Part Time Class Teacher

Ely, Cambridgeshire
Date Posted: 06 Jul 2024
  1. Primary Teacher, Primary
£154 - £212 per day
  1. Long-term (Temporary)

Part Time Class Teacher

Ely, Cambridgeshire

KS1 Class Teacher - Ely, Cambridgeshire - Part Time - M1 to M6 (£154 to £212 per day) - September 2024 Start

Searching for a part time teaching opportunity for September 2024?

Tradewind is currently working with a lovely Primary School in Ely who are seeking a passionate KS1 Class Teacher to join their team on a part time basis in September 2024!

***KS1 Class Teacher - Ely, Cambridgeshire

***Part Time

***September 2024 start

***Paid to scale - M1 - M6 (£154 to £212)

***QTS required

**Role Requirements**

  • Hold QTS or an equivalent teaching qualification.
  • Possess prior experience teaching in KS1
  • Focus on child-centred teaching and learning.
  • Enhance the curriculum to improve pupil outcomes.
  • Use data to elevate achievement standards.
  • Demonstrate excellent communication and teamwork abilities.

**About the School**

They belong to a network of schools collaborating to provide outstanding education for students and foster a supportive and enriching work environment for staff. With an OFSTED rating of 'Good,' they offer exceptional CPD, including subject leadership, general network, and buddying opportunities. Additionally, they present numerous career advancement opportunities both internally and within their extensive network of schools.

If you would be keen to hear more about this excellent Part Time KS2 Class Teacher opportunity, then please email your CV to and call 01727 236255 for an initial discussion.

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