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Newly Qualified Teacher

**Trainee Teacher**Teaching Internship**Teacher Training**Primary School – Central London**Primary School in Westminster**PGCE**Newly Qualified Teacher based in London**Newly Qualified Teacher Based in Central London**NQT roles in London**NQT roles in Central London**Primary NQT**

The school

This school is based in the heart of a prime Central London location, Westminster. We ensure the highest quality learning experience for all our pupils. Our teachers are exceptionally committed. We are renowned for the quality of our professional development of staff and our innovative approaches to teaching and learning, which put children at the heart of our curriculum. Our success is evident in our results Our pupil outcomes are above the national average and the progress our pupils make, regardless of their backgrounds, is significantly above the national average.

The role

This is a Newly Qualified Teacher role that will allow the individual to apply their newly learnt skills from their studies and placements to a year at this school.  The ideal candidate would also be able to facilitate groups of students both inside and outside of the classroom. The candidate must also be willing to support and help students with their learning; this could be done in small groups or on a 1:1 basis.

The working hours are 8.30am – 4:30pm

Pay - GBP125 - GBP140 per day


The members of the Teaching Personnel NQT Pool will receive free access to six online support packs provided by our sister company Best Practice Network.

Each pack contains six hours of content aligned to both the Teacher Standards and Early Career Framework and are designed to support the practice of Teachers.

  • Pedagogy and Practice

This supports your classroom practice and helps you promote pupil progress by applying an understanding of the way children learn.

  • Assessment

This supports the use of effective and appropriate methods of assessment to promote pupil progress and improve outcomes.

  • Behaviour

This supports your behaviour management helping you to set high expectations and create a supportive learning environment for all pupils.

  • Special Educational Needs

This pack will help to develop inclusive practice to support all pupils effectively including those with special educational needs.

  • Professional Behaviours

This pack supports in fulfilling wider school responsibilities as you develop effective professional relationships with parents and colleagues.

Other requirements

The candidate must have achieved their QTS and obtain a child only DBS on the update service or must be willing to apply for a new one.

If you are interested in this position, please do get in touch with Nana on 02075933088 or send a copy of your CV to If this sounds like the right role but the wrong location please see other live roles on


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

All pay rates quoted will be inclusive of 12.07% statutory holiday pay. This advert is for a temporary position. In some cases, the option to make this role permanent may become available at a later date.

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