Southwark Park is an inclusive primary school with a fantastic team spirit. We have the highest expectations of every child and are eager to build on our ability to match or surpass national figures at KS2.
Ofsted (June 2018) Good
We’ve embraced change and challenge ourselves on a continual basis. We believe in being reflective practitioners who look carefully and collectively at how things could be done better. Teachers often choose to give up their own time for extracurricular activities for example our “learning to learn” project and after school clubs, this collegiate philosophy extends to the way the leadership team is actively involved in coaching for sustained professional development.
Our new building
Our newly extended, refurbished and equipped building directly opposite Southwark Park. Our great location offers easy access to Central London and a wealth of local places of interest to support the curriculum. We’re particularly committed to making the most of resources in the creative arts.
Southwark Park Primary School is an inclusive school with a fantastic team spirit. Our School Council have thought about the staff at the school and this is their statement to applicants.
In order to ensure that new staff are given the information that they will need we have a clear induction process driven by senior members of staff.
As a life-long learning organisation we place importance on staff development in support of our school development plan, as set out in our Staff Development Policy.
Our children are creative, hard working and enthusiastic - take a look at some of their work, activities and trips in our gallery.
In order to apply for a role at the school please use the job description specific to that role, consider the application form guidance notes and complete our application form. Once completed return the application form to the school, either by post or email. Our contact details are here.
Visits to the school are welcomed - please call 020 7394 4000 to arrange a date and time.
(Non-class based role)
Pay Scale: L12 - L18 (£61,624 - £70,194)
From: September 2020
We are looking for someone to work alongside the Headteacher to create and communicate the ethos of the school, support the HT to make strategic decisions to ensure continued improvement. The post holder’s responsibilities will include, but not be limited to:
A visit is essential and can be booked through Rifqa Ali by telephone on 020 7394 4000 or by email to email@example.com
Download an application form from the careers section above and send your application form to firstname.lastname@example.org
Closing date: Tuesday 21st April 2020 16.00
Interviews: Wednesday 29th April 2020
The school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff to share this commitment. An enhanced DBS check is required for the successful applicant.
The school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff to share this commitment. An enhanced DBS check is required for all staff.