Newly Qualified Key Stage 1 Teacher – Wolverhampton – September 2016 Start
Are you a Primary NQT that will be coming to the end of your PGCE, Schools Direct or TeachFirst teacher training in the summer?
Are you excited about finding your first full time position as a Primary NQT in the West Midlands?
Have you been graded as ‘Good or ‘Outstanding’ on your professional teaching placements?
Do you have the energy, drive and ambition to make your mark as a newly qualified teacher?
Would you like the opportunity to join a school that understands the importance of supporting newly qualified teachers through this very important foundation year?
***September 2016 Start
***MPS/UPS Pay scale
***Key Stage 1 Teacher
***Need to be of inspiring character
***MUST be graded ‘Good’ &‘Outstanding’
***Supportive Head Teacher
My client’s school, located to the West of Wolverhampton, is a two form entry Primary school. They are currently looking to appoint a Primary NQT to join them on a full time permanent basis as of this September . The school, with 14 classes from Reception to Year 6 provides primary education to the children in a number of small villages in this delightful rural setting. As well as the classrooms the school boasts an up to date technology suite, entertainment room, music room and an elegant dining room.
The school aim to tap in to the true potential of all pupils which is achieved through a combination of nurturing, a stimulating curriculum and teachers with the ability to motivate and inspire. A warm and safe environment means pupils generally love coming to school and have the upmost respect for the teaching and support staff.
As a Primary NQT, starting your first full time role, it is essential for your success that you are well supported. This Head will ensure your career and professional development are continually monitored and supported. This support should help you become an outstanding Primary school teacher. There are a number of teachers that have been with the school for some time and they will be able to provide an NQT with help and guidance in best practice.
The head teacher is keen to appoint an NQT that is motivated and 100% committed to becoming an outstanding teacher at Key Stage 1. The successful applicant needs to engage children of all abilities with the ability to inspire a love for learning. Due to the aspirations of the teaching staff and parents it is essential as an NQT you can deliver lessons of the highest quality that will stimulate the whole class
If you’re committed to making your mark as a Primary school teacher, in a good school, and have the drive and motivation to really make a difference, then please send a copy of your CV to Patrick at Edustaff.