Class Teachers (x2)
Class Teachers (x2)
Contract: Full time, Temporary or Permanent
Salary Range: £30,480 - £49,571 per annum
Are you a dedicated and energetic individual? Are you creative, innovative, with a strong commitment to inclusion and the ability to inspire and motivate pupils? Sanza is looking to appoint highly skilled class teachers, who are committed to high standards of achievement and behaviour for all children.
Class teachers EYFS, KS1 and KS2 required for a growing School from September 2020. We ask that you indicate your key stage preference.
As a Class teacher you will work closely with the leadership teams of both schools who work together sharing expertise, resources, work load and innovation. Both staff teams are valued and feel valued and this has a positive effect upon the ethos of Moreland and on the success and outcomes for children.
You are invited to apply for this fantastic opportunity and work as part of a dynamic and forward thinking team at this excellent Islington primary school.
This school is a very happy, thriving school; graded as a 'good' school by Ofsted. The children are at the heart of everything that they do and every decision that we make. The governors, leadership and staff team work collegially and we have extremely high expectations for the children and of the children. The school moved into a fantastic new building in November 2016 and is growing into being a 2 form entry school from early years upwards. In September they will be a 2 form entry school between Nursery and Year 3 on top of their Year 4-6 classes. They also provide all year round provision for children from 0-3 in our Children's Centre.
Please call John @ Sanza on 0207 845 6240 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for immediate consideration.
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£400.00 - £650.00 per week
£29000 - £30000 per annum
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£23720 - £35971 per annum + On-site car park, good transport links
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