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Primary Teachers and Support Staff for 2019

Job Ref: TLTP2032032
  • Start Date: 02-01-2019
  • currency-icon £20,000 - £450,000 per annum
  • info-icon subject to qualifications and experience

Job Description

With 2019 gradually approaching, schools are in need of bright and talented educators to come on board and help make a positive impact to the learning culture of their pupils.

That is why London Teaching Pool (TLTP) are currently recruiting for primary teachers and support staff for ‘Good and Outstanding' rated schools, located in the revival London borough of Ealing.

We have various primary teaching opportunities available in schools dotted in and around Wembley, Acton, Brentford, Gunnersbury Park, White City, Shepherd's Bush and Perivale.

Ealing boasts an abundance of green spaces and noteworthy hangouts for individuals to unwind and relax in. Offering residents and visitors a multitude of festivals and grand views of the surrounding towns, as well as a year round free arts exhibitions; it's clear that the borough is very much connected with its community.

Our teaching opportunities are suited to newly qualified teachers, recently qualified teachers and experienced teachers.

What does the role entail?

As a trained and motivated primary teacher, you will be relied upon to use your polished teaching skills and social nature to help with the nurturing of a child's learning progression.

Primary Teacher key responsibilities:

  • A primary teacher must oversee children of primary-age in lessons
  • Your role as a primary teacher will comprise of planning and marking the work of pupils, fairly and objectively
  • As a primary teacher, you will collaborate with other primary teachers and teaching assistants to prepare and organise work
  • Provide feedback, that's impartial, to parents and carers about their child's learning development at parent's evenings and other meetings
  • Primary teachers must form a good and lasting relationship with pupils in their care to gain trust and respect
  • Monitor and support a child's social and emotional growth, while reporting any necessary issues
  • A primary teacher must apply their behaviour management skills to initiate and maintain discipline, when required
  • Participate in school events and activities, that may also be held on weekends and after school hours

The Primary Teacher must possess the following:

  • A friendly and approachable character
  • A Qualified Teachers Status. This could either be a Bachelor of Education (BED) or a BA/BSC. Alternatively, you can attain this through a PGCE or via other teacher training centres
  • Excellent literacy and numeracy skills
  • The ideal candidate must be able to demonstrate positive energy, bags of enthusiasm, stamina, patience, dedication and self-discipline
  • Proven track record of increasing a child's achievement and motivation to an exceptional level
  • Capable of forming a solid relationship with children and parents
  • A valid DBS
  • All newly qualified teachers (NQT) are encouraged to apply
  • The right to work in the UK
  • A minimum of two references
  • Up to one year experience in a classroom setting is desired but not essential

In return, you will receive:

  • A highly experienced and dedicated recruitment consultant
  • Support with tailoring your CV effectively
  • Successful job interview tips
  • An exciting range of teaching positions including daily supply, short and long term roles
  • Competitive salary
  • Continuous support and training and development opportunities

Alongside this, we offer a fantastic Refer and Earn scheme. In the event we place a teacher you have recommended to us and have adhered to our terms and conditions, you will receive a referral bonus of £130 (subject to statutory deductions).

We have a number of primary teaching opportunities across all key stages and subjects.

TLTP is working to fill new vacancies for 2019 across boroughs including Tower Hamlets, Newham, Redbridge, Ealing, Barking and Dagenham and many more. We hosting various recruitment days throughout the year. To find out more call us on 0208 709 6540 or apply online now, and a member of the recruitment team will be in touch.