KS1 Teacher

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REESON Education
£29,500 to £48,500 Per Annum
Job Type
Permanent/Full Time
Date Posted
14th March 2019

Job Description

KS1 Teacher


REESON Education is working in partnership with a popular school situated in Greenwich, south east London, that is seeking an experienced and hardworking practitioner for a permanent contract starting in September 2019. The role will be in KS1 (year level undecided at this stage).

The successful KS1 Teacher will have a proven track record of success within the classroom and will also possess the drive to raise attainment within the year group while contributing knowledge and expertise school wide.

In turn, the school offers a friendly and hardworking environment where working towards a common goal is paramount. There is a supportive staff base and focused senior leadership team at hand to support all staff. Children at the school behave well and work hard to challenge themselves and engage well in their lessons. The school has been judged 'Outstanding' by Ofsted.

The KS1 Teacher role offers a salary of inner London MPS/UPS: £29,663 - £48,244 and is open to teachers that are experienced or newly qualified.

What you'll need to apply for the KS1 Teacher position?

* At least one year of experience teaching in KS1 or lower KS2 in the UK

* QTS - Achieved through a PGCE, Bachelor of Education, GTP or equivalent
* An up-to-date DBS, ideally registered with the update service
* Two teaching related references from your last two employers

Interviews will happen as and when successful applications are received so, please send your CV to Dereck McColl at REESON Education or call [You must Apply on line] .

REESON Education is London's premier teaching recruitment agency. Est. in 2006 by experienced teachers, education professional and recruitment specialist we have built our business on our core values of Honesty Integrity and Excellence.

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