One of our esteemed primary schools in Radford, Nottingham require a skilled Year 3 Teacher to start at the beginning of January for a full time role which will continue for 1 academic year, with the possibility of going permanent for the right candidate. This well-led school is extremely warm and welcoming, with a positive atmosphere and polite students. They also have supportive staff, including a great Headteacher.
We would love to receive applications from education professionals with a wealth of experience in KS2 and a sound knowledge of the current curriculum. You will also need to be extremely committed and reliable as the school have high standards and would like consistency for their pupils who are eager to learn and succeed. Furthermore, you will need to have a recognised teaching qualification, QTS and UK classroom teaching experience.
If successful, you will be teaching a class of enthusiastic year 3 pupils 5 days per week. The role will include planning, preparing and presenting lessons that cater for the needs of the whole ability range within their class, and may also include the following:
- organising the classroom and learning resources, and creating displays to encourage a positive learning environment;
- motivating pupils with enthusiastic, imaginative presentation;
- maintaining discipline, whilst following the schools individual policies and procedures;
- preparing and marking work to facilitate positive pupil development;
- meeting requirements for the assessment and recording of pupils' development;
- providing feedback to parents and carers on a pupil's progress at parents' evenings and other meetings;
- coordinating activities and resources within a specific area of the curriculum, and supporting colleagues in the delivery of this specialist area;
- working with others to plan and coordinate work;
- keeping up to date with changes and developments in the structure of the curriculum;
- organising and taking part in school events, outings and activities which may take place at weekends or in the evening;
- liaising with colleagues and working flexibly, particularly in smaller schools;
- working with parents and school governors (in England, Northern Ireland and Wales) or School Boards (in Scotland) to maximise their involvement in the school and the development of resources for the school;
- meeting with other professionals such as education welfare officers and educational psychologists, if required.
If you are interested in this role and feel you are suitable, please send your current cv for consideration.