KS1 Primary Teacher + Phonics Lead
KS1 Primary Teacher + Phonics Lead
KS1 Teacher and Phonics Lead - Lewisham, Inner London - Experienced Teachers Only - September 2020 - Permanent Role - MPS and Competitive TLR - "Good" Ofsted
Would you like to lead Phonics and be instrumental in developing this effectively across the school? Can you imagine working in a supportive and close-knit community with an extremely creative curriculum?
Tradewind Permanent Division work with schools across London and this Inner London school based in Lewisham is recruiting for a KS1 Teacher and Phonics Lead to join them on a permanent basis from September 2020. If you think you have the experience for this school and post, please get in touch now!
***KS1 Teacher + Phonics Subject Leader
***Permanent Role - September 2020 start
*** 2 form entry primary
*** MPS/UPS + TLR
About the School - KS1 Teacher and Phonics Lead - Lewisham, Inner London
This friendly and ambitious 3 form entry primary school is in Sydenham in Lewisham and possesses close transport links and multiple bus routes. Results are exceptional across the school where both Maths and Reading are well above average, allowing scope for the suitable teacher to continue the brilliant progress over Key Stage 1 and achieve outstanding results! The school currently uses Read, Write Inc so previous experience will be a huge advantage although additional training will be provided! For this role, you will be working closely alongside the KS1 coordinator where you can take on further responsibilities across the school and internally progress further for the long term. This fantastic school possesses a highly creative curriculum where you will have creative license when planning new and exciting lessons! Additionally, this school benefits from being part of a close-knit group of academy primary schools where you will have plenty of access to personalised CPD! If you feel you are a proactive primary teacher who is driven towards teaching children in a creative style and providing children with a safe inclusive learning environment, apply now!
About the Role - KS1 Teacher and Phonics Lead - Lewisham, Inner London
To be considered for this role you will be an experience Primary teacher with relevant experience and QTS.
This role requires a proactive teacher who is looking to make an impact on Phonics and ensure that there is a continued strong result during the Phonics screening test.
This KS1 Teacher and Phonics Lead post who suit an experienced teacher who has experience in KS1. It is not essential to have previous experience as a Phonics Lead, but it is important that the post holder has a passion for Phonics and has a strong set of KS1 SATs results through their teaching career.
This KS1 Teacher and Phonics Lead post needs someone who is committed to the progression of their career and who can bring their previous KS1 experience to the school with fresh ideas on the curriculum.
It is essential that the post holder has QTS and a strong and relevant degree from a good university.
NQTs are not suitable for this post and only experienced teachers will be appointed.
How to Apply - KS1 Teacher and Phonics Lead - Lewisham, Inner London
Call Megan from Tradewind direct ASAP on 0207 845 5451 to hear more about this KS1 Teacher and Phonics Lead position in Lewisham or to hear more information on other teaching roles with responsibility we are recruiting for. Or, alternatively please email your CV to email@example.com over the weekend!
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