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Randstad Education is the UK market leader in Education. We have been established for nearly 20 years and we work with 1500 schools every week and our staff support over 135,000 children every day.
Our specialist Primary team have a combined experience with Randstad Education of 24 years and have unrivalled reputation within the Greater Manchester Primary market, taking great pride in the extremely high service levels that we provide to both our schools and our candidates. Our service is honest and efficient and, in addition to our recruitment solution, we offer the opportunity for additional training and development for our candidates. You will also receive personalised career support from the team.
This job has arisen as the school is keen to improve Literacy results in Year 6. You will be working alongside the two Year 6 teachers, working with small groups to raise standards.
This is a two-form entry school, where most pupils transfer from the infant school which shares the same building. The school has earned several awards including Healthy Schools, Artsmark Silver, Activemark, Basic Skills Quality Award 2, Silver Study Support Award, Eco Schools Silver, Intermediate International Schools Award and the Geography Quality Mark.
This job is for a Year 6 teacher and the right teacher will have a proven record of raising Literacy standards. You will have taught small groups of both Gifted and Talented and lower ability children and have experience of creating and delivering Literacy lessons for a wide range of abilities.
- be an outstanding classroom practitioner
- have Qualified Teacher Status
- have the ability to raise standards
- have excellent communication and interpersonal skills
If you have QTS, recent experience of teaching Year 6 Literacy and can start a new position immediately, send your CV and/or call our specialist Primary consultants on 0161 245 3637.
This post is subject to Enhanced Disclosure Procedures and references. Randstad are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children.