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Burnley Primary School - Year 3 Teacher required

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Burnley Primary School - Year 3 Teacher required

In order to be considered for this role you must hold the following as a necessity;

QTS in Primary Education

Experience in working alongside children in a Primary setting and have the confidence to talk about how you work in the classroom and the progress your children have made, particularly with the development of Reading and Writing.

Have at least two education based references from your most recent employer(s) which are GOOD or OUTSTANDING.

Teaching Personnel are currently working alongside a GOOD two form entry Primary School in the centre of Burnley (BB11) who are looking to source a dedicated and enthusiastic Y3 Teacher from May 2019, to cover maternity leave until April 2020. This is a full time role and the successful applicant will be expected to take on the full responsibilities of the Teacher who is going on maternity leave, this will include leading one of the Humanities in school and partaking in parents evening.

This academic year, the class is made up of 31 pupils; there are two children with Autism who have a 1:1 Specialist Teaching Assistant, there is also another experienced general TA in the class. Next year, the class will consist of 30 pupils, with similar needs in regards to SEN & abilities. The majority of children arriving in school derive from White British Backgrounds with over 60% of pupils on free school meals. The behaviour policy is robust and effective; Senior Leaders have worked hard to maintain behaviour as GOOD in school.

The Head teacher has expressed, the school are not looking for a 'supply teacher', but a practitioner who will contribute to all aspects of school life who will form good working relationships with the school staff. A proven track record raising attainment in KS2 is essential.

Year 3 Teacher - Burnley Primary School

Year 3 Teacher - Supply

Year 3 Teacher - Maternity Cover

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All pay rates quoted will be inclusive of 12.07% statutory holiday pay.

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