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EYFS SEND TA  

An Early Years Teaching Assistant with experience working with SEND pupils is required to start ASAP at an outstanding school in Newham on a full-time basis from May until July.More details

You will be responsible for supporting children in Nursery and Reception through play-based activities and in-class learning. As the children you will be working with have varying special educational needs, previous experience working with students with speech and language, autism, SEMH, SpLD and ADHD is highly desirable.

Previous TA experience in a London/UK school is essential and applicants must be available to start immediately. Applicants must hold an Enhanced DBS registered on the Update Service and at least one school-based reference.

This is one of the most popular, oversubscribed schools in the borough. Rated ‘outstanding’ the school boasts excellence across teaching and learning in addition to the genuine commitment staff have to the students’ growth and development. There is car parking available and the school is located within a 5-minute walk from a District Line tube station.

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  • Job Location Newham
  • Job Salary £80 per day
  • Job Type Long-term Supply
  • Job Type Primary SupportPrimary SEND
  • Job Start Date 29 April 2019
  • Job Required Time Full Time

Teaching Assistant

An Outstanding Secondary Academy in Westminster who are seeking a Teaching Assistant to join their team ASAP.More details

 This outstanding Academy is highly regarded within the borough of Westminster and having been graded Outstanding in their most recent Ofsted, are looking to recruit a Teaching Assistant who shares their same desire to succeed. The Principal, together with the successful Senior Leadership Team are ambitious for the success of all their students in the broadest sense possible, and they have the highest expectations and standards in all that they set out to achieve. Students benefit from an inspiring and challenging curriculum, and they are provided with a  first-rate level of academic and pastoral support. The Academy is proud of the stimulating, supportive and calm environment they have created – it’s an environment that brings the best out of the students.

Their most recent Ofsted stated that ‘The outstanding vision and leadership of the Headteacher and the staff have ensured true equality and high quality of educational opportunities for all students to excel. An excellent pastoral system and academic guidance together with a stimulating learning environment, has resulted in students feeling safe and highly valued. They display respectful, exemplary behaviour and good leadership qualities – this results in exemplary attendance and punctuality.’

As well as joining a very successful school, you will also become part of a fantastic department. You will be working alongside a very supportive team who work very hard to ensure that each and every student is encouraged to reach their individual potential. You will be required to provide support, at an outstanding level, for pupils, teachers and the school in order to raise standards of achievement for all pupils. You will support the teaching of literacy and numeracy by planning and delivering intervention programmes to small groups.

You will need to have an excellent working understanding of the learning needs of the students with whom you work. This may include liaising with colleagues within the SEND Team, and accessing attainment data and information from EHCP/Educational Psychologist reports. This is a great opportunity to begin your career within education with the opportunity to go on to complete your teacher training within the school. The Academy is looking for someone to start ASAP and the role will be for the remainder of the academic year.

The right applicant will:

  • Have experience of working with children across KS3, KS4 and KS5
  • Have experience of working with children with a range of SEND
  • Have a desire to develop their understanding of SEND
  • Have excellent communication skills, and the ability to plan and prioritise effectively
  • Have the ability to remain calm in challenging situations
  • Be committed to the wider school life and willing to engage in a range of extra-curricular activities

    Please get in touch for more details about the role
    • Job Location Westminster
    • Job Salary £70 to £100 per day
    • Job Type Long-term Supply
    • Job Type Secondary Support
    • Job Start Date 29 April 2019
    • Job Required Time Full Time

    Exam Invigilation

    A number of Secondary School based in South London are looking to recruit a team of Exam Invigilators to join their team for the exam period coming up in the summer term.

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    The school is currently looking to recruit a pool of local Exam Invigilators to work alongside their permanent team on an ad-hoc basis. You will be required to support the Head Invigilator/Examinations Team with the day to day running of the examination rooms. The exam period starts during the summer term so availability from mid-May until the end of June is essential

    The main duties of an Exam Invigilator are:

    • To assist with setting up examination rooms by laying out equipment, stationary and examination papers as per the outlined procedures
    • To ensure that students are directed to their seats in a timely manner, and are aware of possessions permitted in the examinations with them
    • To ensure that students do not talk once they are inside the examination room
    • To invigilate throughout the examinations, dealing with any queries raised by students and dealing with any irregularities in accordance with the school’s policies and procedures
    • Checking attendance during examinations
    • To collect and collate examination papers at the end of the examination in accordance with the school’s procedures
    • To supervise students if they need to leave the examination, ensuring that they do not remove any equipment, stationary or papers from the room

    To be considered for the role you will:

    • Have a good understanding of the school examination process (willing to learn)
    • Have effective oral/written communication skills
    • Have sound numeracy skills
    • Have good attention to detail
    • Be flexible in your approach to work
    • Have the ability to work as part of a team
    • Have the ability to work under pressure

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    • Job Location Southwark
    • Job Salary £68 per day
    • Job Type Long-term Supply
    • Job Type Secondary Support
    • Job Start Date 13 May 2019
    • Job Required Time Full Time or Part Time

    Maths Teacher

    A highly sought after secondary school in South London is looking to secure a Maths Teacher for a September 2019 start.

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    This large secondary school, located in the borough of Southwark is looking to recruit a Maths Teacher for a September 2019 start. The school are committed to their quest of the highest standards possible in education and are unified in their determination that all students will thrive regardless of their starting points or personal circumstances.

    The school was graded ‘Outstanding’ in 2009 and has continued to go from strength to strength ever since. The school has a strong leadership team who work together to ensure both staff and students are supported immensely in order for everyone at the school to thrive. “The strength of the leadership provided by the headteacher, supported by the school’s senior leadership team, is a key element in the school’s improvement and its outstanding features.”

    The school has fantastic transport links with a train station only a 3-minute walk from the school and an onsite car park.

    The Maths department within the school is very supportive and ranges from NQT’s and experienced teachers all working together to maximise the potential of all students. The successful Teacher will be passionate about Mathematics and have the ability to teach Key Stages 3 – 5 Maths.

    To be considered for this Maths Teaching role you must have:

    • Qualified Teacher Status (QTS)
    • PGCE in Mathematics
    • Great experience teaching Maths KS3-KS5

    Please get in touch for more details

    • Job Location Southwark
    • Job Salary MPS 1-6 scale £29,664 - £40,372
    • Job Type Long-term Supply
    • Job Type Secondary Teacher
    • Job Start Date 2 September 2019
    • Job Required Time Full Time

    English Teacher

    A fantastic opportunity has arisen for an English Teacher to work in a large Secondary School in East London.More details

     This is a very exciting time to join this larger than average Secondary School based in the heart of Redbridge. This is a fantastic and fulfilling environment to be a part of, where staff work exceptionally hard to ensure that all students are happy, well-rounded individuals and are all encouraged to achieve their own individual goals.

    The Head Teacher together with the successful Senior Leadership Team seeks to nurture their students’ talents and abilities to help them become confident, mature and responsible as they take a crucial step into adulthood. The school are going through an exciting phase of development and are looking for staff who share their same desire to drive the school forward.

    Their most recent Ofsted states that ‘The Headteacher’s purposeful leadership has energised leaders throughout the school. Pupil’s behaviour is consistently good in lessons and around the school. They are respectful of others and contribute positively to the school’s work and culture.’

    The English Department strives for success in many forms. The English department works very closely together as they feel they are initially involved with the learning process that aims to give status to and value to language and culture that every child brings to the school. They understand that children learn more effectively in situations where they are given regular opportunities to express themselves openly, and where enjoyment is encouraged.

    The English department looks to incorporate active learning for its students, offering a wide range of strategies and resources. You have the opportunity to work alongside a fantastic team of English Teachers, all with varying levels of experience. They work very closely together to ensure that every child is supported and encouraged to reach their personal goals.

    The English department is looking to recruit a qualified English Teacher to join their successful team ASAP. The role will be until the end of the academic year in the first instance. Both Newly Qualified Teachers (NQT’s) and experienced teachers are encouraged to apply for this role.

    To be considered for this English position, you must have:

  • Qualified Teacher Status (QTS)
  • PGCE in English
  • Experience of teaching English KS3 – KS5
  • The desire to become part of a fantastic and supportive team

    Please get in touch for more details about the role
    • Job Location Redbridge
    • Job Salary £125 to £195 per day
    • Job Type Long-term Supply
    • Job Type Secondary Teacher
    • Job Start Date 29 April 2019
    • Job Required Time Full Time

    Music Teacher

    A Music teacher is required urgently for an OFSTED graded Good School, based in East London. The school is fully inclusive and provides a wealth of opportunities for students of all abilities and talents to achieve their full potential. The school is placed the top 1% of all schools nationally with a 2018 GCSE Progress score of +1.13.
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    The School has a scale and depth of facilities that enable staff to specialize in a wide range of curriculum options. Students are able to flourish academically and all our staff is subject specialists. The curriculum includes not only Art, English, French, Geography, History, Mathematics, Music, PE, Science, and Technology but extends to Astronomy, Classical Civilisations, Dance, Drama, ICT, Spanish and much more.

    Located within a 5-minute walk from a popular central line station, this school does not have great transport links but is also a high performing school whose students are well motivated, keen to learn and achieve their potential. The School is highly regarded by the local community and our aim is to work with it, especially its parents and governors to encourage our students to become confident, considerate individuals who will play a full part in society whether locally, nationally or on a global scale.

    The successful teacher with being joining a highly skilled and successful department within the school and therefore the school welcome both NQT’s and experienced Teachers for this role. The role will be teaching Music up to A level and therefore previous experience raising attainment is essential.

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    • Job Location Waltham Forest
    • Job Salary £125 to £195 per day
    • Job Type Long-term Supply
    • Job Type Secondary Teacher
    • Job Start Date 29 April 2019
    • Job Required Time Full Time

    Science Teacher

    A brilliant opening for a Science Teacher at a respectable Secondary School in North West London has arisen to start asap until July 2019. The post would be suitable for an NQT or a more experienced teacher who would like to develop their skills and expertise in a large, well-resourced Science faculty.More details

    This contemporary secondary school has developed a reputation for doing things differently and with good reason. The combination of world-leading Universities and Corporate Trust partners collaborating with talented and ambitious teachers, support staff and educational leaders has transformed provision and opened up remarkable opportunities for our young people and staff.

    The excellent sixth form teaching has been enhanced by the creation of the Science Research Centre. This has allowed the sixth form students to engage and participate with real research through the fantastic science facilities.

    This School received ‘Good’ in every Ofsted category, now moves into its next exciting phase of expansion. Teaching and learning are outstanding. Teachers have very high expectations and use their excellent subject knowledge to plan lessons that almost always challenge and motivate students to achieve their best. Students have positive relationships with their teachers and with one another, contributing to high-quality learning. Students’ behaviour is outstanding. They overwhelmingly agree that the new building gives them a very safe and inspiring environment in which to learn.

    The school has great public transport links and is easily accessible by overground and underground train lines or bus.

    This is an excellent career opportunity for a colleague who is passionate about the entitlement of young people to a rich and varied Science curriculum. Working within a vibrant and highly successful faculty, you will be an outstanding classroom teacher with a passionate commitment to the progress of all students in our fully comprehensive and heavily oversubscribed school.

    Science is an increasingly popular subject at KS4 and KS5 with the majority of students in our expanding academic sixth form studying at least one of the sciences.

    The successful candidate will have an unwavering belief in the potential of every student and do what it takes to ensure that students achieve their best. They should have the contagious enthusiasm for the subject which excites and motivates students.

    To be considered for this Science teacher role you must have:

  • A degree in science with QTS or NQT
  • As a qualified Science Teacher, you should be a creative and enthusiastic practitioner who is able to use all available resources to their full extent
  • Have detailed knowledge of the relevant aspects of the students’ National Curriculum and other statutory requirements
  • Understand progression in their specialist subject(s), including before their specialist age range.

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    • Job Location Brent
    • Job Salary £125 to £195 per day
    • Job Type Long-term Supply
    • Job Type Secondary Teacher
    • Job Start Date 29 April 2019
    • Job Required Time Full Time

    Secondary SEND TA

    A fantastic opportunity for an experienced SEN TA at a ‘Good’ Secondary School in East London has arisen to start asap until the end of the summer term 2019.More details

    This large, oversubscribed secondary school with 6th form in the borough of Waltham Forest, are looking to recruit an experienced SEN TA to start from as soon as possible. The school has consistently been in the top 3 per cent nationally for student progress, has outstanding management and a culture of wisdom, care and trust throughout the school.

    Graded ‘Good’ across the board by Ofsted with an ‘Outstanding’ 6th form, Ofsted stated that students attainment is above the national average and SEN students are well catered for with personalised and effective provision. It also noted that teachers had an outstanding command of their subjects and that “the needs of all students are catered for” in class. You will be joining a supportive school with an inspiring leadership team and great students.The school has great public transport links and is easily accessible by both over and underground train lines.

    This school is looking for an SEN TA to support the schools SEN students both in and out of class.

    You will be responsible for:

  • Working 1-1 and in small groups with secondary students who have varying SEND and behavioural needs
  • Helping raise attainment across Reading, Writing, Maths and English

    To be considered for this SEN TA role you must:

  • Have a calm but firm and fair approach to behaviour management
  • Have a passion for helping young people excel
  • Have experience working with secondary school aged students with SEN
  • Be HLTA qualified (preferable)

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    • Job Location Waltham Forest
    • Job Salary £80 per day
    • Job Type Long-term Supply
    • Job Type Secondary Support
    • Job Start Date 29 April 2019
    • Job Required Time Full Time

    English Teacher

    A fantastic opportunity has arisen for an experienced English Teacher to join a Good Academy in the borough of Newham from September 2019.More details

    This large academy based in the heart of Newham is currently looking for an experienced English Teacher to join their team. The successful Head Teacher together with his very forward-thinking Senior Leadership Team are fully focused on achieving the best possible educational outcomes for their pupils. There is a big emphasis on ensuring that pupils achieve their goals by making sure that they are taught by skilled specialist teachers who really know their subjects.

    Staff are encouraged to plan together and this will involve both teaching and support staff affiliated with each department. There are high expectations of teaching staff to ensure that the lessons they are delivering are of a good standard, as the more engaging the lesson, the more likely the children will behave well.

    Their most recent Ofsted states ‘The staff have shaped an inclusive and welcoming school environment where pupils are safe and feel safe. Teachers typically deliver lessons that engage and motivate students to learn. All staff understand the school’s vision and they are committed to the school community.’

    The school is looking to appoint a talented and dynamic English Teacher to join their large department. The English department is a collaborative and experienced team and achieves strong results at both GCSE and A Level. The team are very passionate about English and have a good reputation for innovation at the school.

    You will be working alongside a team with varied experience and with this in mind, both Newly Qualified and experienced English Teachers are encouraged to apply. The role is to start in September and will be full time for the academic year.

    To be considered for this English role you must have:

  • Qualified Teacher Status (QTS)
  • PGCE in English
  • Great experience teaching English KS3-KS5

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    • Job Location Newham
    • Job Salary £125 to £195 per day
    • Job Type Long-term Supply
    • Job Type Secondary Teacher
    • Job Start Date 2 September 2019
    • Job Required Time Full Time

    Physics Teacher

    A fantastic opportunity has arisen for an experienced Physics Teacher to join a Good Academy in the borough of Newham from September 2019.More details

    This large academy based in the heart of Newham is currently looking for an experienced Physics Teacher to join their team. The successful Head Teacher together with his very forward-thinking Senior Leadership Team are fully focused on achieving the best possible educational outcomes for their pupils. There is a big emphasis on ensuring that pupils achieve their goals by making sure that they are taught by skilled specialist teachers who really know their subjects.

    Staff are encouraged to plan together and this will involve both teaching and support staff affiliated with each department. There are high expectations of teaching staff to ensure that the lessons they are delivering are of a good standard, as the more engaging the lesson, the more likely the children will behave well.

    Their most recent Ofsted states ‘The staff have shaped an inclusive and welcoming school environment where pupils are safe and feel safe. Teachers typically deliver lessons that engage and motivate students to learn. All staff understand the school’s vision and they are committed to the school community.’

    This is an opportunity for you to join a supportive, hardworking and friendly Physics faculty where you will be encouraged to continue your own professional development. You will be joining a team of 15, with varied experience and science specialisms. The Physics department is very well resourced and there is a group of Science Technicians who support the teaching staff effectively.

    The Physics department works closely together to encourage students to develop an interest in and enjoyment of  Physics. They want to help students to understand and appreciate the importance and limitations of Physics. The Science department is looking for a Physics Teacher to join their team who shares the same desire to succeed. They are looking to recruit a Physics Teacher on a temp to perm basis and the position is to start in September.

    To be considered for this Science (Physics) role you must have:

  • Qualified Teacher Status (QTS)
  • PGCE in Physics
  • Experience of teaching Physics KS3 – KS5
  • The desire to become part of a fantastic and supportive team
  • Delivered good/outstanding lessons

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    • Job Location Newham
    • Job Salary £125 to £195 per day
    • Job Type Long-term Supply
    • Job Type Secondary Teacher
    • Job Start Date 2 September 2019
    • Job Required Time Full Time