Working at Pensby Primary
The Governors of Pensby Primary School are proud of its continuing success. The school is part of a collaboration of 15 primary schools, who form a well-respected and admired team of school professionals in Wirral. This collabroation is known as Wirral Schools Collaboration.
Our staff are offered:
- Well-motivated and extremely well-behaved children who are keen to become the best they can be;
- A thriving, ambitious and caring school community, committed to the highest-quality education, that will nurture and invest in the successful candidate;
- The chance to work within a happy and supportive school staff in a truly collaborative environment;
- An enthusiastic community of supportive, committed staff, governors and parents;
- Extensive opportunities for professional and personal development both in our school and within our Collaboration of 15 schools;
- The opportunity to be imaginative and innovative in your quest to support improved outcomes for our children
The school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. Any offer of employment will be subject to receipt of an enhanced disclosure from the DBS and suitable references.
We advertise vacancies through:
Our school newsletters which are available on this website;
Wirral Job Vacancies site; https://www.wirral.gov.uk/jobs-and-training/job-vacancies
Gov.Uk Teaching Vacancies site; https://teaching-vacancies.service.gov.uk/
Every applicant is thoroughly vetted and staff who work on the selection panels are trained to follow Safer Recruitment processes.
We welcome volunteers into the school. However, we follow the same strict vetting procedures in line with job applications to ensure all adults in our setting are suitable to work with our children.
Finally, we expect the same high standards of all adults in our school whether they work in direct contact with our pupils or indirectly. We expect the same from volunteers, teachers, contractors or governors and any other adult on site. All staff are trained in Safeguarding procedures and will report any concerns to the Designated Safeguarding Lead (DSL), Mrs Brown or to the Deputy Designated Safeguarding Leads in her absence (Miss Grant and Mrs Wright).
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