This is an unmissable opportunity to join a leading primary school based in Waltham Forest! We are looking for a Primary NQT who want to secure permanent class teacher positions starting in July or September 2018.
If you are an ambitious Primary NQT who wants to be fully supported in a top primary school federation for your first job then this is the job for you!
** Primary NQT – Class Teacher Vacancy KS1
** Superb primary school federation in Waltham Forest
** Permanent Primary NQT starting July
** MPS 1 Inner London Salary
** Plus a free MacBook and iPad for each new staff member
The school has a range of professional development programmes available, as a Primary NQT you will join the highly regarded Newly Qualified Teacher programme recognised as ‘Outstanding’ by Ofsted.
Teachers at this primary school are well equipped and have access to superb resources. All teachers are provided with an iPad and a Macbook Air for the duration of their employment period. In addition to Planning, Preparation and & Assessment release time each teacher has additional non-contact days each half term for planning and assessment moderation.
This headteacher firmly believes that every child deserves a first-class education, regardless of their background and individual circumstances, she is looking for a Primary NQT who wants to work in a multicultural environment and help change children’s lives for the better by providing them with outstanding teaching. In return, the school will show a committed approach towards your own development, you will be provided with outstanding training and can expect progression at this school.
If you agree that that this primary school is the perfect place for you to begin your illustrious career in education, then please contact Ben Reeves at EduStaff today for more information. Alternatively click ‘Apply now’ and send your CV to apply for this fantastic Primary NQT post!
Please note: due to the volume of Primary NQT applications, only successful applicants will be contacted.
Primary NQT | Waltham Forest | September 2018