Brimsdown Primary School

Achievement Leader with EYFS specialism

Start: 20th April 2020

Salary: MPS/UPS + TLR2b

Closing Date: 12pm 13th February 2020

Brimsdown School is a vibrant and successful three-form entry Primary School with a Nursery. We are culturally and socially diverse and have a strong inclusive ethos. We have purpose built specialist provision for up to 12 Deaf children where children are fully integrated into mainstream classes with specialist support provided by a Teacher of the Deaf. Deaf Instructors and Communication Support Workers. We are looking for an excellent primary practitioner, with EYFS specialism, to join our skilled team with a total communication approach.

“Children in the early years do very well.  Staff prepare them well for Year 1.  Classrooms are lively, interesting places.” OFSTED, December 2019.

We can offer:

–  Enthusiastic, responsive children who are eager to learn.
–  The opportunity to make a difference to children’s lives through education.
–  Quality professional development and staff training.
–  A strong, supportive staff team.
–  Excellent support and guidance from senior and middle leaders.
–  A genuinely inclusive school.
–  A positive and caring culture.


“Staff appreciate the way leaders consider their workload and well-being” OFSTED, December 2019.


We are looking for a teacher who can offer:

  • To be an exemplary Class Teacher within the year group for which you are an Achievement Leader.
  • To be accountable for progress and achievement within your year group by analysing data, reporting to SLT, identify areas of under achievement, implement interventions/boosters and evaluate their effectiveness.
  • To be responsible for promoting and supporting teaching and learning as set out in the Teaching and Learning Policy and other curriculum guidance within the year group.
  • To impact in a positive and enthusiastic way on the staff team developing a strong, positive year group.
  • To be responsible for the day to day management of the team.
  • To be committed to own professional development, attending courses and taking an active interest in educational research.
  • To communicate effectively and positively with parents and the wider school community.
  • To lead meetings for planning and moderation of work.
  • To monitor the learning environment for year group, e.g. displays, book corner.
  • To ensure that any supply cover within the year group understand what they are teaching.

For further information and application pack please contact

The Trust is committed to safeguarding the wellbeing of our pupils. Successful candidates will be required to be checked with the disclosure and barring service (DBS). Further information about the disclosure can be found at