Primary Catch Up Teacher

Catford, London
Date Posted:02 Mar 2021
  1. Primary Teacher
£32000 - £42000 per annum
  1. Long-term

Primary Catch Up Teacher

Catford, London

This 2 form entry primary school in Catford are currently looking for a qualified teacher to join their dedicated team as a catch up teacher. The position starts in March 2021 and is paying an annual salary of up to £42,000.

The school is an established academy primary school minutes away from the centre of Catford. It has a rich history and has welcomed families from Catford since it was originally founded in 1883. They are a happy and successful school that strives for excellence; ensuring that each child grows socially and academically. Music, the arts and sport are an important part of our school and we seek to inspire children to try new activities as well as celebrate achievements both in school and beyond. The school building is a bright, modern and vibrant learning environment with spaces for outdoor learning and play. Its central village location enables easy access to a range of wonderful resources in the local community as well as the excellent transport links to London.

The school is in a prime location, a short stroll from the local high street with a range of cafes, restaurants and shops. There are excellent transport links and free residential parking surrounding the school.

The Headteacher is keen to recruit a catch up teacher to join the team.

The catch up teacher must:

  • Have full QTS (or equivalent teaching qualifications)
  • Be experienced teaching in KS1 and/or KS2
  • Have energy, commitment and creativity
  • Be able to engage well with colleagues, children and their parents
  • Be available in March and willing to commit until at least July 2021

By joining this school as catch up teacher, they can offer you:

  • A warm and friendly working environment
  • Students with good behaviour
  • A competitive salary/rate of pay
  • A supportive team of fellow teachers, support staff and senior leaders
  • Excellent facilities and resources
  • Potential offer to extend or become permanent staff

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To be successful in applying you must:

  • Hold QTS status or equivalent teaching qualifications
  • This position is subject to an Enhanced DBS Disclosure, Overseas Police Clearances (if applicable) and professional reference checks
  • Your CV must include full details of Education and work history, any employment breaks must be explained
  • You must have the legal right to work in the UK

Click 'Apply now' to be considered for this catch up teacher opportunity. Or for more information about the role, contact Stuart Lovelock at Tradewind on 020 7845 5450 /

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