KS2 Primary NQT - Sep 2020

KS2 Primary NQT - Sep 2020

Posted 13 days ago

The new academic year is in full motion and more and more schools are contacting us to help them recruit.

One school in particular in the M11 area would like us to help them look for a KS2 Primary teacher. They have also made is clear that they would encourage all NQT's to apply.

The position will be a long term. The school are happy to wait for the right person but would ideally like this position filled as soon as possible. For Nqt's, there will be opportunities to complete their NQT year.

To be considered for this position, you will need to have prior experience in working with primary age groups and have outstanding curriculum knowledge. The ideal candidates must be experienced in planning and assessment and be able to demonstrate strong behaviour management skills.

As the successful Supply Teacher, you will need to

-Be Newly Qualified Teacher (NQT) or have Qualified Teacher Status (QTS) with a PGCE, GTP or Bachelor of Education

-Passion for teaching and education.

-Have a creative approach to teaching

-Be flexible and adaptable

-Passion for supporting students in their learning

-Possess ambition and drive to become an outstanding class-room practitioner

-Excellent communication and lesson delivery skills

-A hard work ethic

The key benefits for working with Simply Education are

-Your own dedicated Primary school consultant

-A personal and friendly service

-A variety of daily and long-term positions to suit your needs

-Competitive rates of pay

-24/7 access to your dedicated consultant via phone

-Minimal administration (no time sheets)

-Email and SMS verification of bookings

-Online diary of bookings, school directions

-Referral scheme

All candidates who register with Simply Education will be required to have an enhanced DBS/CRB check completed. All offers are conditional upon satisfactory background checks.

If this could be the role for you, please do not hesitate to contact us today by attaching your CV


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