Maths Teacher in Greenwich!

Greenwich, London
Date Posted: 17 Nov 2023
  1. Maths
£36745 - £47666 per annum
  1. Daily supply

Maths Teacher in Greenwich!

Greenwich, London
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Tradewind are recruiting a maths teacher to work at a school in the Southeast London area. The maths teacher will need to start work in January 2024, and this will last up until the Easter break in April 2024 as they will be coving for a member of staff that is sick at the moment. As always when working with Tradewind, if successful in the role, there is an opportunity to gain a full school-based contract should this be what the maths teacher desires.

The school is based in Greenwich, which is an affluent area of south London. The school is one of the most popular in the borough and is oversubscribed, pupils generally are well behaved and staff members who have been to the school through Tradewind in the past enjoy it. ECT's are welcome to apply for the position.

The role

  • Math's teacher needed in the Greenwich area of London.
  • One full terms work, up until Easter.
  • Teacher will be paid up to pay scale (M1-UPS3).
  • Payments are made a week in arrears.

To commute to the school, Greenwich does have access from tube lines and the DLR. Local bus links are also a good method of transportation in the area. If the teacher does drive, there is an on site care park which is free to be used by staff members.

If you are a Maths teacher in search of work at the moment, please send over your most recent CV with all qualifications and experience that may assist with the application process.

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