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|Job Type||Permanent Full Time|
|Sector||Primary PostsPrimary Posts - EYFS Primary Posts - Key Stage 1Primary Posts - Key Stage 2Primary Posts - PPA|
|Start Date||September 2018|
|Telephone||020 8004 3210|
- Primary Lower Key Stage 2 Teacher - (Near Southwold, Suffolk)
Are you an excellent Lower Key Stage 2 teacher?
Are you looking to start September 2018?
Are you looking for a permanent post?
If so, contact Dunbar Education for this excellent opportunity . . . .
- Primary Key Stage 2 Teacher - Year 4
- Permanent Post
- Starting September 2018
- Ofsted `Good` School
From September 2018, our client are seeking to appoint an enthusiastic, committed and inspirational teacher who can join our team in bringing high quality learning to the heart of our community.
They are a GOOD school (Ofsted, February 2018), with dedicated and committed teachers who have created an ethos of high expectations for all children. Their pupils demonstrate excellent learning behaviour, are eager to learn and enjoy being challenged in their lessons. We are now looking for a dedicated professional to join our supportive team in their continuing journey to outstanding.
They work collaboratively with other Active Learning Trust schools to ensure the highest quality professional development and opportunities for our staff and children; this includes the Leading Active Learning Programme and the Active Learning Trust tailored NQT programme.
- have high expectations for all children and can enhance our caring school community
- be a creative and innovative practitioner who can challenge and engage all learners
- be extremely committed to your own professional development and in raising standards across the school
- be an excellent team player who can communicate with all stakeholders
We strongly suggest that you come and see our wonderful school in action; NQT’s are welcome to apply. We look forward to hearing from you.
To apply to this role or for more information contact: Mark Kemsley