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        • nottingham, east midlands
        • temporary
        • £8.91 - £9.91 per hour
        • randstad education
        Do you enjoy engaging with pupils? Is taking a small group of students within a classroom and giving them direct support something that you relish? Do you want the freedom to decide when you work, and experience a range of different school settings.This role would tick all of those boxes, as I am looking for a Teaching Assistant who would be able to provide support to a range of primary schools in Nottingham on an ad-hoc basis.Becoming a supply teaching assistant is an ideal role for experienced candidates and those just starting their journey alike, allowing you to test yourself in different arenas and environments. If you're flexible, adaptable, can handle a challenge, and have a genuine passion to see children learn and develop, this role could be the perfect opportunity for you.The recent pandemic has shown society just how important teachers and assistants are, and being able to provide passionate TA's to struggling schools to help those affected by the lockdown is our goal at Randstad.Benefits- 3 hour robust COVID-19 Awareness training- A bubble system on supply - you won't be sent across the county, being kept at one or maybe two schools- Opportunity to work in a range of schools across the county- Working within a supportive team of staff- Career advancement opportunities- 'Refer a Friend' scheme giving you the opportunity to earn £300- Personal consultant- Choose your own hours- Competitive pay rates subject to experience- Fantastic method to gain experience right across the county Responsibilities - General support e.g. printing, photocopying, behaviour management, the setting up and running of some activities - 1:1 sessions with SEN children - Taking small groups of pupils who are slightly ahead or behind the general class, and providing support to them.- To understand the classroom roles and responsibilities, as well as your own place within this.- Support the teacher in all aspects, and using initiative to anticipate needs of the class and teacher.Requirements - Previous experience in teaching assistant roles. - Cache level 3 is a benefit but not essential to this position. - A fully up to date DBS which is on the update service. - Resilience and a great work ethic. - As a supply worker, being able to drive and having access to your own vehicle is a benefit, but not essential as long as you are able to travel to different places. - This opportunity would afford the successful candidate a wealth of experience working in a range of settings & roles. The opportunity to broaden your experience through work with children in 1:1 support sessions could prove vital moving forwards! Apply today if you feel this role would be perfect for you.Please contact Henry.Coleman@randstadeducation.co.uk or apply through our website today! Alternatively, call 0116 208 1110, and speak with Henry to arrange a registration interview
        Do you enjoy engaging with pupils? Is taking a small group of students within a classroom and giving them direct support something that you relish? Do you want the freedom to decide when you work, and experience a range of different school settings.This role would tick all of those boxes, as I am looking for a Teaching Assistant who would be able to provide support to a range of primary schools in Nottingham on an ad-hoc basis.Becoming a supply teaching assistant is an ideal role for experienced candidates and those just starting their journey alike, allowing you to test yourself in different arenas and environments. If you're flexible, adaptable, can handle a challenge, and have a genuine passion to see children learn and develop, this role could be the perfect opportunity for you.The recent pandemic has shown society just how important teachers and assistants are, and being able to provide passionate TA's to struggling schools to help those affected by the lockdown is our goal at Randstad.Benefits- 3 hour robust COVID-19 Awareness training- A bubble system on supply - you won't be sent across the county, being kept at one or maybe two schools- Opportunity to work in a range of schools across the county- Working within a supportive team of staff- Career advancement opportunities- 'Refer a Friend' scheme giving you the opportunity to earn £300- Personal consultant- Choose your own hours- Competitive pay rates subject to experience- Fantastic method to gain experience right across the county Responsibilities - General support e.g. printing, photocopying, behaviour management, the setting up and running of some activities - 1:1 sessions with SEN children - Taking small groups of pupils who are slightly ahead or behind the general class, and providing support to them.- To understand the classroom roles and responsibilities, as well as your own place within this.- Support the teacher in all aspects, and using initiative to anticipate needs of the class and teacher.Requirements - Previous experience in teaching assistant roles. - Cache level 3 is a benefit but not essential to this position. - A fully up to date DBS which is on the update service. - Resilience and a great work ethic. - As a supply worker, being able to drive and having access to your own vehicle is a benefit, but not essential as long as you are able to travel to different places. - This opportunity would afford the successful candidate a wealth of experience working in a range of settings & roles. The opportunity to broaden your experience through work with children in 1:1 support sessions could prove vital moving forwards! Apply today if you feel this role would be perfect for you.Please contact Henry.Coleman@randstadeducation.co.uk or apply through our website today! Alternatively, call 0116 208 1110, and speak with Henry to arrange a registration interview
        • nottingham, east midlands
        • temporary
        • £8.72 - £9.00 per hour
        • randstad education
        Do you enjoy engaging with pupils? Is taking a small group of students within a classroom and giving them direct support something that you relish? Do you want the freedom to decide when you work, an experience a range of different school settings.This role would tick all of those boxes, as I am looking for a Teaching Assistant who would be able to provide support to a range of primary schools in the Nottingham area. Becoming a supply teaching assistant is an ideal role for experienced candidates and those just starting their journey alike, allowing you to test yourself in different arenas and environments. If you're flexible, adaptable, can handle a challenge, and have a genuine passion to see children learn and develop, this role could be the perfect opportunity for you!Benefits Gain considerable experience across a range of school settings Support within the role. Flexible working hours Dedicated consultant Access to CPD courses through Randstad Market leading technology through our app Sirenum & Hapi Reward schemes like Refer-a-Friend roles Opportunity to progress in temporary to permanent rolesResponsibilities General support e.g. printing, photocopying, behaviour management, the setting up and running of some activities  1:1 sessions with SEN children Taking small groups of pupils who are slightly ahead or behind the general class, and providing support to them. To understand the classroom roles and responsibilities, as well as your own place within this. Support the teacher in all aspects, and using initiative to anticipate needs of the class and teacher.Requirements Previous experience in teaching assistant roles. Cache level 3 is a benefit but not essential to this position. A fully up to date DBS which is on the update service Resilience and a great work ethic. As a supply working, being able to drive and having access to your own vehicle is a benefit, but not essential as long as you are able to travel to different schools.This opportunity would afford the successful candidate a wealth of experience working in a range of settings & roles. The opportunity to broaden your experience through work with children in 1:1 support sessions could prove vital moving forwards! Apply today if you feel this role would be perfect for you.Please contact Henry.Coleman@randstadeducation.co.uk or apply through our website today! Alternatively, call 0116 208 1110, and speak with Henry to arrange a registration interview.
        Do you enjoy engaging with pupils? Is taking a small group of students within a classroom and giving them direct support something that you relish? Do you want the freedom to decide when you work, an experience a range of different school settings.This role would tick all of those boxes, as I am looking for a Teaching Assistant who would be able to provide support to a range of primary schools in the Nottingham area. Becoming a supply teaching assistant is an ideal role for experienced candidates and those just starting their journey alike, allowing you to test yourself in different arenas and environments. If you're flexible, adaptable, can handle a challenge, and have a genuine passion to see children learn and develop, this role could be the perfect opportunity for you!Benefits Gain considerable experience across a range of school settings Support within the role. Flexible working hours Dedicated consultant Access to CPD courses through Randstad Market leading technology through our app Sirenum & Hapi Reward schemes like Refer-a-Friend roles Opportunity to progress in temporary to permanent rolesResponsibilities General support e.g. printing, photocopying, behaviour management, the setting up and running of some activities  1:1 sessions with SEN children Taking small groups of pupils who are slightly ahead or behind the general class, and providing support to them. To understand the classroom roles and responsibilities, as well as your own place within this. Support the teacher in all aspects, and using initiative to anticipate needs of the class and teacher.Requirements Previous experience in teaching assistant roles. Cache level 3 is a benefit but not essential to this position. A fully up to date DBS which is on the update service Resilience and a great work ethic. As a supply working, being able to drive and having access to your own vehicle is a benefit, but not essential as long as you are able to travel to different schools.This opportunity would afford the successful candidate a wealth of experience working in a range of settings & roles. The opportunity to broaden your experience through work with children in 1:1 support sessions could prove vital moving forwards! Apply today if you feel this role would be perfect for you.Please contact Henry.Coleman@randstadeducation.co.uk or apply through our website today! Alternatively, call 0116 208 1110, and speak with Henry to arrange a registration interview.
        • nottingham, east midlands
        • contract
        • £20.00 - £25.00 per hour
        • randstad education
        With the release of £1b of funding by the government for schools to bridge the attainment gap for affected by the COVID-19 pandemic, through the National Tutor Programme, demand for specialist tutors across all schools, primary, SEN and secondary, has never been higher.With 15 hours worth of tuition subsidised by 75% for LA maintained schools per pupil, you could make a real difference in the lives of those whose education has been impacted the most. Your ability to teach in groups of up to 3, or online, will be vital in delivering learning and providing the pupils with support.This opportunity is based in Nottingham at a Primary School, and would be face to face tuition. It is due to start after Easter, and run until the end of the academic year.Benefits of Randstad:3 hour robust COVID-19 Awareness trainingA bubble system on supply - you won't be sent across the county, being kept at one or maybe two schoolsOpportunity to work in a range of schools across the countyWorking within a supportive team of staffCareer advancement opportunities'Refer a Friend' scheme giving you the opportunity to earn £300Personal consultant, available at all timesChoose your own hoursCompetitive pay rates subject to experienceFantastic method to gain experience right across the countyResponsibilities as a tutor:Creating a positive learning environment through professionally planned lessons and classroom displaysUsing imagination and innovation to enhance the learning experience of all pupilsAdhering to the national curriculumEngage the children in fun and captivating lessons which leave them feeling as though they've achieved somethingChild safeguardingAdhering to school behavioural policyRequirements for the role:Relevant experience in tutoring at 1:1, 1:2, 1:3 ratio or online.Some experience in EYFS, reception KS1 or KS2 classes, Secondary, GCSE, or post-16.An up to date DBS, on the update service speeds the process alongA drive and passion for teaching childrenExcellent communication, organisational and interpersonal skillsBeing able to drive and have access to a car is a great help, but not necessarily if location is within public transportA flexible attitude and willingness to take on challengesIf you want to joined the supply circuit and experience all teaching has to offer, please click apply online, or send your CV to Henry.Coleman@RandstadEducation.co.uk, or call Henry on 0116 208 1110 today
        With the release of £1b of funding by the government for schools to bridge the attainment gap for affected by the COVID-19 pandemic, through the National Tutor Programme, demand for specialist tutors across all schools, primary, SEN and secondary, has never been higher.With 15 hours worth of tuition subsidised by 75% for LA maintained schools per pupil, you could make a real difference in the lives of those whose education has been impacted the most. Your ability to teach in groups of up to 3, or online, will be vital in delivering learning and providing the pupils with support.This opportunity is based in Nottingham at a Primary School, and would be face to face tuition. It is due to start after Easter, and run until the end of the academic year.Benefits of Randstad:3 hour robust COVID-19 Awareness trainingA bubble system on supply - you won't be sent across the county, being kept at one or maybe two schoolsOpportunity to work in a range of schools across the countyWorking within a supportive team of staffCareer advancement opportunities'Refer a Friend' scheme giving you the opportunity to earn £300Personal consultant, available at all timesChoose your own hoursCompetitive pay rates subject to experienceFantastic method to gain experience right across the countyResponsibilities as a tutor:Creating a positive learning environment through professionally planned lessons and classroom displaysUsing imagination and innovation to enhance the learning experience of all pupilsAdhering to the national curriculumEngage the children in fun and captivating lessons which leave them feeling as though they've achieved somethingChild safeguardingAdhering to school behavioural policyRequirements for the role:Relevant experience in tutoring at 1:1, 1:2, 1:3 ratio or online.Some experience in EYFS, reception KS1 or KS2 classes, Secondary, GCSE, or post-16.An up to date DBS, on the update service speeds the process alongA drive and passion for teaching childrenExcellent communication, organisational and interpersonal skillsBeing able to drive and have access to a car is a great help, but not necessarily if location is within public transportA flexible attitude and willingness to take on challengesIf you want to joined the supply circuit and experience all teaching has to offer, please click apply online, or send your CV to Henry.Coleman@RandstadEducation.co.uk, or call Henry on 0116 208 1110 today
        • nottingham, east midlands
        • temporary
        • £130 - £140 per day
        • randstad education
        Despite the ongoing pandemic, teachers in the workforce have bravely committed to following their passion, and teaching the nations children through it all. Though class numbers are smaller, some of our schools are still in need of support as teachers have isolate, and many are beginning preparations for when a full complement of students do return. When that day comes, are you ready to step into the classroom in a new opportunity?I am looking for a teacher who is adaptable, resilient and has good knowledge of the the curriculum for a regular supply role at a school in Woolaton.Key characteristics to a successful supply teacher are adaptability, resilience, flexibility, and making good use of support staff, great communication skills, and a willingness to experience new environments, all of which will allow you to blend in with the schools own team, support staff, and children. Benefits of Randstad:3 hour robust COVID-19 Awareness trainingA bubble system on supply - you won't be sent across the county, being kept at one or maybe two schoolsOpportunity to work in a range of schools across the countyWorking within a supportive team of staffCareer advancement opportunities'Refer a Friend' scheme giving you the opportunity to earn £300Personal consultant, available at all timesChoose your own hoursCompetitive pay rates subject to experienceFantastic method to gain experience right across the countyResponsibilities as a supply teacher:Creating a positive learning environment through professionally planned lessons and classroom displaysUsing imagination and innovation to enhance the learning experience of all pupilsHave control over a whole class and maintain disciplineAdhering to the national curriculumEngage the children in fun and captivating lessons which leave them feeling as though they've achieved somethingChild safeguardingAdhering to school behavioural policyRequirements for the role:QTS or equivalent qualificationsSome experience teaching EYFS, reception KS1 or KS2 classesAn up to date DBS, on the update service speeds the process alongA drive and passion for teaching childrenExcellent communication, organisational and interpersonal skillsBeing able to drive and have access to a car is a great help, but not necessarily if location is within public transportA flexible attitude and willingness to take on challengesIf you want to joined the supply circuit and experience all teaching has to offer, please click apply online, or send your CV to Henry.Coleman@RandstadEducation.co.uk, or call Henry on 0116 208 1110 today
        Despite the ongoing pandemic, teachers in the workforce have bravely committed to following their passion, and teaching the nations children through it all. Though class numbers are smaller, some of our schools are still in need of support as teachers have isolate, and many are beginning preparations for when a full complement of students do return. When that day comes, are you ready to step into the classroom in a new opportunity?I am looking for a teacher who is adaptable, resilient and has good knowledge of the the curriculum for a regular supply role at a school in Woolaton.Key characteristics to a successful supply teacher are adaptability, resilience, flexibility, and making good use of support staff, great communication skills, and a willingness to experience new environments, all of which will allow you to blend in with the schools own team, support staff, and children. Benefits of Randstad:3 hour robust COVID-19 Awareness trainingA bubble system on supply - you won't be sent across the county, being kept at one or maybe two schoolsOpportunity to work in a range of schools across the countyWorking within a supportive team of staffCareer advancement opportunities'Refer a Friend' scheme giving you the opportunity to earn £300Personal consultant, available at all timesChoose your own hoursCompetitive pay rates subject to experienceFantastic method to gain experience right across the countyResponsibilities as a supply teacher:Creating a positive learning environment through professionally planned lessons and classroom displaysUsing imagination and innovation to enhance the learning experience of all pupilsHave control over a whole class and maintain disciplineAdhering to the national curriculumEngage the children in fun and captivating lessons which leave them feeling as though they've achieved somethingChild safeguardingAdhering to school behavioural policyRequirements for the role:QTS or equivalent qualificationsSome experience teaching EYFS, reception KS1 or KS2 classesAn up to date DBS, on the update service speeds the process alongA drive and passion for teaching childrenExcellent communication, organisational and interpersonal skillsBeing able to drive and have access to a car is a great help, but not necessarily if location is within public transportA flexible attitude and willingness to take on challengesIf you want to joined the supply circuit and experience all teaching has to offer, please click apply online, or send your CV to Henry.Coleman@RandstadEducation.co.uk, or call Henry on 0116 208 1110 today
        • nottingham, east midlands
        • contract
        • £20.00 - £25.00 per hour
        • randstad education
        Are you experienced in delivering 1:1 or small group tuition?Are you located in Nottingham?We have a rewarding opportunity within an inner city Nottingham Primary School. This involves the tutoring of Maths and English to students between the ages of 7 and 10. This is for face to face tutoring every weekday afternoon. Responsibilities include:Support students with Maths and EnglishBeing an engaging and informative tutor to help students acquire the best education and raise attainment Tailoring 1:1 or 1:3 sessions to suit the needs of studentsAccessing students ability and observing areas of strength and weaknessProviding feedback to the students teacher or guardian Essential requirements:Experience of working with young people including those with SEN Comfortability in managing challenging behaviours and confidence in your ability to control itAbility to engage with, and build rapport with young people Creative, proactive and flexible in your supporting styleAble to provide a nurturing and caring connection with student(s)Resilience when facing challenges, the ability to remain calm when faced with testing behavioursPrimary or secondary curriculum experience Enhanced DBS on the update service (opportunity to prepare this with Randstad if not)Benefits include:Opportunity to gain a vast amount of experience Competitive rates of payAccess to CPD courses such as Team TeachFlexible working hours 'Refer a friend' scheme where you could earn £300 A dedicated support team Do you feel that this is a role you would relish and thrive in? Could you contribute to making a valid transformation to someone's future? Are you ready for a challenge? Did you answer yes? Apply today!Randstad Education maintains the highest standard of child safety and compliance when placing candidates into schools. Successful candidates will be subject to the compliance process that also includes the enhanced DBS check.
        Are you experienced in delivering 1:1 or small group tuition?Are you located in Nottingham?We have a rewarding opportunity within an inner city Nottingham Primary School. This involves the tutoring of Maths and English to students between the ages of 7 and 10. This is for face to face tutoring every weekday afternoon. Responsibilities include:Support students with Maths and EnglishBeing an engaging and informative tutor to help students acquire the best education and raise attainment Tailoring 1:1 or 1:3 sessions to suit the needs of studentsAccessing students ability and observing areas of strength and weaknessProviding feedback to the students teacher or guardian Essential requirements:Experience of working with young people including those with SEN Comfortability in managing challenging behaviours and confidence in your ability to control itAbility to engage with, and build rapport with young people Creative, proactive and flexible in your supporting styleAble to provide a nurturing and caring connection with student(s)Resilience when facing challenges, the ability to remain calm when faced with testing behavioursPrimary or secondary curriculum experience Enhanced DBS on the update service (opportunity to prepare this with Randstad if not)Benefits include:Opportunity to gain a vast amount of experience Competitive rates of payAccess to CPD courses such as Team TeachFlexible working hours 'Refer a friend' scheme where you could earn £300 A dedicated support team Do you feel that this is a role you would relish and thrive in? Could you contribute to making a valid transformation to someone's future? Are you ready for a challenge? Did you answer yes? Apply today!Randstad Education maintains the highest standard of child safety and compliance when placing candidates into schools. Successful candidates will be subject to the compliance process that also includes the enhanced DBS check.
        • nottingham, east midlands
        • temporary
        • £8.72 - £9.00 per hour
        • randstad education
        Are you an experienced practitioner in an Early Years setting? Does the flexibility of deciding your own hours & being in control of the days appeal to you? Can you adapt to new environments well? Do you want to broaden your experience at varied settings? Our range of nurseries across Nottingham city centre can bring you all you need to develop! During COVID-19, with nurseries remaining open, supply staff have been called upon to help now more than ever, and adhering to the safety measures of nurseries to ensure we keep them open for key workers children is key.This role of being an ad-hoc day to day supply nursery nurse is perfect for those looking to work reduced hours and have the flexibility to decide the days they work. Being adaptable and thriving in new settings are key attributes of a candidate for this role, as is the ability to develop relationships with children and staff. Using our market leading technology, Sirenum, obtaining and deciding which days work you want to complete has never been easier. Benefitswe can offer day-to-day and long term supply work to suit your needscompletely flexible approach to your working weeka dedicated consultant with an honest, positive and trustworthy approach that matches you to the right schoola 24 hour on call facilitycompetitive rates of paymarket leading technology in the form of our booking app Sirenuma refer-a-friend schemeResponsibilitiesmaking sure that children are safe, happy and stimulatedcommunicating information to children using playdistracting children during clinical proceduresencouraging children's developmentassisting with personal care on occasionRequirementslevel 3 NVQ in childcare, learning and development or equivalentA DBS is desired, but we can help with processing onecreating a child friendly environmentmaintaining toys and play equipmentstimulating children through play and encouraging learningprevious experience of working in a early years settings essentialThis post is subject to Enhanced Disclosure Procedures and references. Randstad Education is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children.To apply please follow the on screen instructions or contact us today on 0116 208 1110, and contact Henry. Alternatively, send your CV to Henry.Coleman@RandstadEducation.co.uk!
        Are you an experienced practitioner in an Early Years setting? Does the flexibility of deciding your own hours & being in control of the days appeal to you? Can you adapt to new environments well? Do you want to broaden your experience at varied settings? Our range of nurseries across Nottingham city centre can bring you all you need to develop! During COVID-19, with nurseries remaining open, supply staff have been called upon to help now more than ever, and adhering to the safety measures of nurseries to ensure we keep them open for key workers children is key.This role of being an ad-hoc day to day supply nursery nurse is perfect for those looking to work reduced hours and have the flexibility to decide the days they work. Being adaptable and thriving in new settings are key attributes of a candidate for this role, as is the ability to develop relationships with children and staff. Using our market leading technology, Sirenum, obtaining and deciding which days work you want to complete has never been easier. Benefitswe can offer day-to-day and long term supply work to suit your needscompletely flexible approach to your working weeka dedicated consultant with an honest, positive and trustworthy approach that matches you to the right schoola 24 hour on call facilitycompetitive rates of paymarket leading technology in the form of our booking app Sirenuma refer-a-friend schemeResponsibilitiesmaking sure that children are safe, happy and stimulatedcommunicating information to children using playdistracting children during clinical proceduresencouraging children's developmentassisting with personal care on occasionRequirementslevel 3 NVQ in childcare, learning and development or equivalentA DBS is desired, but we can help with processing onecreating a child friendly environmentmaintaining toys and play equipmentstimulating children through play and encouraging learningprevious experience of working in a early years settings essentialThis post is subject to Enhanced Disclosure Procedures and references. Randstad Education is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children.To apply please follow the on screen instructions or contact us today on 0116 208 1110, and contact Henry. Alternatively, send your CV to Henry.Coleman@RandstadEducation.co.uk!
        • nottingham, east midlands
        • permanent
        • £25,000 - £36,000 per year
        • randstad education
        Despite the ongoing pandemic, teachers in the workforce have bravely committed to following their passion, and teaching the nations children through it all. Though class numbers are smaller, some of our schools are still in need of support as teachers have isolate, and many are beginning preparations for when a full complement of students return, and beyond to the new Academic year. When that day comes, are you ready to step into the classroom in a new opportunity?I am working with a school in Nottingham who are looking for a class teacher to start in the new Academic Year in September. The school is OFSTED Good rated, and caters to a large range of pupils from differing backgrounds, with a diverse team and great values. Becoming a class teacher here would be a career for life, with ample opportunity to take on additional responsibilities.Benefits of Randstad:3 hour robust COVID-19 Awareness trainingOpportunity to work in a range of schools across the countyWorking within a supportive team of staffCareer advancement opportunities'Refer a Friend' scheme giving you the opportunity to earn £300Personal consultant, available at all timesOn-site parkingResponsibilities as a class teacher:Creating a positive learning environment through professionally planned lessons and classroom displaysUsing imagination and innovation to enhance the learning experience of all pupilsHave control over a whole class and maintain disciplineAdhering to the national curriculumEngage the children in fun and captivating lessons which leave them feeling as though they've achieved somethingChild safeguardingAdhering to school behavioural policyRequirements for the role:QTS or equivalent qualificationsSome experience teaching EYFS, reception KS1 or KS2 classesAn up to date DBS, on the update service speeds the process alongA drive and passion for teaching childrenExcellent communication, organisational and interpersonal skillsBeing able to drive and have access to a car is a great help, but not necessarily if location is within public transportA flexible attitude and willingness to take on challengesIf you want to join Randstad and experience all teaching has to offer, please click apply online, or send your CV to Henry.Coleman@RandstadEducation.co.uk, or call Henry on 0116 208 1110 today
        Despite the ongoing pandemic, teachers in the workforce have bravely committed to following their passion, and teaching the nations children through it all. Though class numbers are smaller, some of our schools are still in need of support as teachers have isolate, and many are beginning preparations for when a full complement of students return, and beyond to the new Academic year. When that day comes, are you ready to step into the classroom in a new opportunity?I am working with a school in Nottingham who are looking for a class teacher to start in the new Academic Year in September. The school is OFSTED Good rated, and caters to a large range of pupils from differing backgrounds, with a diverse team and great values. Becoming a class teacher here would be a career for life, with ample opportunity to take on additional responsibilities.Benefits of Randstad:3 hour robust COVID-19 Awareness trainingOpportunity to work in a range of schools across the countyWorking within a supportive team of staffCareer advancement opportunities'Refer a Friend' scheme giving you the opportunity to earn £300Personal consultant, available at all timesOn-site parkingResponsibilities as a class teacher:Creating a positive learning environment through professionally planned lessons and classroom displaysUsing imagination and innovation to enhance the learning experience of all pupilsHave control over a whole class and maintain disciplineAdhering to the national curriculumEngage the children in fun and captivating lessons which leave them feeling as though they've achieved somethingChild safeguardingAdhering to school behavioural policyRequirements for the role:QTS or equivalent qualificationsSome experience teaching EYFS, reception KS1 or KS2 classesAn up to date DBS, on the update service speeds the process alongA drive and passion for teaching childrenExcellent communication, organisational and interpersonal skillsBeing able to drive and have access to a car is a great help, but not necessarily if location is within public transportA flexible attitude and willingness to take on challengesIf you want to join Randstad and experience all teaching has to offer, please click apply online, or send your CV to Henry.Coleman@RandstadEducation.co.uk, or call Henry on 0116 208 1110 today
        • nottingham, east midlands
        • contract
        • £130 - £140 per day
        • randstad education
        Despite the ongoing pandemic, teachers in the workforce have bravely committed to following their passion, and teaching the nations children through it all. Though class numbers are smaller, some of our schools are still in need of support as teachers have isolate, and many are beginning preparations for when a full complement of students do return. When that day comes, are you ready to step into the classroom in a new opportunity?I am working with a school in Daventry to look for a KS2 teacher to cover a class between 3-5 days a week, from March 8th 2021 up until the end of the academic year. If this sounds like an opportunity you wish to be put forwards for, please applyKey characteristics to a successful supply teacher are adaptability, resilience, flexibility, and making good use of support staff, great communication skills, and a willingness to experience new environments, all of which will allow you to blend in with the schools own team, support staff, and children. Benefits of Randstad:3 hour robust COVID-19 Awareness trainingA bubble system on supply - you won't be sent across the county, being kept at one or maybe two schoolsOpportunity to work in a range of schools across the countyWorking within a supportive team of staffCareer advancement opportunities'Refer a Friend' scheme giving you the opportunity to earn £300Personal consultant, available at all timesChoose your own hoursCompetitive pay rates subject to experienceFantastic method to gain experience right across the countyResponsibilities as a supply teacher:Creating a positive learning environment through professionally planned lessons and classroom displaysUsing imagination and innovation to enhance the learning experience of all pupilsHave control over a whole class and maintain disciplineAdhering to the national curriculumEngage the children in fun and captivating lessons which leave them feeling as though they've achieved somethingChild safeguardingAdhering to school behavioural policyRequirements for the role:QTS or equivalent qualificationsSome experience teaching EYFS, reception KS1 or KS2 classesAn up to date DBS, on the update service speeds the process alongA drive and passion for teaching childrenExcellent communication, organisational and interpersonal skillsBeing able to drive and have access to a car is a great help, but not necessarily if location is within public transportA flexible attitude and willingness to take on challengesIf you want to joined the supply circuit and experience all teaching has to offer, please click apply online, or send your CV to Henry.Coleman@RandstadEducation.co.uk, or call Henry on 0116 208 1110 today
        Despite the ongoing pandemic, teachers in the workforce have bravely committed to following their passion, and teaching the nations children through it all. Though class numbers are smaller, some of our schools are still in need of support as teachers have isolate, and many are beginning preparations for when a full complement of students do return. When that day comes, are you ready to step into the classroom in a new opportunity?I am working with a school in Daventry to look for a KS2 teacher to cover a class between 3-5 days a week, from March 8th 2021 up until the end of the academic year. If this sounds like an opportunity you wish to be put forwards for, please applyKey characteristics to a successful supply teacher are adaptability, resilience, flexibility, and making good use of support staff, great communication skills, and a willingness to experience new environments, all of which will allow you to blend in with the schools own team, support staff, and children. Benefits of Randstad:3 hour robust COVID-19 Awareness trainingA bubble system on supply - you won't be sent across the county, being kept at one or maybe two schoolsOpportunity to work in a range of schools across the countyWorking within a supportive team of staffCareer advancement opportunities'Refer a Friend' scheme giving you the opportunity to earn £300Personal consultant, available at all timesChoose your own hoursCompetitive pay rates subject to experienceFantastic method to gain experience right across the countyResponsibilities as a supply teacher:Creating a positive learning environment through professionally planned lessons and classroom displaysUsing imagination and innovation to enhance the learning experience of all pupilsHave control over a whole class and maintain disciplineAdhering to the national curriculumEngage the children in fun and captivating lessons which leave them feeling as though they've achieved somethingChild safeguardingAdhering to school behavioural policyRequirements for the role:QTS or equivalent qualificationsSome experience teaching EYFS, reception KS1 or KS2 classesAn up to date DBS, on the update service speeds the process alongA drive and passion for teaching childrenExcellent communication, organisational and interpersonal skillsBeing able to drive and have access to a car is a great help, but not necessarily if location is within public transportA flexible attitude and willingness to take on challengesIf you want to joined the supply circuit and experience all teaching has to offer, please click apply online, or send your CV to Henry.Coleman@RandstadEducation.co.uk, or call Henry on 0116 208 1110 today

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