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Salary icon £130.00 - £153.84 per day
Location icon Carterton , Oxfordshire

Job role: Supply Teacher

Days per week: 1-5 days per week

Location: Oxfordshire

Your new role:

Thrive Education are looking to recruit EYFS, KS1 and KS2supply teachers to cover PPA throughout the county of Oxfordshire. This will be on either a part-time or full-time basis from February 2024.

This role involves delivering pre-planned work/lessons to a variety of year groups. Due to the nature of this position, this post would be suitable for both experienced teachers and those who have recently completed their initial teacher training too!

Within this role you will also be expected to:

  • Create a positive learning environment.
  • Work cohesively with the regular teaching assistant
  • Effectively manage the behaviour of pupils
  • Show secure subject knowledge to support learning.
  • Follow school policy regarding behaviour management systems.
  • Build relationships with the pupils and staff.

Who are Thrive Education?

"Placing Professionals, not just plugging gaps!’’

Our mission is to use our combined experience in recruitment and teaching to offer a recruitment experience that rises above that offered by our competitors in an already crowded and established field.

Thrive Education is a bespoke supply teaching agency whose key focus is to establish and maintain a genuine partnership between the settings that use it and the staff it places. This approach benefits both the schools and the Thrive teachers as assignments are always carefully matched and well thought out; after all no one gains from incompatible placements, least of all the pupils.

We recognise how crucial it is to take the time to talk to schools in a detailed way to gain a proper understanding of each setting’s unique characteristics, values, challenges, priorities and needs. This understanding is the bedrock of creating successful staffing solutions.

Thrive works with dynamic and highly motivated teachers who are confident they can do a great job in their areas of expertise. Joining Thrive means becoming part of a select team of professionals all sharing the desire to make a positive impact regardless of the timeframe of the placement and feeling valued as an asset within an organisation where quality counts.

At Thrive Education we understand that Supply Teaching is a lifestyle choice, not just for people who 'cannot get a job'. Working for Thrive Education lets you choose what days and which schools you like to work for. So, whether you want full-time supply, or casual work to fit around your current schedule, we can certainly help you!

Required skills and experience:

  • Valid teaching qualification (QTS).
  • A nurturing and caring approach with young people.
  • A DBS on the update service or a DBS issued within the last 12 months. (or happy to aplpy for a new one)
  • 2 teaching references

What you'll get in return:

Unlike our competitors, we will never pressure you into working and will only offer you work where and when you want it, allowing you to fit work around your other commitments, giving you a great work life balance.

You’ll also benefit from:

  • A daily Supply Teacher rate of up to £153.84 per day which equates to £29,998 per annum based on working 5 days a week for a full school year.
  • PAYE payroll (NO UMBRELLA COMPANIES)
  • Holiday Pay at 12.07% for each day that you work.
  • Employers pension Contributions
  • 30 free CPD courses through TES
  • Refer a Friend bonus scheme - £50 per person!
  • Regular contact throughout the registration process and once you are at work.
  • No laborious administration. We complete your timesheets for you and the registration process is VERY straight forward.

If you are interested and would like to be considered for the role, please contact us today on the details provided, or apply today!

Safeguarding statement

Thrive Education is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young persons and must ensure that the highest priority is given following the guidance and regulations to safeguard children and young people. The successful candidate will be required to undergo an Enhanced Disclosure from the Disclosure and Baring Service and qualification checks.

Required skills

  • 1
    PGCE
  • 1
    QTS
  • 1
    TEACHER
  • 1
    SUPPLY TEACHER
  • 1
    PRIMARY SCHOOL

Reference: 52124918

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