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        • harrow, london
        • permanent
        • £45,000 - £80,000, per year, Progression
        • randstad education
        What kind of a leader are you? If you lead by example and expect nothing short of greatness from your pupils and staff then please keep reading.As a multi cultural Outstanding school in North West London, this secondary school is innovative in their approach and take the well-being of their students and staff seriously. They're looking for someone who wants to teach at Key Stages 3 and 4 and develop skills at teaching at A Levels too. Your approach and style to teaching Philosophy would be respected and your career here would be fully developed with CPD.Benefits for you:CPD support in pursuing additional qualificationsPaid to scale plus TLR2AStart January 2021What are your responsibilities?Raise attainment and examination results across Key Stages 3 to 5Teach PSHCEMeet the professional development needs of all staffSupport the Directors of Learning, Tutors and members of the SLT in the maintenance of good behaviour and disciplineEstablish, develop and support further links with teacher training institutionsLead and manage the relevant Director of Learning in preparing and managing the staff induction programme and acting as a mentor for new staffWhat is required?Leadership experiencePhilosophy subject expertQTS If you have the experience and want to challenge yourself further, please get in touch. After telephone application, you'll be forwarded for the selection process.Sandip Ghattaora 0203 870 635507920 523 613Recruitment Specialist London
        What kind of a leader are you? If you lead by example and expect nothing short of greatness from your pupils and staff then please keep reading.As a multi cultural Outstanding school in North West London, this secondary school is innovative in their approach and take the well-being of their students and staff seriously. They're looking for someone who wants to teach at Key Stages 3 and 4 and develop skills at teaching at A Levels too. Your approach and style to teaching Philosophy would be respected and your career here would be fully developed with CPD.Benefits for you:CPD support in pursuing additional qualificationsPaid to scale plus TLR2AStart January 2021What are your responsibilities?Raise attainment and examination results across Key Stages 3 to 5Teach PSHCEMeet the professional development needs of all staffSupport the Directors of Learning, Tutors and members of the SLT in the maintenance of good behaviour and disciplineEstablish, develop and support further links with teacher training institutionsLead and manage the relevant Director of Learning in preparing and managing the staff induction programme and acting as a mentor for new staffWhat is required?Leadership experiencePhilosophy subject expertQTS If you have the experience and want to challenge yourself further, please get in touch. After telephone application, you'll be forwarded for the selection process.Sandip Ghattaora 0203 870 635507920 523 613Recruitment Specialist London
        • wood green, london
        • permanent
        • £50,000 - £57,000, per year, Progression
        • randstad education
        What kind of a leader are you? If you lead by example and expect nothing short of greatness from your pupils and staff then please keep reading.Here is an opportunity to join a trust who will oversee your progression and development. The children at these schools have complex learning needs such as ASD, PMLD or mental health diagnosis and have a passionate staffing team overseeing their education. Benefits for you:Free parking on-siteEasy access from local stationsLeadership progression as part of the trustWhat are your responsibilities?Creating and monitoring EHC plans and provision maps with class teachers and learning support assistantsAnnual reviews.Participate in and carry out Performance Management of designated staffLiaise with the Educational Psychology service and other specialist and support agenciesUpdate the head teacher and governing body on the effectiveness of provision for specified groups within the schoolKeep parents informed about their child's progress through individual meetings and at parents' eveningsTo attend appropriate training, CPD and conferences and provide feedback to colleagues.To keep abreast of developments in SEND (e.g. research, changes to the law) and inform staff and Governors as necessaryTo be aware of and update colleagues, as appropriate to comply with current legislation and policies affecting practice, e.g. Children's ActTo support staff with positive behaviour managementTo work strategically with the Academy Council, Headteacher and Deputy Headteacher in the future growth of the schoolWhat is required?Qualified Teacher Status with outstanding leadership experience Knowledge of curriculum and demonstrated ability to support and develop staff and studentsExcellent ambition and people skills If you have the experience and want to challenge yourself further, please get in touch. After telephone application, you'll be forwarded for selection.Sandip Ghattaora0203 870 635507920 523 613Recruitment Specialist London
        What kind of a leader are you? If you lead by example and expect nothing short of greatness from your pupils and staff then please keep reading.Here is an opportunity to join a trust who will oversee your progression and development. The children at these schools have complex learning needs such as ASD, PMLD or mental health diagnosis and have a passionate staffing team overseeing their education. Benefits for you:Free parking on-siteEasy access from local stationsLeadership progression as part of the trustWhat are your responsibilities?Creating and monitoring EHC plans and provision maps with class teachers and learning support assistantsAnnual reviews.Participate in and carry out Performance Management of designated staffLiaise with the Educational Psychology service and other specialist and support agenciesUpdate the head teacher and governing body on the effectiveness of provision for specified groups within the schoolKeep parents informed about their child's progress through individual meetings and at parents' eveningsTo attend appropriate training, CPD and conferences and provide feedback to colleagues.To keep abreast of developments in SEND (e.g. research, changes to the law) and inform staff and Governors as necessaryTo be aware of and update colleagues, as appropriate to comply with current legislation and policies affecting practice, e.g. Children's ActTo support staff with positive behaviour managementTo work strategically with the Academy Council, Headteacher and Deputy Headteacher in the future growth of the schoolWhat is required?Qualified Teacher Status with outstanding leadership experience Knowledge of curriculum and demonstrated ability to support and develop staff and studentsExcellent ambition and people skills If you have the experience and want to challenge yourself further, please get in touch. After telephone application, you'll be forwarded for selection.Sandip Ghattaora0203 870 635507920 523 613Recruitment Specialist London
        • camden, london
        • contract
        • £18.00 - £20.00 per hour
        • randstad education
        Are you a qualified Teacher or Tutor available for tuition with immediate effect?Are you looking for a flexible approach to tutoring within a Primary school?If the answer is 'yes' to either of the above, then we have opportunities available in North London that we would like to speak to you about.A Primary school is looking to recruit tutors, specifically for Year 5 and Year 6, for English (primarily a Reading and Writing tutor) and Maths. These roles comprise working with students on either a 1:1 or 1:3 ratio and will be either face to face or online, depending on whichever best suits the school and/or the student.Every decision the school makes has the children at heart and this ethos has enhanced the sense of community that permeates the school.Benefits of the role are:Making a genuine difference as students catch up on learning lost during the first lockdown periodBeing inspirational!A school that promotes self-worthThe flexibility of part-time working hoursThe opportunity to bring innovative ideas while still adhering to the curriculumResponsibilities of the role include:Adhering to the national curriculumPlanning and preparation of workProviding pupils with necessary feedback, encouragement and supportTo deal sensitively with parents' concerns, should they ariseRequirements of the candidate:You will need to hold UK QTS or have significant experience as a TutorBeing able to demonstrate the ability to raise standardsTo possess effective classroom management strategiesHaving a DBS already on the Update Service or the willingness to complete a new DBS applicationAbility to communicate effectively with othersShould you wish to apply or would like more information, please contact Rob Davies on 07940 707 150. Alternatively, you can email me at rob.davies1@randstadeducation.co.uk
        Are you a qualified Teacher or Tutor available for tuition with immediate effect?Are you looking for a flexible approach to tutoring within a Primary school?If the answer is 'yes' to either of the above, then we have opportunities available in North London that we would like to speak to you about.A Primary school is looking to recruit tutors, specifically for Year 5 and Year 6, for English (primarily a Reading and Writing tutor) and Maths. These roles comprise working with students on either a 1:1 or 1:3 ratio and will be either face to face or online, depending on whichever best suits the school and/or the student.Every decision the school makes has the children at heart and this ethos has enhanced the sense of community that permeates the school.Benefits of the role are:Making a genuine difference as students catch up on learning lost during the first lockdown periodBeing inspirational!A school that promotes self-worthThe flexibility of part-time working hoursThe opportunity to bring innovative ideas while still adhering to the curriculumResponsibilities of the role include:Adhering to the national curriculumPlanning and preparation of workProviding pupils with necessary feedback, encouragement and supportTo deal sensitively with parents' concerns, should they ariseRequirements of the candidate:You will need to hold UK QTS or have significant experience as a TutorBeing able to demonstrate the ability to raise standardsTo possess effective classroom management strategiesHaving a DBS already on the Update Service or the willingness to complete a new DBS applicationAbility to communicate effectively with othersShould you wish to apply or would like more information, please contact Rob Davies on 07940 707 150. Alternatively, you can email me at rob.davies1@randstadeducation.co.uk

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