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      • sefton, north west
      • contract
      • full-time
      Are you a maths teacher weighing up your career options? Would you like to work within the Sefton area?A vibrant, ambitious and rapidly improving mixed gender EBD SEND secondary school for ages 11-18 is seeking a maths teacher who is able to educate and teach the students of the school till the end of July full-time.In the role you can benefit from: * A competitive salary * Inspiring and influencing our next generation * Great career development opportunities * Working amongst a developing and ambitious academyYour responsibilities will include:* Preparing and deliver lessons to children of a varying age and ability range * Allocating the children challenging but achievable homework * Punctual delivery of marking and feedback on completed work * Following the school behaviour policy and guidelines to manage the classroom * Ensuring the children's safety and safeguarding is paramount * Attendance at meetings and scheduled schools trips and functionsKey requirements for the position include: * An in date DBS which does not outline any reason for which you should not be suitable for working with children * A degree and a relevant teaching qualification * A minimum of 2 satisfactory references with one being your most recent employer * QTS is desirable - NQT applications are warmly welcomed * Experience of teaching maths is essential * A positive attitude towards teaching and developing young learnersIf this opportunity to join a great team appeals to you, please send your CV to joanne.south@randstadeducation.co.uk
      Are you a maths teacher weighing up your career options? Would you like to work within the Sefton area?A vibrant, ambitious and rapidly improving mixed gender EBD SEND secondary school for ages 11-18 is seeking a maths teacher who is able to educate and teach the students of the school till the end of July full-time.In the role you can benefit from: * A competitive salary * Inspiring and influencing our next generation * Great career development opportunities * Working amongst a developing and ambitious academyYour responsibilities will include:* Preparing and deliver lessons to children of a varying age and ability range * Allocating the children challenging but achievable homework * Punctual delivery of marking and feedback on completed work * Following the school behaviour policy and guidelines to manage the classroom * Ensuring the children's safety and safeguarding is paramount * Attendance at meetings and scheduled schools trips and functionsKey requirements for the position include: * An in date DBS which does not outline any reason for which you should not be suitable for working with children * A degree and a relevant teaching qualification * A minimum of 2 satisfactory references with one being your most recent employer * QTS is desirable - NQT applications are warmly welcomed * Experience of teaching maths is essential * A positive attitude towards teaching and developing young learnersIf this opportunity to join a great team appeals to you, please send your CV to joanne.south@randstadeducation.co.uk
      • liverpool, north west
      • contract
      • full-time
      Are you a newly qualified primary school teacher looking for your perfect 1st teaching position?Do you have a genuine passion for making a difference in young people's lives?Do you posses a 'Can do' attitude whilst delivering a creative and relevant curriculum?Do you have or wish to gain experience in an SEND environment? Randstad are working on behalf of a SEN school based in Knowsley who require a dedicated and passionate NQT to join their dynamic team. This school offers a genuine and friendly atmosphere and encourage a strong family ethos within the faculty.Benefits:Free on site parkingEngaging children who want to learnOn going training and supportA welcoming and forward thinking schoolExcellent CPD opportunitiesAn exciting curriculumPay to scale Responsibilities:Be able to hold positive values and attitudes, whilst adopting high standards of behaviour managementProvide an independent approach to learning based on first-hand experiences which open up natural curiosityCommunicate effectively with children, parents, and staff on all levelsRecognise and respect the contribution that colleagues, parents, and carers make to the development and well-being of children and in raising attainmentEncourage children to develop a sense of responsibility and respect for their school, the wider community, and the environment Requirements:Hold qualified teacher status (QTS)Be passionate about educationPlan, set and assess homework to sustain learners progressAble to communicate and work with all members of staff including the senior leadership teamThe school are renowned for supporting each member of their staff and providing them with ongoing training and support. Therefore, progression and professional development opportunities will be available.If you're passionate about delivering high-quality teaching and have exceptional drive and ambition to get the best out of each student, please apply now and our specialist SEN Consultant - Neil will be in touch shortly!
      Are you a newly qualified primary school teacher looking for your perfect 1st teaching position?Do you have a genuine passion for making a difference in young people's lives?Do you posses a 'Can do' attitude whilst delivering a creative and relevant curriculum?Do you have or wish to gain experience in an SEND environment? Randstad are working on behalf of a SEN school based in Knowsley who require a dedicated and passionate NQT to join their dynamic team. This school offers a genuine and friendly atmosphere and encourage a strong family ethos within the faculty.Benefits:Free on site parkingEngaging children who want to learnOn going training and supportA welcoming and forward thinking schoolExcellent CPD opportunitiesAn exciting curriculumPay to scale Responsibilities:Be able to hold positive values and attitudes, whilst adopting high standards of behaviour managementProvide an independent approach to learning based on first-hand experiences which open up natural curiosityCommunicate effectively with children, parents, and staff on all levelsRecognise and respect the contribution that colleagues, parents, and carers make to the development and well-being of children and in raising attainmentEncourage children to develop a sense of responsibility and respect for their school, the wider community, and the environment Requirements:Hold qualified teacher status (QTS)Be passionate about educationPlan, set and assess homework to sustain learners progressAble to communicate and work with all members of staff including the senior leadership teamThe school are renowned for supporting each member of their staff and providing them with ongoing training and support. Therefore, progression and professional development opportunities will be available.If you're passionate about delivering high-quality teaching and have exceptional drive and ambition to get the best out of each student, please apply now and our specialist SEN Consultant - Neil will be in touch shortly!

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