Year 5 Teacher Required in Liverpool
- Are you up to date with Upper Key Stage 2 curriculum?
- Would you be available for an immediate start
- Have the flexibility of doing a job you love, with a better quality of work, life balance
Year 5 Teacher Required in Liverpool - Immediate Start
Due to unforeseen circumstances and a restructuring in their Key Stage 2 department, our client school have a need a Year 5 teacher on a long term supply basis. Initially the role will be for the first term of the new academic year covering a long term sickness, with the potential for the booking to continue past Christmas.
The school is located in Belle Vale and has a diverse catchment area from the surrounding the South Liverpool area. The school is a Catholic school and is a vibrant and welcoming environment. The school is rated as 'Good’ by Ofsted, with teaching rated as good and outstanding in places.
The school’s leadership, supported by a united staff team, has high ambitions for the school and a quiet determination to provide a high quality education for its pupils. Overall by the end of Key Stage 2, pupils in school are in line with the national average. The school are looking for Year 5 Teacher, who has relevant experience working in Key Stage 2. The department are looking for someone who will show commitment to the role, and help progress attainment levels in Numeracy, Literacy and Reading.
Rates of pay negotiable but will be in the range of £90 - £130
Teaching Personnel work in partnership with a variety of leading, nationally recognised CPD providers, such as National Association of SEN, National Autistic Society, Rush Miskin, Team Teach, Educare, Creative Education and Leeds Trinity University with additional local school partners. These partners deliver an extensive range of career developing opportunities to you, covering areas such as; Child Protection in Education, Prevent Duty, an accredited Holistic Approach to Behaviour Management, Understanding and Supporting Children and Adults on the Autism Spectrum, An Introduction to Special Educational Needs and Disability, Implications for Challenging Behaviour.