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Job details

Job details
Employer Vision for Education Ltd
Location Newcastle
Contract type Part Time / Full Time
Contract term Supply Suitable for NQTs
Job dates
Closing date Applications are closed
Job starts September 2017


Vision for Education is one of the fastest growing Teacher Recruitment Agencies in the UK. We believe in value for money, both in fair charge to schools and fair pay for our candidates.

We are currently working on behalf of a primary school in the Newcastle area, who require a Key Stage 1 Teacher to work predominantly with children who have special educational needs. The role will commence in September and will involve working full time initially for half a term, but this will change to a 3 day working week from October onwards.

The successful Key Stage 1 Teacher will have excellent knowledge of the National Curriculum and will be able to plan innovative and engaging lessons that will meet the needs of children with a variety of abilities. 

To be considered for the position of Key Stage 1 Teacher you must:

· Have recent experience teaching primary education within Key Stage 1

· Have recent experience of working with children who have special educational needs

· Hold Qualified Teacher Status (QTS) or be a Newly Qualified Teacher (NQT)

· Have a genuine desire to become part of a committed team of Primary Teachers

· Have a passion for teaching with the ability to plan and deliver inspiring lessons


  • Competitive rates of pay
  • Access to a range of free      Vision for Education, CPD (e.g. Team Teach, ASD Level 1, Behaviour      Management, EYFS: The role of the adult, How to get my first teaching      post, Moving and Handling, Closing the Gap: Assessment and Marking)
  • Friendly and professional      Recruitment Consultants
  • Invitations to a range of      social events, allowing you to network and build contacts within the      Education sector
  • ‘Refer a Friend’ scheme

To find out more about this position, please contact Matthew Paul.