Class Teacher from September 2023
(with a possibility of a TLR for additional responsibilities)

We are looking for a highly effective class teacher, possibly with Early Years experience to complete our teaching team from September 2023. Come and join a strong and supportive team of staff within a highly successful school that is committed to providing the best possible learning opportunities for everyone. We are looking for someone proactive, innovative and committed to securing high standards for all children.  A TLR linked to the leadership of a core area of development in the school will be available for someone with the experience and skills required to lead this area across the school.

What makes us unique?

Elmwood Infant School is a large four form entry school with a 52 place nursery. We are located a short walk away from the centre of Croydon and serve a very diverse community with many of our pupils speaking English as an Additional Language. We have been judged by Ofsted as being consistently good for over 10 years and are a UNICEF Gold Rights Respecting School. Children’s rights are an integral part of our curriculum and we are very proud of fact that we have won the Show Racism the Red Card competition on many occasions! Please take a look at our website, where you will be able to find out a lot more about our school.

Elmwood Infant School has excellent transport links, with bus and tram lines just a short walk away. Our distance from East and West Croydon train stations, makes it easy to access central London and other surrounding areas.  

The application form and job description can be downloaded from the school website. Please attach a supporting statement of no longer than two sides of A4 paper.  You are welcome to come and visit. Please contact the School Office on 0208 689 7681 to book a time or email: .

Closing Date:   Friday19 May 2023 at 12.00pm.
Shortlisting: Friday 19 May 2023 (pm)
Interviews: Week Commencing 22 May 2023

Please click here to download the application pack.

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