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Year 6 Teacher - Long Term Booking - Coventry
Working with Randstad Education
When choosing to work for Randstad Education Coventry you will receive support from a team of education specialists with a combined 25 years of recruitment experience.
We take great pride in the service levels we provide to both our schools and our candidates and aim to build long term supportive relationships at every opportunity. Our service is honest and efficient and, in addition to supporting you in your search for work, we offer the opportunity for additional training and development.
This post is subject to Enhanced Disclosure Procedures and references. Randstad are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children.
We require a primary school teacher for a Year 6 class for one of our schools situated in Coventry . Staring ASAP until July 2013.
This primary school has extremely well behaved pupils who are keen and enthusiastic learners. The hard working, dedicated and very friendly staff are committed to maintaining the high standards throughout the school. The Year 6 classrooms are large, bright and vibrant with wall displays all around. This school is a three form entry school with great facilities to offer.
We are looking for a teacher who is able to make a difference in children's learning and is supportive and interested in developing their talents. You will have highly effective communication skills and a commitment to a collaborative, team approach. Strong interpersonal skills integrity and a commitment to the wider aspects of school life are essential.
If you are interested in this role or any other roles in Coventry please apply today!
*You must have the legal right to work in the UK
*You must hold QTS or a UK recognised equivalent teaching qualification
*This position is subject to an Enhanced CRB Disclosure, Overseas Police Clearances (if applicable) and professional reference checks
*Your CV must cover the last 10 years of employment history where possible and any employment breaks must be explained