Lower KS2 Class Teacher - Shared PPA Time

Recruiter
Anonymous
Location
South East England
Salary
26000.00 - 45000.00 GBP Annual + GBP26000 - GBP45000/annum Outer London Weighting
Posted
05 Feb 2017
Closes
19 Feb 2017
Category
Education
Function
Consultant
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
As is the case with many 2 form entry schools, they are able to offer excellent support, including shared PPA time and the opportunity to share planning and ideas with your colleagues. This extends to NQTS, for which they have in place a superb CPD system so you can get the best out of your teaching.

The school are looking for someone to start in April or sooner, and are looking to offer a permanent contract for the right candidate, giving you the stability of direct employment by the school.

The right candidate should be a qualified teacher, with permanent KS1/ KS2 class teaching experience. NQTs are welcome to apply.

For a confidential discussion about this, or many other Education opportunities throughout the country, please contact Edward Little on (Apply online only) 49 (EXT: 7168) or send your updated CV in a word document to (url removed)

I am an Education Consultant specialized in teaching recruitment for London, but I am also in regular contact with schools across the UK & Wales as well as international schools from Europe, Australia and ASIA. I work with a number of primary, secondary and special schools, helping them to develop, grow and succeed by proactively identifying and delivering the most talented professionals in the education market.

NonStop Education is a specialist recruitment company renowned throughout the education sector for its professionalism, unrivalled industry knowledge and commitment to providing the best possible service. With a 190% growth in 2015 and a database of over 100.000 candidates, we are one of the fastest growing companies within the Education sector, being also the only education recruitment agency to house a Quality Assurance team ensuring a swift and effective process to place the 'right' people in the 'right organisations