Job Vacancy at St James School

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What follows below is taken from the latest School's newsletter on its website:

Audlem St James’ CE Primary School is a smaller than average sized primary school situated in the village of Audlem in South Cheshire. Children from the village and surrounding rural area attend our School. The School comprises well-motivated and enthusiastic pupils, a hardworking and spirited staff and parents who want to be involved with the education of their children.

Audlem St James’ requires a Year 3/4 Teacher from March 2012 to cover for a period of Maternity Leave.

The appointed candidate will be a passionate and inspiring teacher, with a real flair for developing the potential of every child.

The closing date for applications is 12 noon 27th January 2012

The description of the vacancy is at http://www.audlemstjames.org.uk/attachments/Job_Advert.pdf

An application form can be downloaded from http://www.audlem.org/dwn/spe/ws3/audlemonline2-902-d.pdf

 

 

 

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