KS2 Teachers, Crayford, Feb-April start

£26,400 - £42,498 per annum
April 2018


An influential and successful school in Bexley is looking for an experienced KS2 Teacher for a position starting between February and April 2018.

-       KS2 Teacher- Bexley-Primary

-       Successful and influential school

-       Feb-Apr start

The ideal candidate will be an enthusiastic and experienced KS2 Teacher who can inspire and motivate all pupils to reach their full potential and uphold the school’s core values. Be able to plan and deliver lessons that are stimulating, engaging and promote high standards of behaviour from all pupils. Work effectively with colleagues and members of the support team.

This exciting and innovative school is popular with parents and pupils. With an emphasis on building strong relationships with parents and pupils, the school provides a happy, safe and stimulating learning environment to secure the best possible outcomes for all pupils. Standards and expectations are high. Children are given a rich and exciting curriculum which includes opportunities to take part in sought after extra-curricular activities and sporting events. The purpose built learning environment is new and in fantastic condition.

To be considered for this role, please apply with an up to date C.V.

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