Year 5 Newly Qualified Teacher
Year 5 Newly Qualified Teacher
Are you a Newly Qualified Primary Teacher (NQT), currently completing teacher training due to finish at the end of this academic year?
Would you like to work in a lovely, small, two form entry primary school located in Westminster, Central London, within a fun Year 5 class, in a well-run Church of England primary school with excellent behaviour all round?
Would you be interested in working within a primary school that would provide with you excellent CPD and induction program?
***Year 5 Newly Qualified Teacher (NQT) / Key Stage 2 Teacher (KS2)
***2 form entry
***Westminster, Central London
***Permanent role in an 'Outstanding' Ofsted School
***MPS1 £30, 480 - September 2020
***Church of England Primary School
***Culturally and socially diverse community
***Short walk from tube station or numerous bus stops / bus links
***Excellent NQT support with induction, mentor, release time etc.
About the School - Year 5 Newly Qualified Teacher (NQT) / Key Stage 2 Teacher (KS2) - Westminster, Central London
Located in Westminster, Central London, this small 2 form entry Church of England primary school is looking to appoint a newly qualified teacher to take on its Year 5 class from September 2020.
This is a traditional primary school that focuses on quality, creative lessons designed to engage and build a love for learning.
The school is a Church of England school so the teacher must be empathetic to this and understanding of some of the religious aspects the school follows.
The school has consistently been Outstanding in OFSTED.
Parents are supportive and very involved in the education of their children. The school serves a culturally and socially diverse community.
Approximately 60% of pupils are from minority ethnic backgrounds. The largest ethnic groups are of European backgrounds, Black Caribbean, Chinese and mixed backgrounds.
The school has gained a substantial number of national awards including the Challenge Award from the National Association for Able Children in Education for its work with able, gifted and talented pupils and the Activemark for its good physical activity provision.
About the Role - Year 5 Teacher / Key Stage 2 Teacher - Westminster, Central London
This school is currently seeking a Year 5 Newly Qualified Teacher to join their staff in September 2020.
Although willing to take a NQT for the post, the school is also willing to meet experienced teachers.
The type of teacher that would fit in at the school is one who is happy to be part of an established, successful team, who is happy to go the extra mile for their students.
The school will invest heavily in CPD as long as the joining staff member is happy to work hard to improve further and is committed for the long term.
How to apply - Year 5 Teacher / Key Stage 2 Teacher - Westminster, Central London
If you are a talented and dynamic Primary Teacher, interested in a Year 5 teacher post, at a school that will invest in your professional development and your career, where you can have an excellent start to your teaching career as a NQT, then this role could be the one you are looking for. Please apply now for immediate consideration for the post as the school is looking to fill the role early in the new year.
Alternatively, if you are looking to teach something else or a different school, please send your CV or contact details to Eve Mejibovski on firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0207 845 5481 for a conversation about the role or other roles available.
Are you an NQT looking for a September 2020 post?
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