Primary Teachers wanted in London

Sector: Teachers | Location: London, London | FT/PT: FT | Type: Temporary
Posted: Mon 12 March 2018

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£140 - £180/day

Looking for a new role? Thinking about the next step in your teaching career? Tripod Education are recruiting Qualified Primary School Teachers for teaching roles starting in London, as soon as possible. Whether you are looking for a class teacher position in the EYFS, in Key Stage 1 or 2, a Good' or Outstanding' school, we are here to help. Successful candidates will be proactive and hardworking, able to differentiate learning activities to match abilities and learning needs within the class, as well as adapt their approach in the classroom.

Your main duties will include:
* Inspiring and engaging with children in the Foundation Stage, Key Stage 1 or 2;
* Assessing individual learning needs and working on a group and class basis;
* Maintaining positive behaviour management strategies;
* Marking and monitoring pupils' work and set targets for progress; assess and record pupils' progress systematically and keep records to check work is understood and completed, monitor strengths and weaknesses, inform planning and recognise the level at which the pupil is achieving;
* Being committed to ensuring pupils make good progress and encourage pupils to reach their potential through engaging and stimulating teaching, especially if teaching a SATs year group.

The ideal teacher will have:
* An appropriate education degree with UK qualified teacher status (QTS);
* Previous teaching experience;
* A clear and adaptable approach to teaching;
* A calm and consistent manner;
* The ability to teach students with varying needs and backgrounds.
* ID documents and have a DBS check on the update service or be willing to apply for a new one.

Strong overseas trained and newly qualified teachers will also be considered. Tripod Education are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of every student. Successful applicants will require an Enhanced DBS check and references will be taken up before interview.

In return Tripod Education can offer: • Competitive rates of pay • Professional support from our team of experienced consultants • A wide variety of different positions • Continued support through all placements via a dedicated consultant • Free CPD courses Refer A Friend We believe referring a friend means you deserve more than just a thank you, so for any colleagues (past or present), friends or family members referred to Tripod Education we'll reward you with: £600 for every Teacher and £150 for every Teaching Assistant that works for us for more than 60 days. If you meet the criteria and are looking for work, please send in your CV today. Please note that only teachers who meet our criteria will be contacted.

To contact us about this job telephone us on 020 3146 4410 or email us here.

To contact us about this job telephone us on 020 3146 4410 or email us here.

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