This is a LCS Extension project, building on the past 2 years. We want Year 4 to make radio programmes or podcasts, developing their oracy and written skills alongside IT. Just as important is extending creative learning processes to the whole school.
We are looking for a creative practitioner who is able to inspire us, collaborate with us and create exciting and challenging learning experiences for pupils and teachers. You will understand Creative Habits of Mind and how they help in all aspects of learning.
Fee £3,600, £300/day
WHAT WE ARE LOOKING FOR
· Knowledge: you are familiar with the principles of Creative Learning through the Arts, the High Performing Classroom and the 5 Creative Habits
· Experience: you have experience of working with 8- and 9-year-olds
· Attributes: you are an inspirational person who listens to the children’s ideas and collaborates well.
· Skills: you are able to pass skills to the class teacher, and wider school, particularly through a twilight session
· Attributes: you are comfortable incorporating our Christian ethos and school values into the work
· Expertise: you are expert in radio / podcast / broadcast, and developing oracy and literacy skills in children
The successful candidate/s will be required to undergo a DBS check.
Deadline for applications: 5pm Friday 30 Sept 2022
Shortlisting: Wednesday 5 October
Interviews: Monday 10 October
Aim to confirm appointment: Tuesday 11 October
We would like one day a week with our Practitioner, ideally on Mondays. The day will include reflection time so you can collaborate with the teachers on the next part of the process.
To apply: email firstname.lastname@example.org for a full brief with details on how to apply.
· Raise standards in literacy and ICT skills.
· Relate to the School Improvement Plan.
· Explore and encourage collaborative learning.
· Promote spiritual and cultural distinctiveness across the school community.
· Train class teachers in digital and creative skills that will help the children.
· Develop staff so they can disseminate creative learning processes across the whole school
St David's Church in Wales Primary School,