KS2 Teacher – Feltham (34861)

Location: Wiltshire  |  Wiltshire  |  England
Sector: Resourcing
Consultant: Charlotte Steward
Job Reference: 34861
Salary: £23720 - £35008
Job Status: Contract / Full Time

KS2 Teacher – Feltham (34861)

We are currently looking to recruit for a KS2 Primary Teacher for SEN school in Feltham. The applicant must have up to date knowledge of the primary curriculum and QTS (Qualified teacher status). The position is to start in January and continue up until the end of the academic year with the possibility of achieving a permanent position.

The main areas of responsibility are:

Academic

  • To undertake the requirements of a Primary teacher
  • To plan work regularly with other members of staff
  • To work closely in a team with other teachers and assistants
  • To stimulate and encourage pupils to achieve excellence in their work
  • To ensure that the children have a stimulating environment in which to work
  • To mark and assess pupils’ work in line with School and Departmental Policy and to record assessments in a clear and useful way
  • To ensure a high standard of display work on classroom boards always

Pastoral

  • To look after the well-being and pastoral needs of the children in your class
  • To communication effectively and regularly with parents and other staff
  • To liaise with the Head where necessary
  • To keep the Head informed of any pupil who may be experiencing difficulties in your form

The Ideal Candidate should:

  • Have attained QTS
  • Have experience of Primary education

KS2 Teacher – Feltham

We are currently looking to recruit for a KS2 Primary Teacher for SEN school in Feltham. The applicant must have up to date knowledge of the primary curriculum and QTS (Qualified teacher status). The position is to start in January and continue up until the end of the academic year with the possibility of achieving a permanent position.

The main areas of responsibility are:

Academic

  • To undertake the requirements of a Primary teacher
  • To plan work regularly with other members of staff
  • To work closely in a team with other teachers and assistants
  • To stimulate and encourage pupils to achieve excellence in their work
  • To ensure that the children have a stimulating environment in which to work
  • To mark and assess pupils’ work in line with School and Departmental Policy and to record assessments in a clear and useful way
  • To ensure a high standard of display work on classroom boards always

Pastoral

  • To look after the well-being and pastoral needs of the children in your class
  • To communication effectively and regularly with parents and other staff
  • To liaise with the Head where necessary
  • To keep the Head informed of any pupil who may be experiencing difficulties in your form

The Ideal Candidate should:

  • Have attained QTS
  • Have experience of Primary education