Primary Supply and Perm Teachers

Recruiter
Trust Education Ltd
Location
City of London, London
Salary
27000.0000
Posted
17 Jul 2017
Closes
16 Aug 2017
Sector
Education
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

Calling all London Primary School teachers. I'm currently recruiting for some of the best schools, one being in the top 3 best Primary schools in London.
Teachers required for daily supply work around West London in Primary Maintained Schools, Academies and Independent - Early Years - KS2

Are you an experienced Teacher, holding QTS or QTLS and looking for a career break?
You could be an Overseas Trained Teacher that wants to gain experience in UK classrooms.
Completed a PGCE and want a school to support your NQT?
Maybe you just enjoy the flexibility that being a Supply Teacher brings.

Supply Teaching is a great way to build experience, see how different schools operate, pick up new techniques and develop your skills in UK classrooms. You are paid weekly and as long as you tell us your availability each week, we will do our best to keep you busy.

Trust Education works with schools in all West London boroughs - Hounslow, Hillingdon, Richmond, Kingston, Harrow, Brent, Ealing, Hammersmith, Kensington & Chelsea, Westminster, Lambeth, Wandsworth, Merton, Sutton and Croydon - to supply Teachers when schools need them most.

In many cases, work is pre-booked and you will know about assignments days in advance, however, schools often discover they need someone last minute. Though not essential, if you are open to taking calls at 07:00am, you can increase the amount of supply work secured.

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You will:
* Hold QTS
* Have a solid understanding of the British National Curriculum
* Be an experienced Key Stage 3 teacher
* Be adaptable and flexible

We offer our teachers:


* Competitive salaries

* Opportunities for Continued Professional Development * Regular social events

* Flexibly and the opportunity to work at a variety of different schools across London

  • Access to our'refer a friend' scheme offering £200 per teacher recommended