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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 is a popular school which enjoys the confidence of parents and carers in the very diverse local community it serves. The school's community has a rich ethnic mix which is represented by the pupils. A small proportion of these pupils arrive at school with no English or speaking English as a second language.
The school works in close partnership with a local family of schools to share expertise and resources and extend training for teachers and managers. The teaching staff work hard as a team to ensure that children reach their full potential both academically and socially. The children are encouraged to develop their own characters and feel valued as individuals, fostering a sense of worth and self esteem.
This job is for a Year 5 teacher and the right teacher will have taught all aspects of the Key Stage 2 National Curriculum. You will be joining a school where 'Every Child Matters' and lessons are planned to be appropriately differentiated and delivered at a pace to keep all children engaged.
If you have QTS, recent experience of teaching in Key Stage 2 and can start a new position straight after the Easter holidays, 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.