Reception Class Teacher

London
PERM/MLP/1905212_1621412519
Date Posted:19 May 2021
  1. Primary Teacher
£32157 - £50000 per annum
  1. Permanent

Reception Class Teacher

London

This is an Ofsted rated 'Good' Primary School set in extensive grounds with a large and varied intake. This is a vibrant school with energetic staff, and lovely children. The school provides the pupils and staff a fantastic environment for learning.

Children at this school have been making exceptional progress and standards are constantly improving.

The staff at this school aim to improve the life chances of the pupils through an unrelenting commitment to each child, and a strong determination to raise standards; ensuring that they experience the most effective learning possible.

Within school the focus is on continuously improving the quality of teaching and learning. The school provides outstanding professional development and progression opportunities so the staff can continue to offer the best support and learning to the pupils in unique and innovative ways.

There are great opportunities for personal and professional development within the federation; there are many roles for new and experienced teachers in middle and senior leadership. The school are proud of the diverse and unique staff team.

Successful applicants will have a commitment to providing an outstanding education to each child and be passionate about constantly improving their own practice.

To apply for this role please don't hesitate to send your cv to matt.lavery@twrecruitment.com.

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