KS1 Teacher

Hillingdon, London
PERM/SE/260319_1553600204
Date Posted:26 Mar 2019
£27596 - £43348 per annum + TLR

KS1 Teacher

Hillingdon, London
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KS1 Teacher

KS1 Teacher - Hillingdon, West London - MPS/UPS Outer London £27,596 - £43,348 + TLR Available for additional leadership - Experienced teachers - September 2019 - Ofsted 'Good' School


Are you an experienced KS1 teacher who is looking to start the new academic year with a welcoming and caring West London primary school, with the option of additional responsibilities?


Would you like to work at a primary school where families and teachers have a good working partnership in order to help their children and students achieve their full potential?


Tradewind is working with a primary school in Hillingdon, West London. They are looking to appoint a confident and creative KS1 teacher to join their school from September in either Year 1 or Year 2. If you are interested to apply for this fantastic opportunity for a KS1 teacher post, then please get in touch today!


***Experienced KS1 Teacher - Year 1 or Year 2 - With the option of additional responsibilities
***MPS/UPS Outer London £27,596 - £43,348 + TLR Available
***Hillingdon, West London
***Ofsted 'Good' School
***Permanent role, September 2019 start
***3 form entry - 650 students on roll
***Good behaviour - big strength of the school
***State of the art facilities - brand new building


About the School - KS1 Teacher - Hillingdon, West London

*This large primary school is a 3 form entry primary school in Hillingdon, West London.
*The school have excellent behaviour across the board from Reception to Year 6 and behaviour is noted as one of the strengths of the school.
*This West London primary school is committed to maintaining an excellent working partnership with families and carers, as they believe this is how their students reach their full potential.
*This is a thriving West London primary school who aim for excellence and see each day as an opportunity to achieve great things.
*This school prides themselves for the development of each student they teach, aiding them to develop confidence and determination. Their students have become reflective learners who love everything the school offers to them.
*This primary school in Hillingdon promotes a high-quality education, whilst providing learning resources that match the ability of each child in a comfortable and happy environment.
*The school is fortunate to have a brand-new state of the art building with amazing facilities including large outdoor playing area, brand new library, ICT suite with touch screen computers, dance studio, design and technology room and much more.
*This school is multicultural and diverse, with high EAL and SEN needs within the school.


About the Role - KS1 Teacher - Hillingdon, West London

*The KS1 teacher will aid their student's in developing their self-esteem and respect for others and the learning environment.
*The ideal candidate will have the ability to encourage their students to display a positive working attitude and maintain a high standard of behaviour management.
*The KS1 primary teacher will provide a broad and balanced curriculum, whilst ensuring inclusion and equal opportunities are apparent.
*The candidate will be able to respect the multi-ethnic society within this West London primary school and will promote their students in understanding the world and appreciating individual differences through their teaching skills.


How to Apply - KS1 Teacher - Hillingdon, West London

If this KS1 teaching role starting in September sounds like the perfect role for you, or you would like to hear more permanent opportunities we are currently recruiting for, then get in touch today! Please call Sammy at Tradewind on 0207 845 5490, or alternatively email Samantha.Tyler@twrecruitment.com for discuss further.

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