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PPA Teacher (4 or 5 days a week) - Newham

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Teaching Personnel is very excited to present a great opportunity for a PPA Teacher at a one-form entry primary school based less than fifteen minutes walk from Stratford Station. The school are looking for an experienced teacher to start in September on a full-time basis (four days a week also considered) covering across all year groups.

The school is a diverse and inclusive two-form entry Church of England primary school situated in the Newham borough. The school is wonderfully diverse, comprised of pupils from a wide range of nations, ethnicities and cultures. They school is focused on excellence in learning delivered within the ethos of Christian values, which they seek to identify as common values shared across the belief systems of the other faiths represented at the school.

At the core of the school's vision is a determination to foster a love of learning in all children that will endure long after they leave, enabling them to easily adapt to future challenges. Relationships in the school are strong and children feel well cared for as both individuals and learners. The schools most recent Ofsted inspection (Feb. 2018) confirmed the school continues to be 'Good' and is improving towards outstanding.

Pupils are happy, settled and engaged. There is an established rich and well-structured curriculum encouraging curiosity and imagination. Pupils have many creative outlets including Spanish and learning to play a musical instrument. There are numerous extra-curricular activities including residential visits. The school is fortunate to be sufficiently resourced to be able to bring in additional staff for the extended curriculum and so staff workload remains generally low and well managed.

There are a number of support staff in the school deployed effectively across all year groups to support learning. Teachers are ambitious and determined that every pupil should achieve well and this is well reflected by the pupils working hard and concentrating well in lessons. The drive for excellence is deep-rooted across the school the vision extends across the whole community including parents, carers, leaders, staff and governors.

If this sounds like the ideal role for you, the school are hoping to interview as soon as possible. Shortlisting criteria include:

  • UK QTS
  • Minimum of two years UK teaching experience, ideally including at least a year of KS2 teaching
  • A commitment to inclusion and diversity
  • Up-to-date knowledge of the UK National Curriculum

If you believe this is the role for you then respond with your CV to be taken into consideration.

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