Key Stage 1 Teacher

Prospero Teaching
13 Apr 2017
13 May 2017
Contract Type
Part Time
Key Stage 1 Teacher: Reading

Prospero Teaching are currently working with a bright school in Reading, who are seeking a qualified Key Stage 1 Teacher to join their team on a part-time cover basis in Year 2.

This is a warm and welcoming Two-Form entry Primary School, judged OFSTED Good in their 2012 inspection.

The school believes in providing the highest standards in teaching and learning through varied and engaging learning experiences. The position is long-term to permanent, beginning immediately and to continue until the end of the academic year, in the first instance.

As a Key Stage 1 Teacher, you will be welcomed into the team and have access to a range of modern, interactive resources for engaging, forward-thinking provision.

The school's ethos is that the emotional wellbeing of all members of the school community forms the basis of success. For this reason, they give high priority to the person, social, moral, and ethical education of the children. With this strong foundation, they are able to develop into active, engaged learners and responsible global citizens.

To be eligible for this Key Stage 1 Teacher Cover role you must:
*Have a DBS registered with the online update service or be willing to process one
*Provide two professional child related references good - outstanding
*Teaching qualifications - PGCE, Diploma in teaching, Bachelors of Education, QTS.
*Have the right to work in the UK
*Have experience teaching in a Year Two class in the UK (preferable)
*Have enthusiasm and drive

The school/The Key Stage 1 Teacher Cover role:
*2 form entry
*Fantastic Working Environment
*Immediate Start following the Easter Holidays (April 24th)
*Thursdays and Fridays as a Cover Teacher (no planning responsibilities)
*Excellent development opportunities

This warm community school provides an opportunity for all pupils to achieve academic excellence. Their ethos is welcoming and inclusive for staff and children alike. They are visionary and creative in their approach; believing that children should be excited about learning and encouraged to take ownership of their own learning goals.