English Teacher - Independent Prep School

Recruiter
Anonymous
Location
London
Salary
34000.00 - 40000.00 GBP Annual + GBP34000 - GBP40000/annum
Posted
09 Feb 2017
Closes
24 Feb 2017
Category
Education
Function
Consultant
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
School: Independent Prep School - London

Job title: English Teacher

Job Start date: September 2017

Salary: Highly Competitive

A leading Independent Prep School in North London is searching for an inspiring English teacher to teach English across KS2 and KS3. This is a full time and permanent position from September 2017.

There is a lovely, welcoming atmosphere at this school. Pupils and staff alike are happy, keen and share in each other's success. Pupils are encouraged to achieve their full potential across their academic studies, sporting endeavours and extracurricular pursuits. Staff facilitate pupils' learning and are there to help them achieve in all areas of school life. The school provides first class facilities in order for teachers to deliver inspiring and outstanding lessons and for pupils to be given the best possible opportunity to succeed.

The Head is seeking a highly motivated and innovative individual to teach English to upper KS2 and lower KS3. The successful candidate will be responsible for teaching English to pupils in Year 6 to Year 8 including Common Entrance and Scholarship. The School has a successful track record in Common Entrance and Scholarship examinations and the Head is keen for the successful applicant to continue this trend. Thus previous experience at this level is advantageous but not essential. You will be passionate about English and able to stretch the most able children in order for them to achieve the highest grades.

There is a very good remuneration package on offer with this post.

If you are interested in this fantastic opportunity to teach your specialist subject at a great independent prep school, please click apply or contact Duncan Eaglesham at Capita Education on (Apply online only).

Capita Education works with schools that are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare and safety of young people. The successful candidate will be subject to an enhanced criminal records check (DBS)