Full-time Year 6 Teacher Needed in Maidenhead

Full-time Year 6 Teacher Needed in Maidenhead

Posted 16 days ago

Are you an experienced Key Stage 2 teacher looking for a brand-new challenge? Maybe you are a newly qualified teacher looking for an exciting opportunity? If you fall into either of these categories, you are exactly the person I am looking for!

Simply Education are working with a school in Maidenhead to find a teacher of a Year 6 class to join their team from September 2021. Experience within a Key Stage 2 setting is ideal, however those who have experience working across all primary key stages are encouraged to apply.

We are looking for someone who:

• Has recent experience teaching a Year 6 class.

• Has the ability to control and manage a classroom.

• Has excellent knowledge of the KS2 Curriculum.

• Can promote cultural development.

• Has great communication and lesson delivery skills.

• Can prepare and plan lessons in advance.

Simply Education’s specialist consultants will be on hand throughout the recruitment process to provide guidance and information about any roles we have available. We started our journey in January 2006 with the aim to provide teaching staff with local supply work and permanent roles. Over the years we have built strong working relationships with our schools and we pride ourselves on placing enthusiastic candidates in their ideal teaching roles.

All candidates who register with Simply Education are required to provide references for the previous 2 years of work, as well as complete an enhanced DBS check. Due to COVID-19 regulations, any interviews we hold will be conducted over a Zoom call.

If you are interested in this role, please click 'apply now' to forward an up-to-date copy of your CV or please call Tom Norton on 07741 268729.

If this job is not quite right for you but you are looking for a new job in education, please still get in touch for a confidential discussion on your career and different opportunities that are available.

REF: TNN-YR6-BERK

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