A primary school in Erdington is looking for an experienced and enthusiastic teacher to lead booster group sessions on a full time basis.
The schools aim is to give the children the best opportunity to achieve the most they can out of their academic future. The Head Teacher is dedicated to ensuring all staff within the school are providing engaging lessons that displays excellent and extensive knowledge of all aspects of the curriculum. This is not only a high achieving school but a fun and welcoming school to work in with a large focus on creativity in lessons.
The role available would involve five days per week leading intervention groups with groups of Year 5 pupils. This would be to start from September 2018 and would last until Christmas in the first instance. This would be a great position due to the nature of flexibility and the low level of planning required.
If you are interested in this position, please contact Alex Waldron today on 0121 274 0345 or 'Apply now' to submit your details.
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