Part Time Year 2 teacher

Recruiter
A+ Teachers
Location
Luton
Posted
09 Nov 2017
Closes
15 Nov 2017
Sector
Education
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
Part Time Year 2 teacher Do you Live local to the Leighton Buzzard and Dunstable area? Are you a committed and inspirational Part Time Year 2 teacher? Do you want to make a difference in the lives of young people? Are you looking for a change? We are looking for a part time Year 2 class teachers to start Jan 18 Near to Leighton Buzzard and Dunstable The role will be 1.5 days per week Thursday & Fridays each week Salary: all scales may apply Contract: Full time, initially fixed term until the end of the academic year (August 2018) which will hopefully lead to a permanent contract. About the School This Primary School is a friendly, caring and has a lively community where children are enthusiastic learners, well-motivated and encouraged to think for themselves. We have an amazing and dedicated school team, with highly engaged parents and a fully supportive Governing Body. What we can offer you: High level of support and commitment from our friendly and hardworking leadership team Staff that is committed to the children and their development Children who are eager to learn in our creative and challenging atmosphere Vibrant and supportive parent body and community aCommitment to personalised professional development Highly supportive Board of Governors About the role All pay scales welcome including applications from NQTs. KEY PURPOSE OF THE JOB To work in close partnership with the Headteacher, Deputy, Staff, Governors, Parents and External Agencies, following agreed whole school policies, to achieve the school vision and promote the school ethos To ensure the highest possible quality of education, range of educational opportunities and standards of attainment, providing equality of opportunity for all To be responsible for promoting and safeguarding the welfare of pupils within the school About you The successful applicant must be: passionate about providing a high quality and inclusive education for all children able to demonstrate excellent interpersonal skills with pupils, staff and parents positive, enthusiastic, committed and self-motivated able to work effectively as part of a team, accept challenges and motivate others able to deliver consistently good and outstanding teaching and learning in order to help all pupils achieve their best flexible, resilience, adaptability and commitment to working as part of a team able to enthuse and inspiring a love of learning for all able to demonstrate knowledge of the 2014 national curriculum