Primary Teacher - Year 6 - Solihull
Primary Teacher - Year 6 - Solihull
Or maybe you are a resilient and inspiring Year 6 Teacher who is looking to find a school in Warwickshire that has an aspiring leader who wants to lead the school to a bright future?
Tradewind is working with a Solihull Primary school who needs an enthusiastic Year 6 Teacher to join them from September on a long term basis. Please call us at Tradewind to find out more!
**Year 6 Teacher - Solihull
**September 2019 - Long term role - MPS/UPS
**Great links with the surrounding community
**Experienced teachers only
**Strong staff development
About the School - Year 6 Teacher - Solihull
This South Birmingham school offers great provision for its children, and they make good progress in lessons.
Staff at this Coventry Primary school are committed to ensuring students can learn from a broad curriculum and pupils can learn through extra-curricular activities including cooking and swimming too.
There are strong relationships between staff and students, and teachers are fully committed to ensuring the best outcomes for all.
Pupils at the school are well behaved and keen to learn in class. The school have excellent behaviour management policies in place to ensure good behaviour throughout
Leaders at the school are supportive of staff development, and as the school is expanding there are progression opportunities for dedicated staff. The school does have areas to improve on, but leaders are aware of this and are determined to continue to the progress of the students.
About the Role - Year 6 Teacher - Solihull
This long term Year 6 Teacher role would suit someone who can inspire and motivate students in this crucial stage of their education whilst delivering outstanding lessons.
It is essential that the successful candidate for this Year 6 Teacher role has experience working in Upper Key Stage 2, and it is highly desirable that the teacher has Year 6 SATs experience.
More experienced teachers are welcome to apply for this role, but it is not suitable for NQTs.
Pupils come from a variety of different cultures so this Year 6 Teacher will need to show a deep commitment to inclusion and keep in regular contact with the children's families.
The teacher must have QTS as well as recent experience teaching in UK schools.
How to Apply - Year 6 Teacher - Solihull
If you think you have the skills to match this Year 6 Primary Teacher role starting in September, or you would be keen to discuss what you are looking for in a long term role, then we want to hear from you today! Please apply online or call him direct on 0121 643 3505 for an initial discussion.
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.
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