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KS2 Teaching Assistant- Full time (Nottinghamshire NG24)

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KS2 Teaching Assistant (Nottinghamshire NG24)

Teaching Personnel have recently been approached about an exciting opportunity for a full time KS2 Teaching Assistant to work in a school based in the NG24 area of the city, the position has the prospects of progressing to a more permanent position, rather than just covering an absent member of staff. They are initially looking for a teacher with experience of previously working with KS2 children, and have knowledge of the current curriculum.
The school values all members of staff and has a great team ethos, the successful candidate would be encouraged to have experience planning KS2 lessons, be enthusiastic when working with children and be confident in their own teaching ability, with the childrens development at the heart of all lessons.
The school has previously been accredited 'Outstanding' in a recent Ofsted report, they believe this has been achieved through continual excellent teaching, engaging/ innovative lessons and outstanding planning.


To be considered for the role, you must:

have an enhanced DBS on the online update service.

QTS.

Right to work in the UK.

Teaching Experience - Previously worked in KS2.

Be able to provide 2 Relevant references which we could contact straight away.

What we can give you in return:
A Chance to work with enthusiastic children that are focused within their learning.

Great Salary - £56 - £60 per day (Depending on Experience)

Teaching Personnel - Supportive and friendly consultant who would be eager to find you the right position.


Interviews for the role are taking place February 2019. To apply for the role please do not hesitate to click on the link below, or for more information call Ruth Sprawson on 0115 845 6405

All applicants will require the appropriate qualifications and training for this role. Please see teachingpersonnel.com/faqs for details.

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

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