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      • crawley, south east
      • permanent
      • £110 - £190 per day
      • randstad education
      Class Teacher As a primary school teacher, you'll develop schemes of work and lesson plans in line with curriculum objectives. You'll establish relationships with pupils, keeping your learning resources organised and creating a positive learning environment in the classroom. Your role is to develop and foster the appropriate skills and social abilities to enable the optimum development of children by delivering engaging lessons and activities and inspiring curiosity. You'll assess and record progress and prepare pupils for national tests. You'll link pupils' knowledge to earlier learning and develop ways to encourage it further, challenging and inspiring pupils to help them deepen their knowledge and understanding. As a primary School teacher you will; You will have Qualified teacher Status (QTS) Be experienced in delivering the KS2 curriculum in an engaging way Have an innovative and creative approach to teachingPatient and approachable. You responsibilities; Keeping up-to-date records of students progression and learningMarking work completed during the daySupporting with planning and assessment for the children in your classAttending meetings and parent consultations where applicable To be considered for this you will need; To have the right to work in the UKTo hold an enhanced child barred list DBS certificate registered with the online update service or be willing to process a new applicationProvide two professional references, one child related What you will get in return; Free career adviceDBS and School application supportNot quite for you? - Refer to a friend and get £300!!Online diary - streamlining the whole processA dedicated consultant focused on finding you the right roles - Available to help and advice whenever you need. Exclusive roles -The School trusts us exclusively!App-based booking system - See all your bookings in your calendar, log your availability, accept shifts, plan your week all in one place!Support to edit and improve your CV - We will present you in the best possible way maximising your chances of securing your dream role! Come on! If you have got this far, go for it, click and apply. We need to speak! How to Apply; To apply for the primary school teacher position, please send a copy of your CV and a short cover letter by using the apply button provided on the page or to James.ritchie@randstad.co.uk - 01293 527614 KS2, Key stage 2, QTS, PGCE, Year 5, Year 6, Primary, Education, School, Qualified Teacher Status, Hove, Brighton, Burgess Hill, Crawley, Redhill, Horley, Horsham.
      Class Teacher As a primary school teacher, you'll develop schemes of work and lesson plans in line with curriculum objectives. You'll establish relationships with pupils, keeping your learning resources organised and creating a positive learning environment in the classroom. Your role is to develop and foster the appropriate skills and social abilities to enable the optimum development of children by delivering engaging lessons and activities and inspiring curiosity. You'll assess and record progress and prepare pupils for national tests. You'll link pupils' knowledge to earlier learning and develop ways to encourage it further, challenging and inspiring pupils to help them deepen their knowledge and understanding. As a primary School teacher you will; You will have Qualified teacher Status (QTS) Be experienced in delivering the KS2 curriculum in an engaging way Have an innovative and creative approach to teachingPatient and approachable. You responsibilities; Keeping up-to-date records of students progression and learningMarking work completed during the daySupporting with planning and assessment for the children in your classAttending meetings and parent consultations where applicable To be considered for this you will need; To have the right to work in the UKTo hold an enhanced child barred list DBS certificate registered with the online update service or be willing to process a new applicationProvide two professional references, one child related What you will get in return; Free career adviceDBS and School application supportNot quite for you? - Refer to a friend and get £300!!Online diary - streamlining the whole processA dedicated consultant focused on finding you the right roles - Available to help and advice whenever you need. Exclusive roles -The School trusts us exclusively!App-based booking system - See all your bookings in your calendar, log your availability, accept shifts, plan your week all in one place!Support to edit and improve your CV - We will present you in the best possible way maximising your chances of securing your dream role! Come on! If you have got this far, go for it, click and apply. We need to speak! How to Apply; To apply for the primary school teacher position, please send a copy of your CV and a short cover letter by using the apply button provided on the page or to James.ritchie@randstad.co.uk - 01293 527614 KS2, Key stage 2, QTS, PGCE, Year 5, Year 6, Primary, Education, School, Qualified Teacher Status, Hove, Brighton, Burgess Hill, Crawley, Redhill, Horley, Horsham.
      • lingfield, south east
      • permanent
      • £24,000 - £40,000 per year
      • randstad education
      Primary Teacher in an SEN SchoolJob descriptionPrimary Class Teacher, SEN SchoolMPR/UPR London Fringe and SEN Allowance1,265 hours per year, Term-Time OnlyPermanentBased in Lingfield, SurreyWould you like to represent the leader in supporting children and young people with Neurological conditions such as Epilepsy, Autism, and other related conditions? About the JobWe are supporting a school in Lingfield who are looking for a creative, inspirational, and dedicated Teacher, passionate about the teaching and learning, and pastoral care of a class group (primary age) and the delivery of the school's curriculum.Day-to-day, your role will include…Planning and teaching well-structured lessons to meet individual learning needs, using the appropriated strategies to demonstrate and monitor student progression.Ensuring that students achieve in relation to their prior attainment, and make good progress, comparative to their personal needs.Being responsible for the line management of the staff team working with the class group.Offer creative ways to inspire the trust and confidence of students.Support learners to take responsibility for their behaviour by setting expectations and educating on boundaries.We welcome applications from experienced staff as well as those newer to the profession. About YouThe perfect candidate for this opportunity will be creative, inspirational and be able to demonstrate their specialist knowledge in delivering quality-driven sessions to students, in a specialist SEN school.We would also like to see that you… Hold QTS, or equivalent qualification.Possess specialist knowledge of autism, epilepsy, and SLD.Are passionate about supporting vulnerable students and striving for the best possible outcomes for them.Are creative with new ideas to stimulate students.Can be adaptable to changing priorities and working flexibly.Can demonstrate good initiative to deal with challenging situations.Are an engaging communicator, both verbally and in writing, to multiple people.Demonstrate how you can bring teams together and instil and great work ethic.The SchoolThe school is part of a leading national charity working exclusively to improve the lives of children and young people with epilepsy and associated conditions.It is a non-maintained residential special school for 5-19-year-olds. An innovative and creative School for children with SEND, and a large percentage of our cohort have Epilepsy, autism, and severe learning difficulties, along with communication difficulties.The school provides a variety of interactive and inclusive environments, both indoors and outdoors, which support the pursuit of ambitions and aspirations through a whole range of exciting and creative spaces. All children are put at the heart of the learning experience, through providing an environment where everyone can make progress and gain new skills.The school is 'Good' [Ofsted 2017], a Centre of Excellence [IQM] for inclusion and is a member of Challenge Partners [Quality Assurance Review (2019) judged 'outstanding'].To find out more about thsi role, please email paul.hirchfield@randstadeducation.co.uk or call 01293 527416 and ask for Paul. If successful you will receive…Comprehensive training and development opportunities, including CPD routes.Free parking onsite.Subsidised onsite dining in our beautiful restaurant.Perkbox - giving you access to nationwide discounts and benefitsGym membership options (onsite and off-site)An occupational pension scheme.Genuine opportunities for career progression.Brand new onsite accommodation available.APPLY NOW
      Primary Teacher in an SEN SchoolJob descriptionPrimary Class Teacher, SEN SchoolMPR/UPR London Fringe and SEN Allowance1,265 hours per year, Term-Time OnlyPermanentBased in Lingfield, SurreyWould you like to represent the leader in supporting children and young people with Neurological conditions such as Epilepsy, Autism, and other related conditions? About the JobWe are supporting a school in Lingfield who are looking for a creative, inspirational, and dedicated Teacher, passionate about the teaching and learning, and pastoral care of a class group (primary age) and the delivery of the school's curriculum.Day-to-day, your role will include…Planning and teaching well-structured lessons to meet individual learning needs, using the appropriated strategies to demonstrate and monitor student progression.Ensuring that students achieve in relation to their prior attainment, and make good progress, comparative to their personal needs.Being responsible for the line management of the staff team working with the class group.Offer creative ways to inspire the trust and confidence of students.Support learners to take responsibility for their behaviour by setting expectations and educating on boundaries.We welcome applications from experienced staff as well as those newer to the profession. About YouThe perfect candidate for this opportunity will be creative, inspirational and be able to demonstrate their specialist knowledge in delivering quality-driven sessions to students, in a specialist SEN school.We would also like to see that you… Hold QTS, or equivalent qualification.Possess specialist knowledge of autism, epilepsy, and SLD.Are passionate about supporting vulnerable students and striving for the best possible outcomes for them.Are creative with new ideas to stimulate students.Can be adaptable to changing priorities and working flexibly.Can demonstrate good initiative to deal with challenging situations.Are an engaging communicator, both verbally and in writing, to multiple people.Demonstrate how you can bring teams together and instil and great work ethic.The SchoolThe school is part of a leading national charity working exclusively to improve the lives of children and young people with epilepsy and associated conditions.It is a non-maintained residential special school for 5-19-year-olds. An innovative and creative School for children with SEND, and a large percentage of our cohort have Epilepsy, autism, and severe learning difficulties, along with communication difficulties.The school provides a variety of interactive and inclusive environments, both indoors and outdoors, which support the pursuit of ambitions and aspirations through a whole range of exciting and creative spaces. All children are put at the heart of the learning experience, through providing an environment where everyone can make progress and gain new skills.The school is 'Good' [Ofsted 2017], a Centre of Excellence [IQM] for inclusion and is a member of Challenge Partners [Quality Assurance Review (2019) judged 'outstanding'].To find out more about thsi role, please email paul.hirchfield@randstadeducation.co.uk or call 01293 527416 and ask for Paul. If successful you will receive…Comprehensive training and development opportunities, including CPD routes.Free parking onsite.Subsidised onsite dining in our beautiful restaurant.Perkbox - giving you access to nationwide discounts and benefitsGym membership options (onsite and off-site)An occupational pension scheme.Genuine opportunities for career progression.Brand new onsite accommodation available.APPLY NOW
      • crawley, south east
      • permanent
      • £25,000 - £38,000 per year
      • randstad education
      "Teaching is the one profession that creates all other professions.." What do you love most about teaching? Who inspired you to get into teaching? If you have an answer to either of those questions, have a read below and let's talk! Primary School Teacher - September 2022In the heart of Crawley this school has a fantastic Ofsted score, they encourage diversity and deliver a first class educational experience to give the children that first step in mapping out their futures. This school is looking for a dedicated and passionate primary school teacher with KS2 experience who can inspire the next generation. As a primary School teacher you will; You will have Qualified teacher Status (QTS) Be experienced in delivering the KS2 curriculum in an engaging way Have an innovative and creative approach to teachingPatient and approachable. You responsibilities; Keeping up-to-date records of students progression and learningMarking work completed during the daySupporting with planning and assessment for the children in your classAttending meetings and parent consultations where applicable To be considered for this you will need; To have the right to work in the UKTo hold an enhanced child barred list DBS certificate registered with the online update service or be willing to process a new applicationProvide two professional references, one child related What you will get in return; Free career adviceDBS and School application supportNot quite for you? - Refer to a friend and get £300!!Online diary - streamlining the whole processA dedicated consultant focused on finding you the right roles - Available to help and advice whenever you need. Exclusive roles -The School trusts us exclusively!App-based booking system - See all your bookings in your calendar, log your availability, accept shifts, plan your week all in one place!Support to edit and improve your CV - We will present you in the best possible way maximising your chances of securing your dream role! Come on! If you have got this far, go for it, click and apply. We need to speak! How to Apply; To apply for the primary school teacher position, please send a copy of your CV and a short cover letter by using the apply button provided on the page or to James.ritchie@randstad.co.uk - 01293 527614 KS2, Key stage 2, QTS, PGCE, Year 5, Year 6, Primary, Education, School, Qualified Teacher Status, Hove, Brighton, Burgess Hill, Crawley, Redhill, Horley, Horsham.
      "Teaching is the one profession that creates all other professions.." What do you love most about teaching? Who inspired you to get into teaching? If you have an answer to either of those questions, have a read below and let's talk! Primary School Teacher - September 2022In the heart of Crawley this school has a fantastic Ofsted score, they encourage diversity and deliver a first class educational experience to give the children that first step in mapping out their futures. This school is looking for a dedicated and passionate primary school teacher with KS2 experience who can inspire the next generation. As a primary School teacher you will; You will have Qualified teacher Status (QTS) Be experienced in delivering the KS2 curriculum in an engaging way Have an innovative and creative approach to teachingPatient and approachable. You responsibilities; Keeping up-to-date records of students progression and learningMarking work completed during the daySupporting with planning and assessment for the children in your classAttending meetings and parent consultations where applicable To be considered for this you will need; To have the right to work in the UKTo hold an enhanced child barred list DBS certificate registered with the online update service or be willing to process a new applicationProvide two professional references, one child related What you will get in return; Free career adviceDBS and School application supportNot quite for you? - Refer to a friend and get £300!!Online diary - streamlining the whole processA dedicated consultant focused on finding you the right roles - Available to help and advice whenever you need. Exclusive roles -The School trusts us exclusively!App-based booking system - See all your bookings in your calendar, log your availability, accept shifts, plan your week all in one place!Support to edit and improve your CV - We will present you in the best possible way maximising your chances of securing your dream role! Come on! If you have got this far, go for it, click and apply. We need to speak! How to Apply; To apply for the primary school teacher position, please send a copy of your CV and a short cover letter by using the apply button provided on the page or to James.ritchie@randstad.co.uk - 01293 527614 KS2, Key stage 2, QTS, PGCE, Year 5, Year 6, Primary, Education, School, Qualified Teacher Status, Hove, Brighton, Burgess Hill, Crawley, Redhill, Horley, Horsham.
      • lingfield, south east
      • permanent
      • £24,000 - £40,000 per year
      • randstad education
      Primary TeacherJob descriptionPrimary Class Teacher, SEN SchoolMPR/UPR London Fringe and SEN Allowance1,265 hours per year, Term-Time OnlyPermanentBased in Lingfield, SurreyWould you like to represent the leader in supporting children and young people with Neurological conditions such as Epilepsy, Autism, and other related conditions? About the JobWe are supporting a school in Lingfield who are looking for a creative, inspirational, and dedicated Teacher, passionate about the teaching and learning, and pastoral care of a class group (primary age) and the delivery of the school's curriculum.Day-to-day, your role will include…Planning and teaching well-structured lessons to meet individual learning needs, using the appropriated strategies to demonstrate and monitor student progression.Ensuring that students achieve in relation to their prior attainment, and make good progress, comparative to their personal needs.Being responsible for the line management of the staff team working with the class group.Offer creative ways to inspire the trust and confidence of students.Support learners to take responsibility for their behaviour by setting expectations and educating on boundaries.We welcome applications from experienced staff as well as those newer to the profession. About YouThe perfect candidate for this opportunity will be creative, inspirational and be able to demonstrate their specialist knowledge in delivering quality-driven sessions to students, in a specialist SEN school.We would also like to see that you… Hold QTS, or equivalent qualification.Possess specialist knowledge of autism, epilepsy, and SLD.Are passionate about supporting vulnerable students and striving for the best possible outcomes for them.Are creative with new ideas to stimulate students.Can be adaptable to changing priorities and working flexibly.Can demonstrate good initiative to deal with challenging situations.Are an engaging communicator, both verbally and in writing, to multiple people.Demonstrate how you can bring teams together and instil and great work ethic.The SchoolThe school is part of a leading national charity working exclusively to improve the lives of children and young people with epilepsy and associated conditions.It is a non-maintained residential special school for 5-19-year-olds. An innovative and creative School for children with SEND, and a large percentage of our cohort have Epilepsy, autism, and severe learning difficulties, along with communication difficulties.The school provides a variety of interactive and inclusive environments, both indoors and outdoors, which support the pursuit of ambitions and aspirations through a whole range of exciting and creative spaces. All children are put at the heart of the learning experience, through providing an environment where everyone can make progress and gain new skills.The school is 'Good' [Ofsted 2017], a Centre of Excellence [IQM] for inclusion and is a member of Challenge Partners [Quality Assurance Review (2019) judged 'outstanding'].To find out more about thsi role, please email paul.hirchfield@randstadeducation.co.uk or call 01293 527416 and ask for Paul. If successful you will receive…Comprehensive training and development opportunities, including CPD routes.Free parking onsite.Subsidised onsite dining in our beautiful restaurant.Perkbox - giving you access to nationwide discounts and benefitsGym membership options (onsite and off-site)An occupational pension scheme.Genuine opportunities for career progression.Brand new onsite accommodation available.APPLY NOW
      Primary TeacherJob descriptionPrimary Class Teacher, SEN SchoolMPR/UPR London Fringe and SEN Allowance1,265 hours per year, Term-Time OnlyPermanentBased in Lingfield, SurreyWould you like to represent the leader in supporting children and young people with Neurological conditions such as Epilepsy, Autism, and other related conditions? About the JobWe are supporting a school in Lingfield who are looking for a creative, inspirational, and dedicated Teacher, passionate about the teaching and learning, and pastoral care of a class group (primary age) and the delivery of the school's curriculum.Day-to-day, your role will include…Planning and teaching well-structured lessons to meet individual learning needs, using the appropriated strategies to demonstrate and monitor student progression.Ensuring that students achieve in relation to their prior attainment, and make good progress, comparative to their personal needs.Being responsible for the line management of the staff team working with the class group.Offer creative ways to inspire the trust and confidence of students.Support learners to take responsibility for their behaviour by setting expectations and educating on boundaries.We welcome applications from experienced staff as well as those newer to the profession. About YouThe perfect candidate for this opportunity will be creative, inspirational and be able to demonstrate their specialist knowledge in delivering quality-driven sessions to students, in a specialist SEN school.We would also like to see that you… Hold QTS, or equivalent qualification.Possess specialist knowledge of autism, epilepsy, and SLD.Are passionate about supporting vulnerable students and striving for the best possible outcomes for them.Are creative with new ideas to stimulate students.Can be adaptable to changing priorities and working flexibly.Can demonstrate good initiative to deal with challenging situations.Are an engaging communicator, both verbally and in writing, to multiple people.Demonstrate how you can bring teams together and instil and great work ethic.The SchoolThe school is part of a leading national charity working exclusively to improve the lives of children and young people with epilepsy and associated conditions.It is a non-maintained residential special school for 5-19-year-olds. An innovative and creative School for children with SEND, and a large percentage of our cohort have Epilepsy, autism, and severe learning difficulties, along with communication difficulties.The school provides a variety of interactive and inclusive environments, both indoors and outdoors, which support the pursuit of ambitions and aspirations through a whole range of exciting and creative spaces. All children are put at the heart of the learning experience, through providing an environment where everyone can make progress and gain new skills.The school is 'Good' [Ofsted 2017], a Centre of Excellence [IQM] for inclusion and is a member of Challenge Partners [Quality Assurance Review (2019) judged 'outstanding'].To find out more about thsi role, please email paul.hirchfield@randstadeducation.co.uk or call 01293 527416 and ask for Paul. If successful you will receive…Comprehensive training and development opportunities, including CPD routes.Free parking onsite.Subsidised onsite dining in our beautiful restaurant.Perkbox - giving you access to nationwide discounts and benefitsGym membership options (onsite and off-site)An occupational pension scheme.Genuine opportunities for career progression.Brand new onsite accommodation available.APPLY NOW

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