Year 1 Teacher
Year 1 Teacher
The role will be for Thursdays and Fridays however, there is a degree of flexibility for the right candidate. The role is scheduled to start after the February half-term which will be 24th, however there is a chance that it may start sooner.
The contract is for 12 months but the school will consider those only available till July and which point we can re-appoint for September. For any candidate willing to commit for the full 12 months, the school are willing to pay the candidate over the summer holidays!
To join us and be successful in this Yr1 Teacher role, you will need to:
*Hold QTS Status
*Be subject to an Enhanced DBS Disclosure, Overseas Police Clearances (if applicable) and professional references checks
*Provide a CV with at least 10 years employment/education history included and any employment breaks must be explained
*Have the legal right to work in the UK
About the school:
We are recruiting for a part-time Yr1 Teacher (Thursday and Friday) on behalf of a small Roman Catholic Voluntary Aided Primary school in Oldham. Currently, the school has 240 pupils on roll, 20 of which are in the part-time Nursery. The school has a 'good' rating from Ofsted when last inspected in 2016. Results last year were slight above the national and LEA average, however average progress scores for Reading Maths and Writing were well above average nationally and locally which indicates what a great job the school are doing. The school is friendly, inclusive and diverse taking in children for a wide variety of ethnic backgrounds. The school currently has over 20 languages spoken in the school. The Head teacher is friendly and supportive and realises that people are the schools most important asset. She treats people fairly and consistently and the fact she is willing to pay someone over the summer illustrates those traits.
The school is based in Oldham, with excellent public transport links and ample private parking available.
About the role:
This OFSTED 'good' primary school (2016) are looking for an innovative and inspirational teacher to teach in Yr1. The role will start in February and will be for Thursdays and Fridays. They will most likely be other work across the school should someone want it. They want someone who would commit to doing the 12 months however, they are willing to consider someone up until the end of this academic year and someone else from the start of the next academic year. To encourage someone to commit, the school are willing to pay a candidate over the summer if required.
There are currently 27 children in Year 1 and you would be a team of 3 with the class having 2 teaching assistants. You will be working a job share basis so the ability to work as part of a team is a must. This is a warm, friendly and inclusive school with a team of staff working together to ensure the children get the best possible education.
There will be a real focus on the transition between EYFS through to Yr1 to ensure the children are achieving national levels of attainment as they move into the main school SATs. The Head teacher has put a lot of emphasis on ensuring a good work life balance which she sees as being key to staff moral and harmony within the school.
As a Classroom Teacher, you will have the support of a cohesive and committed team of teachers and SLT who work collaboratively to maintain high standards and expectations, plus:
· a well-equipped school with interactive white boards and plenty of resources
· the successful Teacher will be provided with a comprehensive induction package and a wide range of CPD opportunities for all staff.
By registering with Tradewind Manchester, you will benefit from:
*An honest and friendly team with a wealth of educational experience
*Consultants that will listen to what you want and support you wherever necessary
*Top rates of pay through our attraction of the best education talent
*More training and development than any other agency - which is why we can offer you more certified CPD courses than any other education recruitment agency, 25 to be exact! That's 18 more than our next nearest competitor
*A great referral scheme - recommend a friend and earn a generous reward
*Full interview preparation and assistance - so you're fully prepped and confident, increasing your chances of success
*Help with lesson planning - our support doesn't stop once we've secured you a placement
*A straightforward Online Portal for your timesheets and log your availability
*Free social and networking events to get to know your peers and consultants
To be considered for this position, please respond by 07th January as the school are looking to shortlist and interview on 14th Febuary 2020. Please call the Manchester office on 0161 674 0138, or email email@example.com
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