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Year 4 Teacher

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Job description

An OFSTED rated 'Good' school located in Burford,Oxford is currently looking for an NQT or FQT to join their team to teach a Year 4 class asap. The role will continue for the entire academic year with the likelihood of going permanent for the right member of staff.

The School:

The school is two form entry and boasts a large team of support staff who aid teachers by leading smaller intervention groups (English, Maths etc.). The school is passionate and committed to providing an excellent level of education to children with SEND - as such, there is a separate provision for children with SEN as well as learning mentors who provide emotional support and nurture for vulnerable children.

The school believes in every child's success and aims to ensure that each student develops high aspirations, self belief, respect, compassion and an understanding of their world and their community.

The Role:

The school are looking for a Year 4 class teacher to teach for the rest of the academic year. They are also looking to take someone on permanently.

What we are looking for:

  • An NQT or FQT looking for a full-time classroom based teaching role
  • Experience with planning
  • Inclusive practice to include all pupils
  • A teacher willing to inspire / with a genuine passion to shape the lives of the students that they teach
  • A teacher who can effectively monitor, assess, record and report on pupil's progress
  • Knowledge on KS2 Curriculum

What we can offer:

  • Access to high quality CPD (and NQT support if necessary)
  • Support from a strong and dynamic leadership team
  • A clear career pathway and opportunities to take on leadership roles
  • Competitive Pay - £120 to £160 per day

If you are interested please email your CV or call Rose Allerton on 01183 271 559.

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

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