Primary Teacher

Loughton, Essex
AUSCC30011903_1548819438
Date Posted:30 Jan 2019
£24859 - £36157 per annum

Primary Teacher

Loughton, Essex
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Are you a committed primary teacher looking to work in an independent primary school?
Would you like to teach smaller primary classes with impeccable behaviour?

Tradewind Recruitment are delighted to be working with a charming independent primary school who have asked to assist them in finding an outstanding Lower Key Stage 2 Primary (Years 3 or 4) Teacher to cover a maternity leave, commencing in April 2019. The school have highlighted that following a successful placement, an ongoing/permanent role could be offered.

This is a very rewarding opportunity to work in with a unique, family feel environment. All classes are smaller than the average (approximately 15 students per class) meaning lessons can be tailored specifically to each pupil. With this approach, pupils' behaviour is very good and they achieve extremely well with many earning scholarships and entry to grammar schools. This does require hard work during term time but the successful teachers will be rewarded with additional holiday! There are also opportunities to progress and take on additional responsibilities should you wish.

The school are firm believers that their school should be a safe, caring place, where all children reach their full potential as learners. Pupils are encouraged to do their very best and they are proud of the children's achievements both in and beyond the classroom. Their talented team of staff work hard to provide an exciting curriculum for pupils, continuously improving the opportunities and environment which support their learning and personal development.

The school is easily accessible by car and public transport from Essex, Hertfordshire and London. The local tube station is walking distance to the school.

The successful Primary Teacher will be:
*Familiar and confident with the planning and delivery of lessons in line with the KS2 national curriculum
*A committed and reliable teacher dedicated to the role
*Consistently motivated to deliver engaging lessons on a daily basis
*An excellent communicator with outstanding interpersonal skills
*A positive and personable role model for their class
*Both newly qualified and experienced teachers are encouraged to apply for this rare opportunity

To apply for this position or for more information on teaching opportunities in the UK, please click Apply Now, email your CV to kangaroo@twrecruitment.com , or call Caitlin at Tradewind on 1800 005 321.

Tradewind Recruitment Specialises in Transitioning Overseas Teachers into the UK and offer an outstanding set of benefits and strong support network on arrival into the UK. We have a national footprint including London, St Albans, Chelmsford, Bristol, Birmingham, Nottingham, Manchester, Preston, Sheffield, Hull and Lincolnshire. Tradewind Recruitment works with Primary, Secondary and SEN schools and settings providing teachers and support staff. Last year we found work for nearly 4000 teachers and support staff from the UK and Overseas.
Tradewind Recruitment is a Sunday Times Top 100 employer - stopping at nothing to ensure our candidates, clients and employees come first.
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'No terminology in the above advertisement is intended to discriminate on the grounds of age, gender, race, colour, religion, disability or sexual orientation. Tradewind Recruitment is proud to be an Equal Opportunities Employer and accepts applications from all sections of the community'
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*To work in UK schools you must be eligible to gain UK employment status (Youth Mobility Visa, Ancestry Visa, EU or British Passport - check out https://www.gov.uk/apply-uk-visa).
*All candidates are subject to an enhanced DBS police check and must have relevant teaching qualifications for working in UK schools.

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