Accessibility Links

KS2 - Teacher - Spelthone

  • Location: Ashford
  • Start date: 25 Feb 2019
  • Category: Primary
  • Job reference: PE10913318
  • Branch: Surrey
  • Consultant: Patrick O'Driscoll
  • Call: 01483 207 510
Job description
KS2 Teachers Staines/Ashford | Additional TLR available to the right candidates.
Have you been searching for a KS2 teacher position within a supportive and popular primary school in the Ashford / Staines area?
***MPS/UPS Salary Inner London
***Permanent, Full-Time position if required.
***Supportive primary school
***Graded GOOD by Ofsted
***Additional TLRs available
Teacher Specification
These year 5 & year 6 Teacher positions would suit a capable and enthusiastic KS2 Teacher either experienced or NQT. The perfect candidate will be able to encourage imaginative learning amongst their students and show exemplary understanding of the required curriculum.
About the Teacher Role
As a KS2 Teacher your role will involve you joining one of the school's classes as a general class teacher and you will be developing through plenty of training and Protocol CPD programmes. Part of your role will include delivering lessons day-to-day with the full support and help from a Graduate teaching assistant on hand to help you lead small groups of students and 1:1 sessions'. In this post you will be operating in a school overseen by a highly-skilled and enthusiastic Head Teacher who make all teachers feel valued and appreciated.
All applicants require:
Have the legal right to work in the UK
Hold QTS or a UK recognized equivalent teaching qualification;
Be able to provide 2 references, covering a minimum 6 month period within the last year, from senior members of staff who have seen you teach.
Hold or be prepared for us to apply for a full DBS

This school is based in the Staines/Ashford area is looking for a qualified teacher, to provide intervention/group support & also provide PPA/class cover where required for the academic year with the potential for this to carry over into the next year if successful.

This is an excellent opportunity for those with limited (or extensive experience) to gain a valuable academic years work under the management of a very supportive leadership team or for an NQT to join an already established team.

If you are interested in applying for the role then please send an updated CV to posdriscoll@protocol-education.com or call 02089711296 and speak to Patrick O'Driscoll in the Kingston-Upon Thames office.
Similar jobs
  • Primary Class Teacher
  • Category: Primary
  • Location: Waltham Forest
  • Primary Class Teachers Protocol Education are currently recruiting for Primary Teachers to work across the Borough of Waltham Forest on day to day supply. With supply. We are extremely flexible
  • Primary Class Teacher
  • Category: Primary
  • Location: Newham
  • Primary Class Teachers Protocol Education are currently recruiting for Primary Teachers to work across the Borough of Newham on day to day supply. With supply. We are extremely flexible
  • Primary/Middle Teacher
  • Category: Primary
  • Location: Harrow
  • Looking to work within a school that strives itself on academic excellence? Then look no further, we are currently looking for a year 4 teacher to contribute to an excellent school based in Harrow
  • Primary Class Teachers
  • Category: Primary
  • Location: Redbridge
  • Primary Class Teachers Protocol Education are currently recruiting for Primary Teachers to work across the Borough of Redbridge on day to day supply. With supply. We are extremely flexible
  • Primary Teacher Year 4
  • Category: Primary
  • Location: Kensington & Chelsea
  • Protocol Education are recruiting for a Year 4 Teacher to work in Schools in Kensington and Chelsea. Are you a teacher looking for flexible work? Do you have experience teaching in primary schools?
Latest news
10 Ways To Promote Positive Mental Health In The Classroom
10 Ways To Promote Positive Mental Health In The Classroom
Mental Health Awareness Week is a positive move towards dealing with the issues around mental health that have been misunderstood, misinterpreted or
Read blog
15/05/19
Autism Awareness Week: Raising Money Through Art
Autism Awareness Week: Raising Money Through Art
The Key Stage Two and Three students at NAS’s Thames Valley School have collaborated artistically to create a vibrant installation which displa
Read blog
02/04/19
What's The Point Of Poetry: World Poetry Day Special
What's The Point Of Poetry: World Poetry Day Special
“What’s the point of poetry?” said the starling to the bat.” - Michael Palin That line is taken from a poem from the very fi
Read blog
20/03/19
World Book Day Activities For Your School And Classroom
World Book Day Activities For Your School And Classroom
Tomorrow is World Book Day and this is a great opportunity to celebrate reading and books, beyond dressing up for the day… bring a taste of l
Read blog
06/03/19
Erin's Testimonial: Say 'YES' To Opportunities That Come Your Way, No Regrets!
Erin's Testimonial: Say 'YES' To Opportunities That Come Your Way, No Regrets!
• What made you decide to teach in England?I studied in England at the University of East Anglia and fell in love with this country, I felt li
Read blog
05/03/19
View all news

CPD REC Investors in People UKAS