development of all staff and by choosing to work at Rykneld. In conjunction with JTMAT and the National Forest Teaching School (NFTS) we can provide wide and varied CPD experiences.
We are proud of our school community and work in partnership with our parents to inspire the children to believe in themselves and to achieve the highest of standards. We encourage our parents to provide support for their children and for the school. Parents are a vital part of the whole team which promotes the child’s learning and well-being. We very much hope that you will take every opportunity to take part in the life of the school and its role within the community. We adopt an ‘open door policy’, encouraging all our parents to share with us in celebrations and also any concerns which they may have.
If your career aspirations and motivation matches the professional qualities we seek, you may be the person to join our team. Visits to the school and informal discussions with the Headteacher are positively encouraged.
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us and I look forward to hearing from you.
Mr R Cruise
Why work at Rykneld Primary School?
A passion for excellence
Staff well-being programmes
High Performing Schools
Teaching & Research Schools
Supporting Information & Partner Organisations
Current Recruitment Opportunities
Lunchtime Supervisors – 2 posts available
7.08 hours per week / Permanent / Term time only
Hours of work are Monday to Friday 8:30am t0 12:30pm
Salary: Grade 2 – £18,562
Actual pro-rata salary: £2,937 per annum, this does not reflect possible Tax, NI and Pension deductions.
Closing Date: 9am Wednesday 21st April 2021