Inspiring Primary Teacher required - Sept 2017
Primary Teacher - Central London
Secure yourself an exciting Primary Teacher role, join a 2-form entry primary school in Central London.
An exciting opportunity for an experienced Primary Teacher has become available due to their current teacher relocating. This post is suitable for a strong classroom practitioner who can hit the ground running and work as part of a happy and supportive team. The opportunity will commence in January and the right person will have an opportunity for a permanent appointment. You will need to be a qualified teacher in the UK to be considered for this role.
***Year 3 Teacher position available as a Long Term/Interim, Full-Time position
***North London Primary Teacher - KS1/2
***Optimistic primary school
***Main Pay Scale
***Walkable from underground and National rail links
Primary Teacher Person Specification
To be successful in your application you must be a secure Primary Teacher who has the opportunity to differentiate for all ability levels. The successful candidate will have an optimistic and proactive teaching approach, planning and delivering fun, interactive lessons which will inspire children for years to come. You will be a teacher who can quickly find your feet in order that your pupils receive the highest standard of education from day one.
About the Primary Teacher Role
As a Primary Teacher at this school you will be taking over a vibrant class which has 30 pupils and you will be teaching in an especially creative department. There are opportunities across the school and this role will suit a creative and resourceful teacher who can overcome the challenges faced by inner city schools.
This happy primary school is found in Central London and is a short walk from underground and National rail links
This is a chance to make a difference to the entire school community. Apply for this Primary Teacher position in Central London today! Click ‘Apply’ to send your CV and covering letter to Emilie Pecheur at EduStaff..
Please note: Only those qualified to teach in the UK should apply