KS1 Teacher - Prep School

Recruiter
Anonymous
Location
London
Salary
29471.00 - 39817.00 GBP Annual + GBP29471 - GBP39817/annum
Posted
12 May 2017
Closes
09 Jun 2017
Category
Education
Function
Consultant
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
Key Stage 1 Teacher

**Preparatory School

** Kensington and Chelsea

** Full time/Permenent

** September 2017

An Outstanding 3 form entry co educational prep school in the heart of Kensington and Cheslea are currently seeking an experienced Key Stage 1 Teacher to join their friendly school from September 2017.

To be considered for this role you must have a Bachelor of Education or PGCE, with experience as a class teacher or within teaching placements, preferably within KS1. You must also be able to provide the details of two teaching related referees.

Person Specification

- PGCE or QTS and experience teaching in KS1

- Excellent curriculum knowledge and class room presence

- At least 2 years experience in KS1

- motivation, drive and determination

- Ability to motive and inspire those through teaching

- Ability to work well as part of a team

In return the school can offer the right KS1 teacher the chance to be part of a thriving, successful and creative prep school with excellent scope for career progression and opportunities for career development in the near future. The school is set on spacious grounds with high ceiling and airy classrooms and small manageable class sizes. The school have a very strong and supportive senior leadership team and a very low staff turnover as a result of this.

The class sizes are all small with in class TAs for support and the children are all eager and inspired to learn with excellent pupil behaviour.

If you have the relevant experience and qualifications please do not hesitate to send your details to EJ at REESON Education before the role has been filled! The school are looking to hold interviews straight away. Please note that only successful candidates will be contacted and this will be subject to a full DBS check in line with the schools safeguarding policies