Experience and qualified Year 6 Teacher and Subject Lead
Location: Sloane Square
What we are looking for
One of our main clients in Kensington and Chelsea, SW London is now looking for experienced and qualified primary teachers to teach one of our two year 6 classes as soon as possible.
You will need to be someone who:
-Has a proven track record of very good teaching in either year 5 or year 6 in diverse and creative classrooms in the UK
- Knows what is expected of children in end KS2 assessments
-Can support year 6 children in preparing for successful transition to secondary school
-Loves working with mature, independent, creative and very capable 10 and 11 year olds
Our current post holder, who is also our lead for the creative and expressive arts, is now moving out of London and so we find ourselves with this unexpected vacancy for September. The subject you will be leading is dependent on experience. To tempt you here we can offer a strong team, lovely children, a very competent and knowledgeable full time TA, extra PPA each week, support from other teachers with planning and additional payments (such as a TLR) if you also want to be involved in leadership of an area of the curriculum or school.
If you feel you have the desired qualities and are looking for a new challenge please apply with an up to date CV.
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