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Thank you for your interest in Sinai School. Please read on to gain a brief insight into Sinai, our children and our staff.

Sinai Jewish Primary School is three-form entry, co-educational voluntary-aided school, admitting 90 children into Reception and up to 60 children into Nursery. It is the largest Jewish primary school in Europe – a big school, with a big heart, offering big opportunities.

We pride ourselves on being forward thinking educators, always striving for the best for each and every one of our pupils. We are extremely proud of our students, our best ambassadors, who are polite and caring children and motivated to strive for the best.

The school follows the National Curriculum and boasts a team of dedicated and driven staff who all believe that every child has the right to the best education.

We are fortunate to be set in a large campus and have extensive sports facilities, including a purpose built gym and specialist French, Music, Art and PE teaching. We also have a SEN department and sensory room as well as an on-site school counsellor available to all our children.

Our commitment to our children is that they will have an excellent education across both the secular and Jewish Curriculum.

We are a centre for excellence and this begins in Early Years where our provision is first class. We have developed a child centred approach where we spark that initial excitement for learning, through curiosity, investigation and exploration. Our staff in Early Years and across the whole school are passionate about teaching, encouraging the children to reach their potential and exceed their expectations.

Behaviour is excellent and teachers have high expectations, through a warm and nurturing approach. Children at Sinai, love Sinai – happy children learn well.

We are looking for passionate teachers who want to instil a love of learning.

If this sounds like the kind of environment in which you would thrive, then we would very much like to hear from you.

CLASS TEACHER
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EQUIRED for September 2019
Position: EYFS / KS1 / KS2
Location: Kenton, Harrow

Sinai School is the largest and best equipped Jewish Primary School in London and we pride ourselves on being forward thinking educators. We strive to embed a lifelong love of learning. With a team of dedicated and driven staff we believe that every child has the right to the best education.

Sinai offers:

  • exciting opportunities for development
  • a forward thinking academic curriculum, with an emphasis on pupils developing natural talents and enquiring minds
  • children who are eager to learn, confident and enthusiastic
  • a supportive parent body (in a recent Ofsted Parent Survey 99% of parents felt their child was happy at our school)
  • staff who are fully committed to making a difference
  • dedicated PPA time with CPD opportunities
  • superb resources in excellent facilities

The successful candidate must be:

  • an enthusiastic and consistently strong practitioner with a sound knowledge and understanding of primary education
  • an innovative and effective classroom practitioner who is passionate about learning and teaching
  • an effective communicator with parents and colleagues
  • highly motivated and able to motivate others.

Further details and an application form are available from [email protected] or call to speak to Jo Reuben on 020 8204 1550. If you would like to discuss an opportunity at Sinai directly with our Headteacher please email [email protected] with your contact details and she will be in touch.

Contract type: Permanent

NQTs are welcome to apply. We have an excellent training programme to ensure an excellent start to your career. We welcome applicants of all faiths.

Sinai school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all who work here to share this commitment. The successful applicant will be subject to an enhanced DBS disclosure and other relevant checks.

In-house ICT Manager (5 mornings PT)

Sinai School is a dynamic, three form entry school. We strive to provide the best academic and Jewish education through a dynamic and forward thinking curriculum, underpinned by high quality and inspirational teaching.
Sinai School is looking to recruit an enthusiastic, highly motivated and creative individual to be responsible for the management, maintenance and development of all our ICT systems and equipment.
Ideal candidates will:

• Be responsible for the effective operation and security of the ICT network and infrastructure
• Devise and implement the school ICT strategy and service provision
• Manage all aspects of ICT technical support across the school
• Be responsible for the SIMS resources and the creation of detailed data analysis systems
• Have experience of working in a school environment

For further information about this posts or an application pack, please email [email protected] or call to speak to Hayley Brotherton, on 020 8204 1550.

Contract type: Permanent PT

Sinai school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all who work here to share this commitment. The successful applicant will be subject to an enhanced DBS disclosure and other relevant checks.

Jewish Studies Teacher – September 2019 or sooner

Sinai School is seeking to appoint a motivated Jewish Studies teacher who will be an enthusiastic and committed member of the school community.

Sinai Jewish Primary School is dedicated to motivation, inspiration and excellence. We are a happy, thriving and successful school with a positive, caring and imaginative learning environment that gives our children the very best start in life.

What Sinai can offer:

  • Exciting opportunities and development
  • A forward thinking Jewish Studies curriculum
  • Children who are eager to learn, confident and enthusiastic
  • Staff who are fully committed to making a difference
  • Dedicated PPA time with CPD opportunities
  • High quality resources in excellent facilities
  • Inner London Weighting
  • Potential leadership opportunities

The successful candidate will be:

  • An enthusiastic and consistently strong practitioner with a sound knowledge and understanding of Primary Jewish Education;
  • An innovative and effective classroom practitioner who is passionate about learning and teaching Jewish Studies;
  • An effective communicator with parents and colleagues
  • Highly motivated and able to motivate others
  • Knowledgeable about practicing Judaism

Further details and an application form are available from [email protected] or call to speak to Hayley Brotherton, on 020 8204 1550.

NQTs are welcome to apply.

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