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Could you be our KS1 Leader? 8 Feb 2017

Could you be our KS1 Leader?

Key Stage 1 Leader MPS or UPS + TLR 2a
to Start Monday 18th April 2017 or as soon as possible

We are looking for a passionate and motivated Key Stage 1 teacher who will relish the exciting opportunity to join our dynamic team and establish the Key Stage 1 phase of our new school.

Joining our team in April 2017, you will work as part of our leadership team, with our EYFS team, French specialists and partner school Holy Trinity CE Primary School Northwood to plan, resource and establish our Year 1 curriculum and classrooms for September 2017 and for Year 2 in 2018.

This is a unique opportunity to develop your teaching and leadership skills in a state of the art and high profile learning environment and make a real difference to the community of central Harrow.

Ability to speak French is desirable but not essential as you will be working with fluent French speakers and have the opportunity to develop your own language skills.

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Our school features as part of Bishop of London’s farewell sermon 3 Feb 2017

Our school features as part of Bishop of London’s farewell sermon

School staff attending The Bishop of London’s valedictory sermon, preached on Candlemas 2017 at St Paul’s Cathedral, and relayed to the ‘pop-up Cathedral’ in Paternoster Square, were delighted to hear our school mentioned.

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We are officially open 1 Feb 2017

We are officially open

Revd Daniel Norris, Executive Head of St Jerome Church of England Bilingual School, said: “We were thrilled to welcome the Bishop of London to the official opening of St. Jerome’s School and agree wholeheartedly with his conviction that it is now more important than ever to bring people of different cultures together. We will be building on the successes achieved at Holy Trinity CE Primary School in Northwood to bring an outstanding Church of England primary school to the heart of the community of Harrow. We want our children to be confident in their own identity and feel connected to the local, national and international community to which they belong.”

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Our School

Our Vision

Our vision is to provide an outstanding Church of England primary school education for all our children

Our Bilingual Approach

We are confident that through our bilingual approach, our children will also learn to speak, read and write in French

Our Christian Ethos

As a designated Church of England School we will have a Christian ethos but we will welcome children of all faiths and none

Our Partners

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