Fielding Primary School teaching opportunities

School in focus: Teaching jobs at Fielding Primary School

Fielding Primary is a values-based Quality Mark school in the Northfields community of Ealing, London, who teach children from 3 (Nursery) to 11 years of age. The school ethos focuses on giving each child the support they need to reach their academic and social potential.

Working at Fielding Primary School

Fielding Primary is based on a spacious site, with modern facilities and excellent resources, that provide a happy and purposeful learning environment. The children who attend are known to excel in Physical Education, Music, and French. They also enjoy growing produce in the kitchen garden and caring for the school’s hens.

The school is advanced with their use of technology and aim to equip their pupils with the life-long and transferrable skills needed to succeed in the 21st century.

The school is very progressive and holistic, with a Grade 1 Ofsted rating of outstanding. It is proactive in the local community and the educational arena, supporting other public schools in the area that might be struggling.

The Headmaster is a forward thinking and progressive person who champions the school and whose aim is to offer the best education possible for each child giving them their best start in life.

Culture at Fielding Primary School

School culture

Fielding is a school where everybody chooses to bring energy, passion, and a positive attitude to the job every day. You will need to be proactive and passionate about supporting all children, including those with ADHD, Autism, or emotional problems. As a high achieving school, they are committed to getting the right support for any child who needs it, ensuring that the funding is made available.

What type of opportunities are there at Fielding Primary School?

The typical roles Career Teachers recruit for are experienced and qualified Teachers to cover maternity leave or long-term sick leave cover, daily Supply Teachers, Nursery staff and Teaching Assistants (TA).

Teaching roles at this school involve being a good team player, an excellent role model and demonstrating enthusiasm for supporting children to reach their full potential.

Is Fielding Primary School a good fit for you?

If you have high aspirations for children, and want to make a lifechanging, positive impact on the pupils you work with, then Fielding Primary School could be an ideal place for you to work. They offer excellent opportunities for teaching staff to apply their expertise in supporting pupils.

There are generally not many challenges with poor behaviour so it’s not an authoritative school, but it is firm. They do not try to fit the children into any set mould, and their focus is on helping children achieve the best levels of education possible. The usual working hours are from 8.15am until 4pm, however as a Teacher, you’d need to stay for as long as it takes for you to get your marking done.

International pupils at Fielding Primary School

International community

The school is based within an international community, with American, Spanish, Chinese and Italian people, as well as English families sending their children to the school. They have brilliant parent involvement in the form of the Fielding Parents, Teachers, and Friends Association (PTFA), who take an active role in fundraising and event organisation for the school.

Are you a good fit for Fielding Primary School?

The types of candidates who fit in well at Fielding school are holistic, compassionate, kind, and humanist. You would be expected to instil your pupils with the school’s core values of honesty, co-operation, tolerance, love, respect, determination, and happiness.

The school is open to upskilling their staff and are very keen to offer them Continual Professional Development (CPD) training.

Qualifications, skills, and experience needed:

  • You would need the relevant qualifications for the role applied for: as a Primary Teacher you would need to hold a Postgraduate Certificate in Education (PGCE), and to be a Teaching Assistant (TA) you would need an L2/L3 qualification as a TA.
  • Have strong verbal and written communication skills.
  • Have a proven track record of improving pupils’ outcomes.
  • Sound knowledge of a variety of teaching methods and the ability to design lessons.
  • The ability to communicate with and inspire children of all abilities.
  • The ability to hold a child’s interest and encourage them to be excited about learning. 
  • The ability to monitor a pupil’s response to learning activities and modify or adapt the activities to achieve the intended learning outcomes.
  • A dedication to creating the best conditions and environment for learning.
  • A great team player.
  • Experience in delivering literacy and numeracy sessions.
  • Have a current DBS or be willing to complete a new one.
  • Be a warm and caring individual focused on raising achievement levels.
  • Motivate pupils with enthusiastic and imaginative presentation.
  • The ability to handle complex and sensitive issues with empathy and understanding. 
  • Able to work effectively and supportively as a member of the school team.
  • Demonstrable commitment to equal opportunities. 
  • An interest in continuing your personal and professional development.
  • Staying up to date with changes and developments in the structure of the curriculum.
  • The ability to use a computer and the primary office software packages competently, including Microsoft Excel, Word, and PowerPoint.
  • Have recent teaching experience in the UK.
  • Eligibility to work in the UK.

When joining Fielding Primary School you will become part of a warm, welcoming, and supportive team, you'll receive competitive rates of pay, and gain professional support from our team of experienced consultants. 

Fielding Primary School offers an engaging curriculum, which makes it a fantastic place to learn, achieve and thrive. If you are interested in working at Fielding Primary School, you can contact our London branch.

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