KS1 Class Teacher

Permanent KS1 Classroom Teacher required from September 2020

 Priory Park Infant School is a three-form entry infant school located in the centre of St Neots.

We are seeking to appoint an enthusiastic and creative teacher to join our friendly, dedicated and skilled team. This post is for 4 days per week with the possibility of extending to full time (5 days) for an NQT, from September 2020.

This is a wonderful opportunity for a teacher with excellent classroom practice and high expectations to join our school in the next exciting phase of its development.

The successful candidate will:

-set high expectations of themselves and the children

-have a clear understanding of how children learn in KS1 and/or Reception
-have the ability to communicate effectively with others
-have the creativity to deliver and develop the curriculum to inspire our children
-have a willingness to be fully involved within the life of the school
-have a sense of humour
-foster a love of ICT in learning and show good ICT skills

If you feel you fit the above, We would like to hear from you!

In return you will receive:

-Happy, motivating and responsive children who are keen to learn
-A welcoming school with a friendly and enthusiastic staff team

-A commitment to staff health and wellbeing and professional development

-A vast range of learning resources with extensive outdoor areas and a Forest School to bring learning to life

-The excitement of working within our very friendly and supportive infant environment.

Further details and an application pack are available via this link or by emailing head@park.cambs.sch.uk  or by telephone 01480 398010- please leave a message with a return number if your call is not answered.


Visits to the school will be available later in the summer term when the school re-opens following the Coronavirus lockdown.

Priory Park Infant School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. The successful candidate’s appointment will be subject to satisfactory DBS, medical and safeguarding clearance, and an appropriate teaching session when the school re-opens.

Closing date:  Thursday 23rd April


Shortlisting:  invitation for interview will be by phone/email initially, followed up by letter.


Interviews: Virtual interviews will be held during the Coronavirus lockdown period- date to be confirmed with candidates who are shortlisted.