£23,720 - £35,971
over 1 year ago
Step Teachers have been asked to resource a YR3 teacher for this outstanding primary school based in Watford. Suitable for either a newly qualified teacher or a teacher with experience this role will commence in January 2020 on a permanent basis.
As the new YR2 teacher within this school, you will be expected to be able to demonstrate your ability to motivate, enthuse, excite and challenge your pupils within your class.
To be suitable for the position of YR2 teacher you should
- Have a teaching qualification suitable for primary education
- Be able to provide recent and positive references
- Present to your class all available resources to their full extent
The school also asks that their new teacher will:
- Have a comprehensive understanding of personalized learning
- Understand the value of target setting as an aid to raising standards and improving attainment and achievement
The school has a vision for a happy and dynamic community and Governors, leaders, staff and pupils work hard to create a culture that reflects this vision. Pupils work from a curriculum that provides rich and vibrant experiences. Staff support each other well at this school and work as a team who are keen to support and share effective teaching and learning strategies.
If you are interested in this role then contact the friendly team at Step Teachers.
Candidates will be subject to a variety of checks including an enhanced DBS check, full references including your most recent employer and eligibility to work in the UK. Step Teachers are fully committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff to share this commitment.
Unlike other agencies, Step Teachers are more than happy to process your pay via PAYE – you will not be forced to go with an Umbrella Company.
Get special perks for free while working PAYE with Step Teachers such as a qualified GP 24/7 with webcam consultations, examinations, and email prescriptions. In addition to a confidential helpline for stress-related issues.