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KS1 and KS2 NQT

Job Ref: rj26
  • location-icon Colville, Kensington and Chelsea
  • Start Date: 01-09-2017
  • currency-icon £27000 - £29563 per annum

Job Description

Year 1 and Year 3 NQT – Sloan Square - September 

Are you a newly qualified class teacher looking to take your first step into teaching? Do you want to make a difference within a lovely primary school in West London? Would you like to teach in a supportive & progressive primary school with innovative ideas on the way education should be for all pupils?

This is happy and proud 2 form entry primary school based in the heart of Kensington & Chelsea, West London. The Headteacher is looking to recruit an exceptional KS1 and KS2 NQT. This is a unique and exciting opportunity join a school where you can make a real and lasting difference. The Head is looking to appoint a teacher who is fully supportive of their ethos and committed to the highest standards of learning. 

The school is situated in the heart of Kensington and Chelsea and has an exceptional building with great facilities. Each classroom has state of the art technology to suit the learning needs of all children within the school. Each child is given a Kindle to help influence their love of reading and to encourage them to read more and more as they grow older and wiser. 

You will be able to inspire, support and motivate young minds, staff and parents. You will be able to make a difference and embed high quality provision to all students. 

This is an exciting opportunity for a KS1 and KS2 teacher looking to start their career in teaching. As a key member of staff you will have a lasting difference on all students and staff. 

If you feel you have the desired qualities and are looking for a new position please send your CV alternatively if you know anyone who is looking for work. 

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