Year 6 Teacher Needed in Peterborough

Cambridgeshire, PE2 North Cambridge
Temporary/Full Time £ - £

Posted 17 days ago

Role: Y6 Planning and Marking Teacher

Length: Long-term, Full-time

Start date: ASAP

Are you an enthusiastic and dedicated educator with a passion for guiding young minds through their final year of primary school? We invite you to be a part of our dynamic team as a Year 6 Teacher at one of our esteemed primary schools in Peterborough.

Our school believes in providing a nurturing and inspiring environment where every student can thrive academically and personally. Their dedicated team of educators works collaboratively to foster a love for learning and prepares their students for a successful transition to secondary school.

As a Year 6 Teacher, you will play a vital role in shaping students' educational journey. Your responsibilities will include:

-Delivering engaging and well-planned lessons aligned with the Year 6 curriculum.

-Providing individualized support to students to ensure their progress and attainment.

-Effectively managing classroom behaviour to create a positive and focused learning environment.

-Preparing students for upcoming assessments and secondary school entrance exams.

-Collaborating with colleagues to share best practices and enhance teaching approaches.

-Building strong relationships with students and parents to foster a supportive learning community.

To excel in this role, you should possess the following qualifications and skills:

-Qualified teacher status (QTS) with a degree in education or a relevant subject.

-Proven experience teaching Year 6 students, demonstrating a deep understanding of their developmental needs.

-Excellent behaviour management skills to maintain a respectful and harmonious classroom.

-Strong long-term planning abilities to ensure students' progress throughout the academic year.

-Passion for education and a commitment to nurturing the potential of each student.

You can also utilise the numerous benefits we offer;

· Your very own dedicated consultant who is there to cater to your specific needs.

· A variety of daily, short, and long-term positions and permanent roles.

· Competitive rates of pay and choice of umbrella or PAYE.

· No need for the completion of time sheets

· A variety of online interactive CPD courses with certificate certification on many.

· Access to our Educational Development Team to support you with interview preparation and progression within your career

· £75 reward scheme for each Teacher you introduce to us after they’ve worked 10 days.

· Access to your own availability area via the Simply Education website.

At Simply Education, we prioritize your ability to excel in your role, benefiting both the children you work with and the schools you support. We want you to genuinely enjoy your work, which is why our former Assistant Principals provide FREE CPD sessions. These sessions aim to share classroom strategies that have proven successful through over 1200 classroom observations. Our courses cater to roles such as supply teachers, cover supervisors, and teaching assistants. They offer a solid foundation and allow for progression through CPD-certified twilight courses. These courses cover essential topics such as behaviour management, de-escalation practices, effective feedback, differentiation, questioning techniques, removing barriers to learning, and teacher talk. We offer diverse courses to support your work with young children (EYFS), children with special educational needs (including autism & ADHD), and more, catering to aspiring teaching assistants. So, what are you waiting for?

If you are interested, please click ‘apply now’ or call us today.

If this job isn't quite right for you but you are looking for a new role within education, please still contact your local consultant Michelle at the Cambridge office for a confidential discussion on your career and the different opportunities that are available.

· All candidates who register with Simply Education will be required to have an enhanced DBS which is on the Update Service.

· All candidates are required to complete a Safeguarding course or provide a certificate dated within the last three years.

· All offers are conditional upon satisfactory background checks.

· All candidates will have a commitment to and responsibility for safeguarding and protecting the welfare of children and young people to the relevant extent of the role.


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