Staff Vacancies

Are you an outstanding teacher looking for a new opportunity?

Teacher required for September 2024. ECTs welcome to apply

Teacher required for September 2024. ECTs welcome to apply

Rokesly Junior School is a supportive, dynamic and vibrant school providing children aged 7 to 11 with excellent education opportunities. Our vision is to create an environment that is purposeful, inclusive and engaging, a diverse community where children grow into resourceful, independent learners and develop a thirst for learning that will stay with them throughout their lives.

Our staff members share a collective aim to develop the whole child, ensuring that we lay the foundations for them to become responsible global citizens of the future. We aspire to create an atmosphere where individual strengths are nurtured so that they can achieve at an outstanding level.

Our staff at Rokesly are integral to working towards this vision. As a member of the Rokesly team, you will receive ongoing support and development in your role and have access to a range of enrichment opportunities.

We are looking for someone who:

  • is an outstanding classroom practitioner;
  • has good interpersonal skills;
  • is a good team player;
  • is creative and flexible;
  • will be committed to the school and will contribute to all aspects of school life.

We can offer:

  • a good school
  • a friendly and supportive staff within a welcoming school environment;
  • enthusiastic, well motivated and happy children  who are keen to learn;
  • strong governor and parental support;
  • ongoing professional development.

 

Visits to the school by appointment are welcome. Please contact Shahnaz Hamid at the school to arrange an appointment.

Please download the application pack or contact Shahnaz Hamid at the school for a pack to be sent to you.

Closing date: 5pm Tuesday 7th May 2024

Interviews will be on Thursday 9th May 2024

Rokesly Junior School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.

 

ROKESLY JUNIOR SCHOOL – Job Description

The appointment is subject to the current conditions of employment for teachers.

EQUALITY AND DIVERSITY

We are committed to and champion equality and diversity in all aspects of employment with the London Borough of Haringey. All employees are expected to understand and promote equality and diversity in the course of their work.

Planning, Teaching, Assessment and Class Management:

Teachers will ensure effective teaching of allocated pupils by:

1. Identifying clear teaching objectives

2. Providing clear structures for lessons and, using a variety of teaching strategies, maintain pace, motivation and challenge

3. Setting tasks which challenge pupils and ensure high levels of interest

4. Assessing how well learning objectives have been achieved

5. Marking and monitoring pupils’ work and setting challenging learning targets;

6. Assessing and recording pupils’ progress systematically

7. Identifying SEN or very able pupils and meeting their needs

8. Maintaining an effective atmosphere for learning and following the school’s Behaviour Policy

9. Ensuring that all children enjoy equal access to an appropriate curriculum which enables them to achieve

10. Evaluating their own teaching critically to improve effectiveness

11. Ensuring effective partnership with staff supporting within and/or outside the classroom;

12. Managing Teaching Assistants and volunteers in the classroom

13. Developing and maintaining an appropriate classroom environment

14. Contributing to the development of teaching and learning materials e.g. schemes of work

15. Preparing informative reports to parents

16. Attending parents’ evenings and other meetings (e.g. SEN meetings) as necessary.

Other Professional Requirements

Teachers are expected to:

1. Be familiar with teachers’ professional duties and legal liabilities e.g. equal opportunities, race equality

2. Operate at all times within the stated policies and practices of the school

3. Establish effective working relationships and set a good example through their presentation and personal and professional conduct

4. Contribute to the life of the school through effective participation in meetings and management systems; e.g. playground duty, assembly, etc

5. Take an active and positive role in their own performance management

6. Participating in appropriate INSET/Professional Development

7. Communicate effectively with parents/carers, governors and external agencies

8. Maintain good order, discipline and the well-being of your own pupils and to share in the corporate responsibility for all pupils, whether on the school premises or authorised activities elsewhere

Carry out such other duties and responsibilities at the school as may be reasonably allocated, as the need arises, by the head teacher.

 

Application Form 

Year 6 Teacher required for September 2024.

Year 6 Teacher required for September 2024.

Rokesly Junior School is a supportive, dynamic and vibrant school providing children aged 7 to 11 with excellent education opportunities. Our vision is to create an environment that is purposeful, inclusive and engaging, a diverse community where children grow into resourceful, independent learners and develop a thirst for learning that will stay with them throughout their lives.

Our staff members share a collective aim to develop the whole child, ensuring that we lay the foundations for them to become responsible global citizens of the future. We aspire to create an atmosphere where individual strengths are nurtured so that they can achieve at an outstanding level.

Our staff at Rokesly are integral to working towards this vision. As a member of the Rokesly team, you will receive ongoing support and development in your role and have access to a range of enrichment opportunities.

We are looking for someone who:

  • is an outstanding classroom practitioner;
  • has good interpersonal skills;
  • is a good team player;
  • is creative and flexible;
  • will be committed to the school and will contribute to all aspects of school life.

We can offer:

  • a good school
  • a friendly and supportive staff within a welcoming school environment;
  • enthusiastic, well motivated and happy children  who are keen to learn;
  • strong governor and parental support;
  • ongoing professional development.

 

Visits to the school by appointment are welcome. Please contact Shahnaz Hamid at the school to arrange an appointment.

Please download the application pack or contact Shahnaz Hamid at the school for a pack to be sent to you.

Closing date: 5pm Tuesday 7th May 2024

Interviews will be on Thursday 9th May 2024

Rokesly Junior School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.

ROKESLY JUNIOR SCHOOL – Job Description

The appointment is subject to the current conditions of employment for teachers.

EQUALITY AND DIVERSITY

We are committed to and champion equality and diversity in all aspects of employment with the London Borough of Haringey. All employees are expected to understand and promote equality and diversity in the course of their work.

Planning, Teaching, Assessment and Class Management:

Teachers will ensure effective teaching of allocated pupils by:

1. Identifying clear teaching objectives

2. Providing clear structures for lessons and, using a variety of teaching strategies, maintain pace, motivation and challenge

3. Setting tasks which challenge pupils and ensure high levels of interest

4. Assessing how well learning objectives have been achieved

5. Marking and monitoring pupils’ work and setting challenging learning targets;

6. Assessing and recording pupils’ progress systematically

7. Identifying SEN or very able pupils and meeting their needs

8. Maintaining an effective atmosphere for learning and following the school’s Behaviour Policy

9. Ensuring that all children enjoy equal access to an appropriate curriculum which enables them to achieve

10. Evaluating their own teaching critically to improve effectiveness

11. Ensuring effective partnership with staff supporting within and/or outside the classroom;

12. Managing Teaching Assistants and volunteers in the classroom

13. Developing and maintaining an appropriate classroom environment

14. Contributing to the development of teaching and learning materials e.g. schemes of work

15. Preparing informative reports to parents

16. Attending parents’ evenings and other meetings (e.g. SEN meetings) as necessary.

Other Professional Requirements

Teachers are expected to:

1. Be familiar with teachers’ professional duties and legal liabilities e.g. equal opportunities, race equality

2. Operate at all times within the stated policies and practices of the school

3. Establish effective working relationships and set a good example through their presentation and personal and professional conduct

4. Contribute to the life of the school through effective participation in meetings and management systems; e.g. playground duty, assembly, etc

5. Take an active and positive role in their own performance management

6. Participating in appropriate INSET/Professional Development

7. Communicate effectively with parents/carers, governors and external agencies

8. Maintain good order, discipline and the well-being of your own pupils and to share in the corporate responsibility for all pupils, whether on the school premises or authorised activities elsewhere

Carry out such other duties and responsibilities at the school as may be reasonably allocated, as the need arises, by the head teacher.

Application Form 

Contact Us

Rokesly Junior School
Rokesly Avenue,
London, N8 8NH

Phone: 020 8348 0290
Email: admin@rokesly-jun.haringey.sch.uk

Headteacher: Bola Soneye-Thomas