Year 2 Teacher - October Start
Year 2 Teacher - October Start
The school believes teachers need strong subject knowledge and, like pupils, need to be keen to learn new things. It believes good teaching and learning will only take place in a classroom where a culture of error has been created: an environment in which mistakes are celebrated and acknowledged as the way pupils learn.
The school aims to create and maintain an atmosphere where every person in their school community is valued and respected, regardless of race, gender and ability.
They expect and encourage children to work hard and to respect their environment, encouraging positive self-esteem and a sense of belonging. The school enjoys positive, valued relationships within the parish and Community, which foster a sense of continuity and commitment.
The core duties of this Year 2 Primary Teacher role are:
*To carry out teaching duties to meet objectives specified in the school's schemes of work and National Curriculum
*To assess, record and report on the attendance, progress, development and attainment of assigned pupils as defined by school policy
*To provide a high quality learning experience for pupils
*To work as a member of a specified team and contribute positively to effective working relationships within the school
*Provide or contribute to assessment reports to monitor student progress
Attributes of the ideal candidate for this Year 4 Primary Teacher:
*An inspirational teacher, ensuring all children achieve
*A passionate believer in inclusive education
*An excellent, enthusiastic classroom practitioner, across the Primary age range
*An innovative thinker, learner and problem solver
*A team player with strong interpersonal skills and a sense of fun
It is essential that you demonstrate up-to-date knowledge of teaching, learning and behaviour strategies, and have a thorough understanding of the National Curriculum, with excellent subject knowledge in Numeracy and Literacy.
As part of this Year 2 Teacher role, the school can offer you:
*The chance to work with high achieving well behaved children
*A high quality CPD programme to support our drive for OUTSTANDING provision
*An excellent relationship with the LA, our Diocese and our local community
*Supportive staff, parents and governors
*Support from specialist teachers in art, music, PE and MFL
*Close proximity to train and tube stations
To apply, or for more information on teaching roles in the UK, please click Apply Now, email your CV to email@example.com or call Charlotte at Tradewind on 0121 643 3505
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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'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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*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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