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The school has been classed as Good in its last  OFSTED report. It is a three form standalone Academy  that offers excellent educational opportunities to the pupils in the local area. We aim to maintain and develop the school tradition of providing the highest quality of education and support, and to encourage our students to have confidence in themselves and a sense of self-worth, along with looking to develop within the student a sense of responsibility and service to the school and the community.

The academy is also a fully accessible mainstream school to 25 children with physical difficulties.



1. Lunchtime Play Leader

Will have responsibility for organising lunchtime activities for children.

Term time only

£8.11 per hour

1 hour 45minutes working hours, a day.


To apply, please print and complete a non-teaching application.

Or call the office on 0121-4642002 for more information.


2. PPA Cover Teaching Vacancy Available


3. Inclusion Teaching Assistant Vacancy Available (Fixed Term Contract) 

For more details, please contact school on 0121-4642002.


To apply, please print and complete a teaching application.

Also, please read the person specification below.


4. Full-time Class Teacher - NQTs Welcome to apply


We are looking to appoint class teachers to join a creative and dynamic team from September 2017. Timberley Academy is a vibrant and unique 3-form entry primary school with its own farm, forest school, Phiz Lab and extensive facilities. We are committed to providing an exciting, engaging curriculum that has the inclusive ethos of the school at its very heart.

We can offer you:

• A dedicated, experienced and welcoming staff team and governing body.


•An exciting opportunity to make a difference and influence practice.


• A commitment to your career development and a successful history of supporting practitioners in developing their teaching and leadership skills.

The successful candidates will have:

  • An in-depth understanding of the National Curriculum.
  • An understanding of child protection, safeguarding policy and related procedures.
  • The capacity to identify and target specific, individual needs.
  • Dedication towards consistently raising standards.
  • The ability to create a positive learning environment by motivating pupils with enthusiastic, imaginative presentations.
  • The ability to be innovative in planning and delivery.
  • Strong communication skills, both written and verbal, as demonstrated by an ability to form positive partnerships with other professionals.
  • The ability to demonstrate a commitment to the integration of equality and diversity.



To apply, please complete the Teaching Application form below and return to the school office

Closing date: 5th June 2017


All successful applicants for any job, will need to complete an Enhanced DBS check. Which is a requirement for working in school.