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Year 6 Class Teacher, Islington

Job description

A stunning mainstream school in Islington are looking for a strong Year 6 teacher to join their team at the beginning of March. This is a friendly, busy one form entry school part and is of the Islington Community Schools Federation. This school is rated 'Good' by Ofsted and continues to strengthen each year. The school is walking distance to Angel Underground station (Northern Line) and Kings Cross station.

''The Federation has a clear vision to ensure that the young people in our schools have the best possible educational opportunities and the chance to shine. We want to empower our students to achieve more than they ever dreamed was possible, to raise their aspirations and give them the qualifications and self- confidence to build successful futures''.

The School's Aims

- To provide a good quality of education for the children of the local area.

- To provide opportunities and experiences which might not otherwise be readily available to the children.

- To ensure that all children are appropriately supported and encouraged to make the best use of the opportunities that are offered to them in order to achieve high standards in their work and personal development.

- To encourage children to enjoy learning by providing a wide range of experiences.

Enrichment activities include;Islington's Digital Showcase at the Arsenal Stadium. Choir performance at Glass Sellers Diner, Jeans for Genes day, Year 5 Performance at the Imperial War Museum, Islington Science show, Year 6 pupils travelled to Paris to share the film they had made with 13 other countries and eight regions of France in early in June 2018.

Teaching Role:

Year 6 Class Teacher (KS2)

Type: Full-time, until the end of the academic year

Start: 04/03/2019

Experience essential for this role (Year 6)

Main scale, Upper pay

The successful applicant will need to display the following:

  • Experience and knowledge of working with children with a wide range of abilities
  • A general understanding of national/foundation stage curriculum
  • An interest, motivation and passion for working with children and developing skills to facilitate this
  • Ability to self-evaluate learning needs and actively seek learning opportunities
  • Commitment, initiative and reliability
  • A willingness to cooperate in team planning and work be proactive and eager to learn.

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

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