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KS2 NQT required - April start
The successful individual will be joining a class in KS2 based on the school's need. You will have the opportunity to progress further through the instruction of an outstanding mentor .
This school is a 2-form entry junior situated in a residential area serving the immediate area. The school also attracts families from outside the locality and is easily accessible for all forms of public transport. The school has a good reputation with a real community feel.
In its most recent Ofsted report the school was graded as “GOOD” it was stated that pupils are very proud of their school and this reflect in their excellent behaviour and positive attitude towards learning.
To be successful in your application you must be a confident NQT who has a demonstrable a "good" track record of teaching. The school are keen to recruit a teacher a passionate individual to inspiration and motivate a future generation
This is a fantastic opportunity to join a supportive school.
As a KS2 teacher you will be expected and required to:
Developing and implementing lessons and work schemes.
Plan, prepare and teach exciting, challenging and engaging lessons
Assess and record learning carried out by pupils
Evaluate attainment and progression of pupils;
Manage behaviour effectively in line with the school behaviour policy
· Competitive salary
· Free Ongoing CPD Opportunities
· Pension Scheme
· PAYE and Umbrella Payment solutions
· Holiday Pay
· Dedicated Consultant
All candidates are subject to an enhanced DBS, references and Barred checks. Flourish Education is acting as an employment and business agency. Flourish Education is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of pupils and expects every candidate to share this commitment.
For further information, please contact Joanne Street on (phone number removed).
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