Year 4 Teacher

Lewisham, London
CML - 3004203_1588263707
Date Posted:30 Apr 2020
  1. Primary Teacher
£30480 - £41483 per annum
  1. Long-term

Year 4 Teacher

Lewisham, London
Year 4 Teacher- start September 2020- Lewisham- MPS 1-6- £30480-£41483 per annum



SANZA Teaching agency and Tradewind recruitment are working with a small 1 form entry church primary school is looking for a teacher to teach in Year 4, the successful candidate would be taking on the full class responsibilities, covering for a teacher going on maternity leave from September.

The school is a busy but friendly school, with lots going on. They are a school with high expectations and high standards. They have high expectations of the children, whether that is applying themselves to their learning in the classroom, having good manners with everyone they meet or when taking part in one of the many opportunities outside the classroom. They value perseverance, hard work and a positive attitude. They instil the qualities that will prepare their children for success through their primary years, at secondary school and well beyond.

As far as staff go they have high standards as well. They constantly ask themselves 'Would this be outstanding for my child?' They strive to say 'Yes' to this question in everything they do.
The school is a Church school, with a family atmosphere. It is a school where every child is known as an individual and where their Governing Body and supportive parents play a central role in helping them to achieve what they want for their children; an outstanding education.

The school are taking applications from teachers with recent key stage 2 class teaching experience. If you are dedicated and passionate about education and want to teach in an outstanding primary school then please apply to SANZA & Tradewind asap by submitting your CV to chess.maxwell@sanzateaching.com or calling 0207 845 6240.

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