KS2 Lead Teacher - TLR

Brent, London
Date Posted: 12 Jun 2024
  1. Primary Teacher
£200 - £320 per day
  1. Permanent

KS2 Lead Teacher - TLR

Brent, London
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KS2 Teacher and Lead Teacher TLR (3 form)

Title: KS2 Teacher
Salary: Competitive, based on experience
Start Date: September 2024
Location: Brent

Job Overview

SANZA Teaching is seeking an experienced and dedicated KS2 Teacher and PSHE (Personal, Social, Health, and Economic) Leader to join a large and dynamic primary school in Brent. The school is currently on an exciting mission to improve and innovate, with a strong emphasis on supporting creativity and holistic development. This role offers a unique opportunity to make a significant impact on both the curriculum and the school's culture, fostering an inclusive and engaging learning environment.

About the School

Our client is a large, vibrant primary school in Brent, known for its commitment to educational excellence and continuous improvement. The school has a clear mission to elevate its standards and provide a nurturing environment where every child can thrive. With a focus on creativity, the school integrates arts and innovative teaching methods into the curriculum, ensuring a well-rounded educational experience for all students. The leadership team is highly supportive, dedicated to professional development, and keen on fostering a collaborative and inclusive culture among staff and students.

Candidate Requirements

The ideal candidate will:

  • Be a qualified teacher with significant experience teaching Key Stage 2 (KS2).
  • Have a strong understanding and passion for PSHE education, with the ability to lead and develop the PSHE curriculum across the school.
  • Demonstrate a creative and flexible approach to teaching, with the ability to inspire and engage students of all abilities.
  • Possess excellent communication and interpersonal skills, with the ability to build positive relationships with pupils, parents, and colleagues.
  • Be committed to the school's mission of improvement and innovation, with a proactive attitude towards contributing to school development.
  • Show enthusiasm for professional growth and be willing to engage in ongoing training and development opportunities.
  • Have strong organisational and leadership skills, with the ability to manage and coordinate PSHE initiatives effectively.


  • Plan and deliver high-quality lessons for KS2, ensuring all students are engaged and making progress.
  • Lead the development and implementation of the PSHE curriculum, ensuring it is comprehensive, inclusive, and aligned with the school's values and goals.
  • Collaborate with colleagues to integrate creative and innovative teaching methods across the curriculum.
  • Monitor and assess students' progress, providing feedback and support to help them achieve their full potential.
  • Foster a positive and inclusive classroom environment where all students feel valued and supported.
  • Participate actively in the school's mission to improve, contributing to staff meetings, training sessions, and school events.
  • Work closely with the leadership team to align PSHE initiatives with the overall school improvement plan.

Contact Information

If you are excited about this opportunity and meet the requirements, we would love to hear from you. For more information and to apply, please contact Paige Ferro at SANZA Teaching:

Email: paige.ferro@sanzateaching.com

Join a school on a mission to improve and innovate, where creativity and excellence are at the forefront of education. Apply now and take the next step in your teaching career in a supportive and inspiring environment!

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