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        • chelmsford, east of england
        • contract
        • £25,714 - £41,604 per year
        • full-time
        Science TeacherChelmsford AreaAre you interested in working at a school which relentlessly pursues improvements in teaching and learning? Are you a Science teacher who can help continue the trend of above expected rates of progress, under a strong Head of Department and an award winning Head Teacher?The School:*Larger-than-average secondary academy in the Chelmsford area*Went from grade 4 to grade 1 in the space of one Ofsted inspection*Strong links with the local community*Facilities are new, modern and complete*Curriculum is broad and allows students to make informed choices, while at the same time receiving effective advice about careers and higher education optionsRequirements:*Qualified teacher of Science to start immediately and work on a year contract*Teach key stage 3 & 4 Science*Plan and deliver consistently good and outstanding lessonsResponsibilities:*Be an outstanding and innovative classroom practitioner who can lead and enthuse students*Have a proven track record of impacting on student achievement and the development of the department*Have excellent organisational and communication skills, with an eye for detail*Exude a passion for learning and a driving ambition for every learner to progressThe school are looking for a teacher with qualifications and experience to match the school's aspirations. The successful candidate will need to ensure that all students respond promptly to precise and clear feedback, and make necessary corrections and changes to accelerate their progress. The school believes this approach is the key to improving further over time.If you would like to hear more about this, or any similar opportunities, please contact Randstad Education Chelmsford on chelmsford@randstadeducation.co.uk or 01245 260 100.
        Science TeacherChelmsford AreaAre you interested in working at a school which relentlessly pursues improvements in teaching and learning? Are you a Science teacher who can help continue the trend of above expected rates of progress, under a strong Head of Department and an award winning Head Teacher?The School:*Larger-than-average secondary academy in the Chelmsford area*Went from grade 4 to grade 1 in the space of one Ofsted inspection*Strong links with the local community*Facilities are new, modern and complete*Curriculum is broad and allows students to make informed choices, while at the same time receiving effective advice about careers and higher education optionsRequirements:*Qualified teacher of Science to start immediately and work on a year contract*Teach key stage 3 & 4 Science*Plan and deliver consistently good and outstanding lessonsResponsibilities:*Be an outstanding and innovative classroom practitioner who can lead and enthuse students*Have a proven track record of impacting on student achievement and the development of the department*Have excellent organisational and communication skills, with an eye for detail*Exude a passion for learning and a driving ambition for every learner to progressThe school are looking for a teacher with qualifications and experience to match the school's aspirations. The successful candidate will need to ensure that all students respond promptly to precise and clear feedback, and make necessary corrections and changes to accelerate their progress. The school believes this approach is the key to improving further over time.If you would like to hear more about this, or any similar opportunities, please contact Randstad Education Chelmsford on chelmsford@randstadeducation.co.uk or 01245 260 100.
        • chelmsford, east of england
        • permanent
        • £25,714 - £41,604 per year
        • full-time
        Business Studies TeacherKey Stage 4 & 5Are you an experienced Business Studies teacher, looking to make a difference in a good school which is working hard to attain outstanding status? Would you like to work where a strong leadership team has a clear vision focused on preparing pupils for life in a globalised world? If so please read on!The School:*Large secondary school in the Chelmsford area*Outstanding leadership, which tackles areas of underperformance in all areas of the school*Effective teaching and continually improving exam results*Excellent well-rounded curriculum on offer with a wide range of academic pathways, and highly specialised career advice, availableRequirements & Responsibilities:A successful candidate will need to be able to teach Business Studies both at Key Stages 4 and 5, and as well as this, will need to:-*display effective planning in order that good teaching, learning and assessment takes place*be able to identify where improvements and provision for support for pupils is required*focus on all-round development of pupils as opposed to just focusing on exam performance of key stage 4 and 5 students*guide pupils in the selection of extra-curricular opportunities to help develop them socially and improve confidence*have strong classroom control. Behaviour at the school is good but the pupils must be kept on task during lessons to secure the best outcomesIf you think this sounds like the kind of school and environment within which you would like to progress your career, please do not hesitate to contact us here at the Chelmsford office of Randstad Education. We can also advise you on a number of other opportunities we are currently working on. We have competitive rates of pay and an extensive support network of departments and sister companies which can support you at any stage of your career. We look forward to hearing from you.Please contact Bobby Alani on chelmsford@randstadeducation.co.uk or on 01245 260100.
        Business Studies TeacherKey Stage 4 & 5Are you an experienced Business Studies teacher, looking to make a difference in a good school which is working hard to attain outstanding status? Would you like to work where a strong leadership team has a clear vision focused on preparing pupils for life in a globalised world? If so please read on!The School:*Large secondary school in the Chelmsford area*Outstanding leadership, which tackles areas of underperformance in all areas of the school*Effective teaching and continually improving exam results*Excellent well-rounded curriculum on offer with a wide range of academic pathways, and highly specialised career advice, availableRequirements & Responsibilities:A successful candidate will need to be able to teach Business Studies both at Key Stages 4 and 5, and as well as this, will need to:-*display effective planning in order that good teaching, learning and assessment takes place*be able to identify where improvements and provision for support for pupils is required*focus on all-round development of pupils as opposed to just focusing on exam performance of key stage 4 and 5 students*guide pupils in the selection of extra-curricular opportunities to help develop them socially and improve confidence*have strong classroom control. Behaviour at the school is good but the pupils must be kept on task during lessons to secure the best outcomesIf you think this sounds like the kind of school and environment within which you would like to progress your career, please do not hesitate to contact us here at the Chelmsford office of Randstad Education. We can also advise you on a number of other opportunities we are currently working on. We have competitive rates of pay and an extensive support network of departments and sister companies which can support you at any stage of your career. We look forward to hearing from you.Please contact Bobby Alani on chelmsford@randstadeducation.co.uk or on 01245 260100.
        • colchester, east of england
        • contract
        • £125 - £185 per day
        • full-time
        Are you a fully qualified PE teacher who loves to see your students excel in this area, and also become well prepared for the next stages in their educational journey? If so then a teaching role in this forward thinking and inclusional school is for you!Randstad Education is a market leader in the Education recruitment sector. Here at the Chelmsford branch we help teaching and support staff find temporary and permanent roles all over Essex. Currently, we are working closely with a large secondary academy in the Colchester area, and they are looking to strengthen their PE faculty by appointing a strong teacher who can help reinforce the school's core values and educational principals.The position is part time, working Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, and is initially for one term, but there is a strong possibility of further requirements for the right person.The successful candidate will need to display:*Thorough subject knowledge of PE up to GCSE, with the ability to teach at BTEC or A Level a huge benefit*Good behaviour management. Behaviour at the school is good but keeping pupils consistently on track is a must*Delivery of consistently good and outstanding lessons to ensure more-able students are suitably challenged and areas for improvement are regularly identified*Good communication skills between peers, colleagues, SLT members and others around the school*A sense of humour and the ability to remain calm under pressureIn it's last Ofsted report, the school was graded as good. It has been graded Outstanding in the past, and the Senior Leadership Team are keen to see a swift return to this position. The Principal has a clear vision of provision for all pupils, and pupils enjoy attending the school and make very good progress. Behaviour at this school is very good, and disadvantaged/SEN students are effectively taught and receive good additional support.The school is looking to appoint staff with the ability to communicate well with parents and colleagues, particularly identifying areas for improvement with it's pupils and making others aware about a particular students' needs. The are looking for staff that can display excellent subject knowledge, and the ability to challenge and inspire the most-able pupils to secure the very best outcomes.If you think this sounds like the position for you, and you would like to work at a campus-style school with a strong family and community focus, then please get in touch with us here at Randstad Education Chelmsford. We can be reached on 01245 260100 or on chelmsford@randstadeducation.co.uk
        Are you a fully qualified PE teacher who loves to see your students excel in this area, and also become well prepared for the next stages in their educational journey? If so then a teaching role in this forward thinking and inclusional school is for you!Randstad Education is a market leader in the Education recruitment sector. Here at the Chelmsford branch we help teaching and support staff find temporary and permanent roles all over Essex. Currently, we are working closely with a large secondary academy in the Colchester area, and they are looking to strengthen their PE faculty by appointing a strong teacher who can help reinforce the school's core values and educational principals.The position is part time, working Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, and is initially for one term, but there is a strong possibility of further requirements for the right person.The successful candidate will need to display:*Thorough subject knowledge of PE up to GCSE, with the ability to teach at BTEC or A Level a huge benefit*Good behaviour management. Behaviour at the school is good but keeping pupils consistently on track is a must*Delivery of consistently good and outstanding lessons to ensure more-able students are suitably challenged and areas for improvement are regularly identified*Good communication skills between peers, colleagues, SLT members and others around the school*A sense of humour and the ability to remain calm under pressureIn it's last Ofsted report, the school was graded as good. It has been graded Outstanding in the past, and the Senior Leadership Team are keen to see a swift return to this position. The Principal has a clear vision of provision for all pupils, and pupils enjoy attending the school and make very good progress. Behaviour at this school is very good, and disadvantaged/SEN students are effectively taught and receive good additional support.The school is looking to appoint staff with the ability to communicate well with parents and colleagues, particularly identifying areas for improvement with it's pupils and making others aware about a particular students' needs. The are looking for staff that can display excellent subject knowledge, and the ability to challenge and inspire the most-able pupils to secure the very best outcomes.If you think this sounds like the position for you, and you would like to work at a campus-style school with a strong family and community focus, then please get in touch with us here at Randstad Education Chelmsford. We can be reached on 01245 260100 or on chelmsford@randstadeducation.co.uk
        • chelmsford, east of england
        • permanent
        • full-time
        Science Teacher - Chelmsford - Outstanding School A highly ranked secondary school based in Chelmsford Essex are currently looking for an experienced and qualified (QTS) Science Teacher to work as a full time member of staff. The role is to start in September on a permanent basis. The ideal candidate will have QTS or equivalent, along with up to date subject knowledge with experience teaching secondary.The role:You will be expected to deliver well-organised and engaging lessons consistently. The successful candidate will also be expected to provide excellent pastoral care to all students.Key Responsibilities:* Prepare and deliver lessons to pupils.* Mark work, give appropriate feedback and maintain records of pupils' progress and development.* Research new topic areas, maintaining up-to-date subject knowledge, and devise and write new curriculum materials as required.* Select and use a range of different learning resources and equipment.* Manage pupil behaviour in the classroom and on school premises, and apply appropriate and effective measures in cases of misbehaviour.* Undertake pastoral duties such as supporting pupils on an individual basis through academic or personal difficulties.Applicant Requirements:* Qualifications: QTS (Qualified Teacher Status) or equivalent.* Experience: Up to date subject knowledge.* Compliance: Proof of ability to work and live in the UK.* Travel: The ability to commute to and from work independently.* Hours: Full time Please contact Bobby for further information; 01245 260 100; bobby.alani@randstadeducation.co.uk
        Science Teacher - Chelmsford - Outstanding School A highly ranked secondary school based in Chelmsford Essex are currently looking for an experienced and qualified (QTS) Science Teacher to work as a full time member of staff. The role is to start in September on a permanent basis. The ideal candidate will have QTS or equivalent, along with up to date subject knowledge with experience teaching secondary.The role:You will be expected to deliver well-organised and engaging lessons consistently. The successful candidate will also be expected to provide excellent pastoral care to all students.Key Responsibilities:* Prepare and deliver lessons to pupils.* Mark work, give appropriate feedback and maintain records of pupils' progress and development.* Research new topic areas, maintaining up-to-date subject knowledge, and devise and write new curriculum materials as required.* Select and use a range of different learning resources and equipment.* Manage pupil behaviour in the classroom and on school premises, and apply appropriate and effective measures in cases of misbehaviour.* Undertake pastoral duties such as supporting pupils on an individual basis through academic or personal difficulties.Applicant Requirements:* Qualifications: QTS (Qualified Teacher Status) or equivalent.* Experience: Up to date subject knowledge.* Compliance: Proof of ability to work and live in the UK.* Travel: The ability to commute to and from work independently.* Hours: Full time Please contact Bobby for further information; 01245 260 100; bobby.alani@randstadeducation.co.uk
        • colchester, east of england
        • permanent
        • £25,714 - £41,604 per year
        • full-time
        Are you a dedicated and enthusiastic English teacher with a proven track record of getting the best out of your students? Would you like to work in a school where students make good progress, gain results that are significantly above average, and where virtually all parents would recommend the school to other parents?Randstad Education is a market leading recruitment consultancy, specialising in the Education industry. Here in the Chelmsford branch we provide teaching and support staff positions across Essex on a temporary and permanent basis. Currently we are working closely with a large secondary school in the Colchester area which is looking to strengthen its English department by appointing a proven practitioner.The school is looking for a teacher of English who can work 5 days a week, from January to July in the first instance, although there may be the opportunity for the right candidate to take up a permanent post with the school.The successful candidate will need:-*Good subject knowledge of English Language & Literature with the ability to carry out practical lessons, with all the correct health & safety certificates in place*Strong classroom control. The school has good behaviour on the whole but the students will still need to be kept engaged and on task*To match work well to the abilities of all students to increase attainment and promote effort*To provide accurate marking and feedback, and to make sure pupils have suitable opportunities to respond and improve*A flexible approach to teaching so that they can respond to students' needs as they arise*To plan lessons that consistently interest and challenge students, so that they work quickly and become fully engrossed in their workThe school offers an excellent platform for improvement. Provision for spiritual, moral, social and cultural development is excellent, and the school is a pleasant and harmonious place to study and work. Teachers know their students well, pitching lessons accurately so many pupils make significantly above average progress. SEN pupils make similar progress to their peers, and students who receive additional support quickly catch up with other students. Governors and senior leaders work closely to bring about rapid improvement.If you would like more information about this or any other position in the education sector, please feel free to get in touch with one of our friendly and helpful consultants at Randstad Education Chelmsford, on 01245 260100 or chelmsford@randstadeducation.co.uk.
        Are you a dedicated and enthusiastic English teacher with a proven track record of getting the best out of your students? Would you like to work in a school where students make good progress, gain results that are significantly above average, and where virtually all parents would recommend the school to other parents?Randstad Education is a market leading recruitment consultancy, specialising in the Education industry. Here in the Chelmsford branch we provide teaching and support staff positions across Essex on a temporary and permanent basis. Currently we are working closely with a large secondary school in the Colchester area which is looking to strengthen its English department by appointing a proven practitioner.The school is looking for a teacher of English who can work 5 days a week, from January to July in the first instance, although there may be the opportunity for the right candidate to take up a permanent post with the school.The successful candidate will need:-*Good subject knowledge of English Language & Literature with the ability to carry out practical lessons, with all the correct health & safety certificates in place*Strong classroom control. The school has good behaviour on the whole but the students will still need to be kept engaged and on task*To match work well to the abilities of all students to increase attainment and promote effort*To provide accurate marking and feedback, and to make sure pupils have suitable opportunities to respond and improve*A flexible approach to teaching so that they can respond to students' needs as they arise*To plan lessons that consistently interest and challenge students, so that they work quickly and become fully engrossed in their workThe school offers an excellent platform for improvement. Provision for spiritual, moral, social and cultural development is excellent, and the school is a pleasant and harmonious place to study and work. Teachers know their students well, pitching lessons accurately so many pupils make significantly above average progress. SEN pupils make similar progress to their peers, and students who receive additional support quickly catch up with other students. Governors and senior leaders work closely to bring about rapid improvement.If you would like more information about this or any other position in the education sector, please feel free to get in touch with one of our friendly and helpful consultants at Randstad Education Chelmsford, on 01245 260100 or chelmsford@randstadeducation.co.uk.
        • chelmsford, east of england
        • contract
        • £120 - £185 per day
        • full-time
        Are you an enthusiastic and dynamic teacher looking to join a successful, child-centred school? Do you have confidence in your own ability, high expectations of pupils, and a strong track record in being committed to school improvement? If so then we want to hear from you!Randstad Education is working closely with a flourishing and high achieving primary school in the Chelmsford area, who are looking to strengthen their team by appointing a strong classroom practitioner, working full time on a 1 year contract. The position will start in September 2020.The main duties and responsibilities of the role are as follows:-Teaching* Contributing to the preparation and development of programmes of study, schemes of work, teaching materials, teaching programmes, methods of teaching and assessment and pastoral arrangements throughout the school, including school trips, special assemblies, performances and special events* Planning, preparing and assessing lessons in line with school policies and schemes of work* Teaching of lessons according to the individual needs of pupils, having high expectations and setting challenging targets* Promote the inclusion and acceptance of all children within the classroom ensuring equal access to lessons and their content* Marking work and providing feedback (including for homework in accordance with the school's homework policy) to pupils and parents in line with the School Marking and Feedback Policy* Keeping up to date assessments on the development, progress and attainment of pupils and recording and reporting these assessments in line with the School Assessment Policies* Administering assessment tasks and test in line with school policyOther Activities* To promote the positive ethos and culture of the school to other staff, governors, parents, children and members of the wider community* Contribute to and support the overall ethos/work/aims of the school* Comply with, support and promote all school policies and procedures, particularly those relating to child protection, equal opportunities, racial equality, health, safety and security, confidentiality, behaviour and data protection, reporting concerns to the Headteacher* To take responsibility for understanding the part that one plays in the progress of the School Improvement Plan and contributing to it accordingly* Be aware of and support pupil differences and ensure that all pupils have equal access to all school opportunities to learn and develop* To promote the general progress and well being of individual pupils throughout the school, in line with the Healthy Schools standards and action plan* To provide advice and guidance to pupils and parents on educational, emotional, behavioural and social matters in line with school policies .* Keep records and make reports on the personal and social needs of pupils* Communicate and co-operate with other agencies to support the educational, development/general progress and well being of individual pupils and to participate in meetings arranged for any purposes described above* To communicate and consult with parents of pupils* To maintain good order and discipline among pupils throughout the school, in line with the Behaviour Policy* To safeguard every pupil's health, safety and well being in line with school policies* To participate in staff meetings which relate to the curriculum, administration or organisation of the school, including pastoral arrangements* To provide reports to parents, pupils, Governors and the Leadership Team with regard to the progress of the whole school initiative* To ensure the class is managed in an orderly way and looks stimulating and engaging for the pupils with displays changed regularlyIf you would like to hear more about this or any other opportunities we may have available at Randstad Education Chelmsford, please contact us at chelmsford@randstadeducation.co.uk or on 01245 260100, thanks!
        Are you an enthusiastic and dynamic teacher looking to join a successful, child-centred school? Do you have confidence in your own ability, high expectations of pupils, and a strong track record in being committed to school improvement? If so then we want to hear from you!Randstad Education is working closely with a flourishing and high achieving primary school in the Chelmsford area, who are looking to strengthen their team by appointing a strong classroom practitioner, working full time on a 1 year contract. The position will start in September 2020.The main duties and responsibilities of the role are as follows:-Teaching* Contributing to the preparation and development of programmes of study, schemes of work, teaching materials, teaching programmes, methods of teaching and assessment and pastoral arrangements throughout the school, including school trips, special assemblies, performances and special events* Planning, preparing and assessing lessons in line with school policies and schemes of work* Teaching of lessons according to the individual needs of pupils, having high expectations and setting challenging targets* Promote the inclusion and acceptance of all children within the classroom ensuring equal access to lessons and their content* Marking work and providing feedback (including for homework in accordance with the school's homework policy) to pupils and parents in line with the School Marking and Feedback Policy* Keeping up to date assessments on the development, progress and attainment of pupils and recording and reporting these assessments in line with the School Assessment Policies* Administering assessment tasks and test in line with school policyOther Activities* To promote the positive ethos and culture of the school to other staff, governors, parents, children and members of the wider community* Contribute to and support the overall ethos/work/aims of the school* Comply with, support and promote all school policies and procedures, particularly those relating to child protection, equal opportunities, racial equality, health, safety and security, confidentiality, behaviour and data protection, reporting concerns to the Headteacher* To take responsibility for understanding the part that one plays in the progress of the School Improvement Plan and contributing to it accordingly* Be aware of and support pupil differences and ensure that