Year Group Negotiable
(NQTs are welcome to apply)
Do you wish to work at an Outstanding school which supports teachers work/life balance? We are a school with a history of providing extensive support to teachers and a commitment to creating a balance between school, personal and family life.
At Woodside we offer the following:
Weekly PPA (Non-contact time) with your year group.
Additional PPA (Non-contact time) for all class teachers every Friday from 12:45pm. The academy advocates teachers finishing early.
Inner London weighting for all Main Pay Scale Teachers.
Teach Together initiative whereby teachers of all levels of experience work alongside each other to develop their own personal CPD and teachingpractice.
Free before and after school child care for teachers; in addition we will collect your child/children from neighboring schools.
Free childcare during INSET days.
What Ofsted said:
Over time, the quality of teaching is outstanding. Teachers challenge pupils to apply their skills accurately. They use a rich range of resources to develop pupils’ learning and interests.
Personal development, behavior and pupils’ welfare is outstanding.
The curriculum is used to transform the lives of pupils, and further work is planned to make the school a community hub that raises aspirations.
Continuing Excellence-Awards and Recognition at Woodside:
Winners of the Outstanding Progress category at the Education Business Awards
Certificate of recognition from the Mayor of London (Sadiq Khan) as a School for Success which recognises exceptional work in sharing good practice and helping to boost education for all Londoners
Recognition by the Department for Education (DFE) as a school that provides outstanding outcomes for our disadvantaged pupils
Are you driven, inspirational, influential and an exceptional teacher looking for that next step in your career?
At Woodside we believe in the future development of our teachers. Our CPD package has meant that applications for leadership/promotion opportunities in he school have stood out above external applicants and those applicants were successful in their next steps.
About The Woodside Primary Academy
Woodside Primary Academy, where our priority is the well-being and progress of every child. We have worked hard to develop an atmosphere of trust, happiness and achievement here at the school, to ensure that your child feels cared for and supported on their educational journey.
We strive to meet the needs of individual children and support them in becoming enthusiastic and successful learners, ambitious and creative dreamers, and ethical and responsible members of society. With this in mind, we have the ‘Seven Life Values’ which we believe are essential for our children to be successful, not only while they are with us, but also after they leave Woodside. Our values are: Respect, Responsibility, Independence, Kindness, Confidence, Honesty and Determination.
In 2014 the school progressed significantly in many areas. Our Year 6 students’ results bettered last year’s achievement, demonstrating that pupils leave Woodside ahead of their peers in comparison to the National Average. The majority of our pupils made at least good progress in all subjects. We have further developed our playgrounds to include two Muga courts (artificial sports pitches), performance stages and a new state of the art climbing frame. Our Arts department enjoyed many successes, culminating with the Year 6 production and the school exhibiting some impressive art work during the E17 Arts Trail. Woodside was also one of the leading schools in sport, with the school claiming numerous first places in various competitions.
Our dedicated teaching and support staff work together to create a stimulating learning environment for our pupils, encouraging them to become active participants in their own, unique learning journeys. Our imaginative‘themed classrooms’ allow pupils to write, read and investigate in real context environments. Fostering creativity and independent learning, these engaging and fun environments help children learn and make sure that curriculum topics resonate, and that children can build a holistic understanding of the world around them while making their way through the curriculum.