Year 6 Interventions - Full Time - Temporary Basis - Wolverhampton, Outskirts of Wolverhampton

ABC Teachers LimitedOutskirts of Wolverhampton
Date posted:
Contract type: Full Time
Salary: £98 - 198 *
Contract term: Supply
Suitable for NQTs: No


ABC Teachers are exclusively recruiting for a full time Year 6 Intervention Teacher on behalf of a succeeding Primary located on the border of Wolverhampton.  

The school are seeking a Teacher with a strong knowledge and confidence of the Key Stage 2 curriculum; whom can use this to deliver adapted, engaging and effective lessons. This is a three form entry Primary and you are expected to conducted booster sessions throughout Year 6; planning, assessing and providing adaptable lesson plans will be expected of you. 

The suitable applicant must hold QTS, whether newly qualified or more experienced Teachers, and ideally have referable experience within Key Stage Two. 

If you are interested in this position, please contact Alice Crouch today on 0121 274 0345 or 'Apply now' to submit your details.

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ABC Teachers are an REC Gold Standard Awarded Education Agency, part of TES. Candidates pay rates are competitive and in line with the AWR policy which means that after a qualifying period, supply teachers can be paid to the comparable scale offered by the school.

We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and expect all staff to share this commitment. All staff will hold an enhanced DBS disclosure (or be prepared to allow us to process one for you), need to provide professional or academic references and attend a face to face interview. A prohibition from teaching check will be completed for all applicants. Telephone calls to and/or from ABC Teachers may be recorded for training, safeguarding and compliance purposes.

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