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Year 3 Teacher - Accrington

Job description

New and exciting teaching opportunity in Accrington

  • QTS required (Qualified Teacher Status)
  • Experience teaching in Key Stage 2 in the last 12 months would be preferable
  • Available to start in the new year (January 2020) on a full time basis
  • Available to interview as soon as possible

Teaching Personnel have a new and exclusive vacancy for a New Year start 2020 (January 2020)!

A primary school that Teaching Personnel work exclusively with have recently contacted the agency with a full-time Year 3 class teaching role starting from Monday 6th January 2020. The school is located in Accrington with reliable public transport routes to and from the school. You would be covering a maternity leave therefore would be needed until December 2020.

This is a larger than average sized primary school with approximately 450 pupils on roll. Over 50% of children in this school speak English as an Additional Language (EAL). Therefore teachers applying for this role need to be experienced in teaching and supporting EAL pupils as well as pupils who are not working at the age related expectations in Year 3.  

The school are looking for a teacher who has a creative and exciting personality who can bring new ideas to the school and to the key stage 2 team. The year 3 class also has a general teaching assistant. 

What type of Teacher is the Head Teacher looking for?

The Head Teacher is looking for a hard working, creative and enthusiastic practitioner who is able to build strong relationships with the children and their parents. The Head Teacher is looking for a teacher who has sound working knowledge of the key stage 2 curriculum.

What do you need to do to secure the role?

To apply you must have the above pre-requisites. You must also apply through sending an up to date CV and cover email. Your CV needs to include the following; Last 6 years of employment (including studying and non-teaching roles). The Head Teacher is keen to interview before Christmas and complete transition days in school before Christmas ready to settle in to the role for the new year (January 2020).

What does it mean to work through Teaching Personnel in a school?

As you will be contracted to Teaching Personnel whilst working in this role, any vetting, pay, HR and other employment related issues will be dealt with by Teaching Personnel. Pay rates for the day will be negotiated on offer of the role and will be highly competitive based on your experience. Working hours are flexible as the demand of a school working day will vary throughout the working week. 

Does sound like the job for you? Then apply now! Send an up to date CV to Charlotte at Teaching Personnel on charlotte.brindle@teachingpersonnel.com

Wanting to find out more about other work opportunities?  Call Charlotte on 01772 842 154 to discuss other teaching and support jobs available we have at Teaching Personnel.

We look forward to helping you find your prefect role!

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. 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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