Graduate Trainee Teacher
Graduate Trainee Teacher
School in Brent is seeking graduates who are interested in a career in teaching
'Outstanding' Ofsted - Secondary School - Permanent role - September 2019 - £23, 000 to £27, 000 depending on experience
Are you a recent graduate or will you be graduating this year and are interested in a career in teaching?
Are you looking to gain experience in a school as a Graduate Trainee Teacher with the option of working towards Qualified Teacher Status (QTS) in your second year at the school?
If so, we are working on behalf of one of the most outstanding learning communities, where academic excellence sits alongside the breadth of education to recruit a Graduate Trainee Teacher. The school is one of the highest performing schools in the country. If you are keen to develop into an outstanding teacher, enjoy sharing best practice with a community of dedicated peers and have a firm commitment to getting the best possible outcomes for the students, then this is the school for you to train in.
***Graduate Trainee Teacher
***Ofsted 'Outstanding' Secondary School
***Permanent post £23, 000 - £27, 000 - Brent, North London
***Excellent professional development (CPD) and support for all staff
***Highest performing school in the country
***Nationally, achievement of pupils is exceptional
***Progress 8 core of +1.90 highest in the country
About the School - Graduate Trainee Teacher - Brent, North London
*Tradewind Recruitment are recruiting a Graduate Trainee Teacher on behalf of one of the highest performing schools in the country.
*The school have been the highest achieving non - denominational school in Brent for a few years.
*The school is outstanding and has a high standard of teaching along the breadth of education.
*The school is an outstanding learning community with a very high standard of teaching across the school.
*They have a broad, balanced and innovative curriculum.
*The school has state of the art facilities and a big investment has been made in to facilities and resources as well as training staff and making the culture of the school a nice fit for teachers and students.
*Nationally, the achievement of the pupils is exceptional; in 2018, the progress score was +1.90 the highest in the country by the Department for Education.
*The school can pay competitive salaries ranging from £23, 000 to £27, 000 depending on experience. They will also support and fund applications through schools direct.
About the Role - Graduate Trainee Teacher - Brent, North London
*The school is looking for a graduate who is interested in a career in teaching by working in schools to gain experience during their first year and with the option of working towards Qualified Teacher Status (QTS) during the second year.
*Being a graduate teacher at this school, you will receive a comprehensive, structured training programme, delivered by highly trained mentors and bespoke to your own individual needs.
*All the mentors are outstanding practitioners with a track record of developing trainees into outstanding teachers.
*They will observe your lessons, deliver feedback and support you to help you flourish in the class room.
*The school is open to candidates from any academic background but are particularly recruiting in English, Maths and the sciences.
How to apply - Graduate Trainee Teacher - Brent, North London
If you are a Graduate seeking to develop into an outstanding secondary teacher, enjoy sharing best practice with a community of dedicated peers and have a firm commitment to getting the best possible outcomes for your students, then this Outstanding school could be the one to train in. The school seeks a Graduate Trainee Teacher, so this post may be for you. Please email your CV to Eve at Tradewind ASAP on email@example.com for an immediate interview. The school is shortlisting and planning to fill the post as soon as possible. You can also contact Eve on 0207 845 5481.
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