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        • redbridge, london
        • contract
        • £125 - £140 per day
        • randstad education
        Are you an enthusiastic and energetic primary teacher who can engage children of all abilities? Can you manage your own classroom, resources and deliver cross-curriculum teaching at KS1 and/or KS2? Are you passionate about supporting pupils' development whilst working in a nurturing team environment? If so, this could be the role for you! If you want to join a supportive team with professional development opportunities, apply now by clicking on the "Apply now" link. BenefitsCompetitive salary package Excellent opportunities for professional development and trainingCareer progress with a professional and supportive teamOpportunity to win £300 by referring a friendResponsibilitiesteaching all areas of the primary curriculum with responsibility for the progress of a class of primary-age pupilsorganising the classroom and learning resources and creating displays to encourage a positive learning environmentplanning, preparing and presenting lessons to meet the needs of varied abilitiesmotivating pupils with enthusiasm and energy whilst modelling positive behaviourpreparing and marking work to facilitate positive pupil developmentassessing and recording pupils' learning and developmentproviding feedback at parents' evenings and school meetingsorganising resources and activities across the curriculumworking as part of a supportive team to coordinate schemes of work working flexibly to accommodate changes in the curriculum and attending school events including occasional weekends or eveningsliaising with other education professionals to support children and ensure individual needs are met Requirements and skills Teaching qualification such as BEd/BSc/BA or PCGE with QTSexcellent communication and interpersonal qualitiesgood organisational and time-management skillsenergy, enthusiasm, resilience, commitment, patience, professionalism & initiativeleadership potential and good teamwork ethicsimaginative and creative ability combined with a sense of humourpositive health record and current DBSHave two relevant employment references from education professionalsDoes this sound like you?! If yes, please press 'Apply now' or email Alex at: alex.mcmahon1@randstadeducation.co.uk or call 0161 200 1930.
        Are you an enthusiastic and energetic primary teacher who can engage children of all abilities? Can you manage your own classroom, resources and deliver cross-curriculum teaching at KS1 and/or KS2? Are you passionate about supporting pupils' development whilst working in a nurturing team environment? If so, this could be the role for you! If you want to join a supportive team with professional development opportunities, apply now by clicking on the "Apply now" link. BenefitsCompetitive salary package Excellent opportunities for professional development and trainingCareer progress with a professional and supportive teamOpportunity to win £300 by referring a friendResponsibilitiesteaching all areas of the primary curriculum with responsibility for the progress of a class of primary-age pupilsorganising the classroom and learning resources and creating displays to encourage a positive learning environmentplanning, preparing and presenting lessons to meet the needs of varied abilitiesmotivating pupils with enthusiasm and energy whilst modelling positive behaviourpreparing and marking work to facilitate positive pupil developmentassessing and recording pupils' learning and developmentproviding feedback at parents' evenings and school meetingsorganising resources and activities across the curriculumworking as part of a supportive team to coordinate schemes of work working flexibly to accommodate changes in the curriculum and attending school events including occasional weekends or eveningsliaising with other education professionals to support children and ensure individual needs are met Requirements and skills Teaching qualification such as BEd/BSc/BA or PCGE with QTSexcellent communication and interpersonal qualitiesgood organisational and time-management skillsenergy, enthusiasm, resilience, commitment, patience, professionalism & initiativeleadership potential and good teamwork ethicsimaginative and creative ability combined with a sense of humourpositive health record and current DBSHave two relevant employment references from education professionalsDoes this sound like you?! If yes, please press 'Apply now' or email Alex at: alex.mcmahon1@randstadeducation.co.uk or call 0161 200 1930.
        • redbridge, london
        • contract
        • £70 - £80 per day
        • randstad education
        Are you looking to secure a very rewarding Learning Support Assistant role from January as we approach the end of the autumn term?Do you possess a nurturing nature and a willingness to genuinely make a difference to the lives of young children?If so, then we have the ideal job within the London Borough of Redbridge that we would like to speak to you about.A Primary school that we work very closely with is looking to recruit a Learning Support Assistant on a full time basis, a position that begins immediately after the Christmas holidays.The role involves working with children with autism and Global Development Delay and primarily includes Speech & Language and Intervention.This is a school that prides itself on creating a stimulating learning environment and one where the children look forward to going to every day.In addition, it is recognised that to have a place at the heart of the local community, the school needs to boast a curriculum suited to the 21st century, one that prepares children to one day become pro-active national and global citizens.Some benefits of the role are:An inclusive learning environment and cultureHigh quality resources and outstanding additional support within schoolA school that recognises that good special needs practice is good practice for allThe potential to learn from, and to exchange ideas with, other members of staffWorking with young children can bring a lot of job satisfaction, delight, humour and a sense of achievementChildren are central to all decisions made with regards the support they receiveResponsibilities of the role:Supporting children of a lower learning ability than the year group they are inBeing adept within Speech & Language and/or InterventionDeveloping a rapport with children and utilising an empathetic approachTo support children across all areas of learning with a variety of needs while also allowing them independenceLiaising with the relevant class teachers and SENCO when requiredRequirements of the candidate:To be pro-active, understanding, empathetic and patientA basic understanding of Speech & Language and/or InterventionTo be punctualUnderstanding of SafeguardingAbility to communicate effectively with childrenBeing able to work full time between September 2019 and, potentially, July 2020Having a DBS on the Update Service or the willingness to complete a new DBS applicationThe school is served by excellent bus routes, including those from neighbouring Boroughs, including Waltham Forest.Should you wish to apply or would like more information, please contact Rob Davies on 07940 707 150. Alternatively, please email rob.davies1@randstadeducation.co.uk
        Are you looking to secure a very rewarding Learning Support Assistant role from January as we approach the end of the autumn term?Do you possess a nurturing nature and a willingness to genuinely make a difference to the lives of young children?If so, then we have the ideal job within the London Borough of Redbridge that we would like to speak to you about.A Primary school that we work very closely with is looking to recruit a Learning Support Assistant on a full time basis, a position that begins immediately after the Christmas holidays.The role involves working with children with autism and Global Development Delay and primarily includes Speech & Language and Intervention.This is a school that prides itself on creating a stimulating learning environment and one where the children look forward to going to every day.In addition, it is recognised that to have a place at the heart of the local community, the school needs to boast a curriculum suited to the 21st century, one that prepares children to one day become pro-active national and global citizens.Some benefits of the role are:An inclusive learning environment and cultureHigh quality resources and outstanding additional support within schoolA school that recognises that good special needs practice is good practice for allThe potential to learn from, and to exchange ideas with, other members of staffWorking with young children can bring a lot of job satisfaction, delight, humour and a sense of achievementChildren are central to all decisions made with regards the support they receiveResponsibilities of the role:Supporting children of a lower learning ability than the year group they are inBeing adept within Speech & Language and/or InterventionDeveloping a rapport with children and utilising an empathetic approachTo support children across all areas of learning with a variety of needs while also allowing them independenceLiaising with the relevant class teachers and SENCO when requiredRequirements of the candidate:To be pro-active, understanding, empathetic and patientA basic understanding of Speech & Language and/or InterventionTo be punctualUnderstanding of SafeguardingAbility to communicate effectively with childrenBeing able to work full time between September 2019 and, potentially, July 2020Having a DBS on the Update Service or the willingness to complete a new DBS applicationThe school is served by excellent bus routes, including those from neighbouring Boroughs, including Waltham Forest.Should you wish to apply or would like more information, please contact Rob Davies on 07940 707 150. Alternatively, please email rob.davies1@randstadeducation.co.uk
        • ilford, london
        • contract
        • £70 - £75 per day
        • randstad education
        Graduate teaching assistant Year 3 Class - East LondonA school in East Ham are looking for a graduate teaching assistant. The ideal candidate may be looking to get into a teaching role in the future.It would be to work with year 3 and KS2 children to support the class teacher and cover intervention groupsYou must be able to:* Work for 5 days a week 8:30am-4pm* Commit to the role on a long term basis* Plan with the teacher to support and monitor progress and have excellent numeracy and literacy skills (The school will require you to complete a test)The school will consider applicants who:* Hold a degree qualification or may have taught in this role previously* Have had recent training or a placement where you have gained similar experience* Have experience of tutoring childrenThis would be a great opportunity for anyone looking to become a teacher in the future or for someone who has a strong interest in English and Maths. Training and support will be provided in the first few weeks to ensure that you settle in and enjoy what this role has to offer.The school also has great transport links and parking is available.To apply for this role please send us your up to date CV and one of our dedicated team will contact you to discuss your application. If you are successful at the first screening stage you will be required to attend an interview at your local branch to complete all the necessary compliance checks prior to being offered any work.Alternatively please contact us on 0208 530 0393 to discuss the role in more detail
        Graduate teaching assistant Year 3 Class - East LondonA school in East Ham are looking for a graduate teaching assistant. The ideal candidate may be looking to get into a teaching role in the future.It would be to work with year 3 and KS2 children to support the class teacher and cover intervention groupsYou must be able to:* Work for 5 days a week 8:30am-4pm* Commit to the role on a long term basis* Plan with the teacher to support and monitor progress and have excellent numeracy and literacy skills (The school will require you to complete a test)The school will consider applicants who:* Hold a degree qualification or may have taught in this role previously* Have had recent training or a placement where you have gained similar experience* Have experience of tutoring childrenThis would be a great opportunity for anyone looking to become a teacher in the future or for someone who has a strong interest in English and Maths. Training and support will be provided in the first few weeks to ensure that you settle in and enjoy what this role has to offer.The school also has great transport links and parking is available.To apply for this role please send us your up to date CV and one of our dedicated team will contact you to discuss your application. If you are successful at the first screening stage you will be required to attend an interview at your local branch to complete all the necessary compliance checks prior to being offered any work.Alternatively please contact us on 0208 530 0393 to discuss the role in more detail
        • havering, london
        • contract
        • £130 - £170 per day
        • randstad education
        Are you an experienced ASC Teacher? Do you want to be a part of a supportive team? Have you got a burning desire to help those with additional educational needs? If you find yourself answering yes to the questions above then please apply to be an ASC Teacher in Havering today!We are looking for an ASC (Autism Spectrum Conditions)Teacher. This is to work in a specialist school for young people aged 2-19 with complex needs and with a range of special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) .The school is supportive and offers a safe environment for all pupils to learn and develop in life. Based in Havering, With class sizes of 5 to 6 students and one to one support staff to help deliver child centred learning, you'll have the opportunity to teach Early years to young adults. Some may be very high functioning with ADHD, have challenges with concentration or need emotional support to develop their skills. Your ability to work in a team successfully and share a common vision of helping young people will help you stand out...Benefits for you:Easily accessible with buses and great transport linksLong term placement with the option of a permanent position for the right candidate Free lunchIn house (inset) training providedWhat are your responsibilities?Ensure high-quality learning takes place in all classesBring lessons to life!Manage the support staff in your groupBe a role model to learners with disabilities Think outside the box to produce results What is required?SEN specific experienceQTS or equivalentFull-time availability Child & Adult DBS If you are interested please get back either email me on alex.mcmahon1@randstadeducation.co.uk or ring me on 0161 200 1930.
        Are you an experienced ASC Teacher? Do you want to be a part of a supportive team? Have you got a burning desire to help those with additional educational needs? If you find yourself answering yes to the questions above then please apply to be an ASC Teacher in Havering today!We are looking for an ASC (Autism Spectrum Conditions)Teacher. This is to work in a specialist school for young people aged 2-19 with complex needs and with a range of special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) .The school is supportive and offers a safe environment for all pupils to learn and develop in life. Based in Havering, With class sizes of 5 to 6 students and one to one support staff to help deliver child centred learning, you'll have the opportunity to teach Early years to young adults. Some may be very high functioning with ADHD, have challenges with concentration or need emotional support to develop their skills. Your ability to work in a team successfully and share a common vision of helping young people will help you stand out...Benefits for you:Easily accessible with buses and great transport linksLong term placement with the option of a permanent position for the right candidate Free lunchIn house (inset) training providedWhat are your responsibilities?Ensure high-quality learning takes place in all classesBring lessons to life!Manage the support staff in your groupBe a role model to learners with disabilities Think outside the box to produce results What is required?SEN specific experienceQTS or equivalentFull-time availability Child & Adult DBS If you are interested please get back either email me on alex.mcmahon1@randstadeducation.co.uk or ring me on 0161 200 1930.
        • redbridge, london
        • temporary
        • £70 - £85 per day
        • randstad education
        Are you looking to make a big impact on the education of children with special educational needs? Do you have good experience within SEN in schools? Would you consider yourself calm, caring and consistent? If you you believe you are a 'yes' to the questions above then please apply to be an SEN Teaching Assistant in Redbridge today!BenefitsCompetitive pay ratesOpportunities for CPD and trainingWork with a professional and caring teamChance to win £300 by referring a friendRewarding role with sociable hoursResponsibilitiesAssisting primary children on individual or small group basis to develop their learningOrganising resources and helping class teacher with general classroom dutiesBeing a professional role model to encourage positive behaviourSupporting children's learning with patience, enthusiasm and encouragementEnsuring safeguarding and confidentiality guidelines are met in line with school policy RequirementsGood working knowledge of the National Curriculum and how this applies to children's learning Experience of supporting children in KS1/KS2 and class teachersHave a current DBSHave two employment references, at least one from a school settingDoes this sound like you?! If yes, please press 'Apply now' or email Alex at: alex.mcmahon1@randstadeducation.co.uk or call 0161 200 1930.
        Are you looking to make a big impact on the education of children with special educational needs? Do you have good experience within SEN in schools? Would you consider yourself calm, caring and consistent? If you you believe you are a 'yes' to the questions above then please apply to be an SEN Teaching Assistant in Redbridge today!BenefitsCompetitive pay ratesOpportunities for CPD and trainingWork with a professional and caring teamChance to win £300 by referring a friendRewarding role with sociable hoursResponsibilitiesAssisting primary children on individual or small group basis to develop their learningOrganising resources and helping class teacher with general classroom dutiesBeing a professional role model to encourage positive behaviourSupporting children's learning with patience, enthusiasm and encouragementEnsuring safeguarding and confidentiality guidelines are met in line with school policy RequirementsGood working knowledge of the National Curriculum and how this applies to children's learning Experience of supporting children in KS1/KS2 and class teachersHave a current DBSHave two employment references, at least one from a school settingDoes this sound like you?! If yes, please press 'Apply now' or email Alex at: alex.mcmahon1@randstadeducation.co.uk or call 0161 200 1930.
        • redbridge, london
        • contract
        • £70 - £85 per day
        • randstad education
        Are you a flexible, experienced and caring TA who can support children of all abilities withtheir learning? Can you work as part of a team, assisting with resources, routines and otherclassroom duties? Do you get reward and satisfaction by helping individual pupils achievetheir potential and learning goals?If this sounds like you and you want to join a nurturingschool with training and development opportunities, apply now by clicking on the "Apply" linkbelow:Benefits● Competitive pay rates● Opportunities for CPD and training● Work with a professional and caring team● Chance to win £300 by referring a friend● Rewarding role with sociable hoursResponsibilities● Assisting primary children on individual or small group basis to develop their learning● Organising resources and helping class teacher with general classroom duties● Being a professional role model to encourage positive behaviour● Supporting children's learning with patience, enthusiasm and encouragement● Ensuring safeguarding and confidentiality guidelines are met in line with school policyRequirements● Good working knowledge of the National Curriculum and how this applies tochildren's learning● Experience of supporting children in KS1/KS2 and class teachers● Have a current DBS● Have two employment references, at least one from a school settingDoes this sound like you?! If yes, please press 'Apply now' or email Alex at:alex.mcmahon1@randstadeducation.co.uk or call 0161 200 1930.
        Are you a flexible, experienced and caring TA who can support children of all abilities withtheir learning? Can you work as part of a team, assisting with resources, routines and otherclassroom duties? Do you get reward and satisfaction by helping individual pupils achievetheir potential and learning goals?If this sounds like you and you want to join a nurturingschool with training and development opportunities, apply now by clicking on the "Apply" linkbelow:Benefits● Competitive pay rates● Opportunities for CPD and training● Work with a professional and caring team● Chance to win £300 by referring a friend● Rewarding role with sociable hoursResponsibilities● Assisting primary children on individual or small group basis to develop their learning● Organising resources and helping class teacher with general classroom duties● Being a professional role model to encourage positive behaviour● Supporting children's learning with patience, enthusiasm and encouragement● Ensuring safeguarding and confidentiality guidelines are met in line with school policyRequirements● Good working knowledge of the National Curriculum and how this applies tochildren's learning● Experience of supporting children in KS1/KS2 and class teachers● Have a current DBS● Have two employment references, at least one from a school settingDoes this sound like you?! If yes, please press 'Apply now' or email Alex at:alex.mcmahon1@randstadeducation.co.uk or call 0161 200 1930.
        • ilford, london
        • permanent
        • £57,000 - £65,000, per year, Progression
        • randstad education
        Are you an Outstanding leader looking for your next challenge?Here is an opportunity to join an OFTSED Outstanding high school as part of an academy who will oversee your progression and development. There's so much more for you to learn about this school so please have a look and apply now... Benefits for you:Instantly boost your CV and professional value with this experience Paid to scale Fixed until July 2021 and beyondWhat are your responsibilities?Participate in and carry out Performance Management of designated staffUpdate 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
        Are you an Outstanding leader looking for your next challenge?Here is an opportunity to join an OFTSED Outstanding high school as part of an academy who will oversee your progression and development. There's so much more for you to learn about this school so please have a look and apply now... Benefits for you:Instantly boost your CV and professional value with this experience Paid to scale Fixed until July 2021 and beyondWhat are your responsibilities?Participate in and carry out Performance Management of designated staffUpdate 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
        • ilford, london
        • permanent
        • £50,000 - £57,000, per year, Progression
        • randstad education
        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
        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
        • ilford, london
        • permanent
        • £57,000 - £65,000, per year, Progression
        • randstad education
        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 an OFTSED Outstanding high school as part of an academy who will oversee your progression and development. There's so much more for you to learn about this school so please have a look and apply now... Benefits for you:Free parking on-siteEasy access from local stationsFixed until July 2021 and beyondWhat are your responsibilities?Participate in and carry out Performance Management of designated staffUpdate 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
        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 an OFTSED Outstanding high school as part of an academy who will oversee your progression and development. There's so much more for you to learn about this school so please have a look and apply now... Benefits for you:Free parking on-siteEasy access from local stationsFixed until July 2021 and beyondWhat are your responsibilities?Participate in and carry out Performance Management of designated staffUpdate 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

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