Franciscan Primary School is a dynamic and diverse multi-cultural community school with, an average of 400 children on roll. As such, our staff are vital to the life and ethos of the school. We aim to ensure staff are happy and valued and are able to deliver, to the very best of their potential. We are committed to ensuring that all staff have excellent opportunities for professional development. We offer the opportunity to play a significant role in a school with a strong team ethos, motivated pupils and a friendly and supportive working environment.
As a community school, all staff are directly employed by the Wandsworth Council Local Authority and as such also benefit from allocation into the Local Government Pension Scheme, competitive salaries with potential to progress, generous annual leave entitlement, request for flexible working and extensive Continued Professional Development.
Further information can be found on the Wandsworth Jobs website, along with all of our current vacancies.
As a Wandsworth local authority school, Franciscan Primary School are an Equal Opportunity Employer and as such this means;
- committed to ensuring that every employee is treated fairly: in day to day work, promotion and training.
that every job applicant is given an equal chance when they are considered for jobs.
that the school aims for its workforce to reflect the composition of the local community.
that the school will not accept discrimination in respect of age, disability, gender reassignment, marriage and civil partnerships, race, religion or belief, sex or sexual orientation in its workplaces.
Franciscan Primary School are committed to safer recuitment. Safer recruitment practice begins with the advertisment of a post, right through to the conditional offer, recruitment checks, offer of appointment and ongoing monitoring of employees through vigourous and regular monitoring. Please see the attached FPS Safeguarding Statement for more information.
Please be advised that all offers of appointment will be subject to thorough identification, qualification and criminal record/teaching barring checks. All employees will be required to disclose any restrictions in relation to working with children, as part of the Keeping Children Safe in Education, September 2016 statutory guidance.