Title:Year 2 teacher
Subject/Year:Key Stage 1
Location:North West London
Start:Easter 2018

Year 2 (Key Stage 1) teacher required in a North West London Primary School

  • £27-36,000

  • Ofsted outstanding

  • 1 term initially - long term to permanent

  • Easter Start

An outstanding Catholic Primary school in North West London requires a long-term teacher to start after Easter 2018 for the Summer term

The school has been rated 'outstanding' by Ofsted and the behavior of the children is extremely good. The school is going from strength to strength with a strong focus on equality; ensuring all students are nurtured through spiritual, intellectual and physical growth. Pupils at this school enjoy learning and feel safe in this positive environment and are keen to do well.

As a teacher with a desire to give young pupils the best start in life, this is your opportunity to contribute to the improvement of a passionate school and join a workplace that provides real rewards.

You will have experience in Primary education, and have a clear understanding of how young children learn, lots of creative ideas and the ability to work closely with parents, teachers and other professionals.

All candidates must be fully qualified teachers with QTS. NQTs are welcome to apply.

To apply, email us your CV now.

In order to register with Trust Education, it is essential that you fulfil the following requirements:

  • You have experience working with children in the last 2 years

  • You can provide 2 recent references from those who know your work with children

  • You hold the right to work in the UK

  • You have a DBS or are willing to complete one

Trust Education offers competitive rates of pay, additional bonuses, a chance to works in top London schools, and continuous professional development. We pride ourselves on our personal service and support. We have an abundance of work and are always looking for new teachers across all age groups and subject areas.

Salary:£25000 - £36000 per annum
Apply: Click here to apply
Consultant:Martin Leslie
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