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Receptionist/ School Administrator

A School Receptionist/ School Administrator is required to work at a high achieving College in West London. More details

THE SCHOOL:
The college was founded in 1981 and remains one of the best private sixth form colleges in London. They are located in the popular London borough of Kensington and Chelsea and are an acknowledged leader in the field of exam-orientated education.

The student who attend the college consistently achieve excellent exam results with 50% of the graduates going on to study at Russell Group universities, including Oxford and Cambridge.

School Receptionist/ School Administrator
A fantastic opportunity a arisen for a switched on and highly motivated Receptionist/Administrator to work at an a high achieving College in West London.

The main duties will include:

  • To act as the first point of contact for the school in welcoming visitors and responding to telephone and email enquiries.
  • Ensuring that all visitors sign in and take a visitor badge where necessary.
  • Communicating with parents regarding all aspects of school life, receiving and passing on information, Assisting with all admissions related tasks
  • Receive, sort and distribute all packages, deliveries and mail
  • Ensuring that the reception area is kept smart and tidy and that noticeboards are kept up-to date.
  • To assist with the ordering of stationery, materials and resources and ensuring that stock levels are maintained.
  • General administration duties

Skills required/desired

  • Competency in using IT software and databases
  • Friendly and positive approach
  • Interested in working in the education sector
  • Experience of working with young people or children
  • University degree

To Apply:
To apply for this particular position, please submit your CV via the button below. Should your application meet the selection criteria, you will be contacted shortly via a member of the Thames Teachers team. Thames Teachers will run an initial registration interview to be followed by either an interview, lesson observation or trial day at the school’s discretion. Any offers will be subject to references and relevant safeguarding checks.

Opogo:
We are a fast-growing, efficient and hands-on agency who understands the complex nature of education recruitment. We meet with all of our candidates in person as finding the right fit for both candidate and school is a key focus from the outset. Opogo specialise in daily cover, short-term bookings and long-term and permanent recruitment in both primary and secondary schools across Central and Greater London. For more information about current opportunities, please contact one of our dedicated team members on 0207 2644 919

  • Job Location Kensington and Chelsea
  • Job Salary £22,000 - £24,000 per anum
  • Job Type Permanent
  • Job Type Administration
  • Job Start Date 2 September 2019
  • Job Required Time 5 days per week

Examinations Officer

An Examinations Officer is required to work at a high achieving College in West London. More details

THE SCHOOL:
The college was founded in 1981 and remains one of the best private sixth form colleges in London. They are located in the popular London borough of Kensington and Chelsea and are an acknowledged leader in the field of exam-orientated education.

The student who attend the college consistently achieve excellent exam results with 50% of the graduates going on to study at Russell Group universities, including Oxford and Cambridge.

Examinations officer
The school are currently looking to recruit a switched on and self-motivated Exams Officer to join their successful team. The Exam Officer will be responsible for the smooth running and organisation and school exam.

Key responsibilities will include:

  • Meeting with students upon registration to establish their initial learner profiles in the college’s system
  • Researching and developing understanding of current A-level, GCSE and iGCSE specifications. Maintaining and updating entry code and specification database
  • Organising and administering University Admission Tests for students applying for Cambridge, Oxford and Russell Group universities
  • Collaborating with the SEN (Special Educational Needs) Assessor, SENDCo, college administrator to manage and complete Access Arrangements applications
  • Managing the college’s internal and exam boards’ systems to establish yearly exam entries and timetables
  • Delivering effective communications with students, parents and teachers
  • Planning and coordinating resources from administration, teaching faculties, IT and premises; leading invigilation team to organise and administer internal mock exams, summer exam series and results day

To Apply:
To apply for this particular position, please submit your CV via the button below. Should your application meet the selection criteria, you will be contacted shortly via a member of the Thames Teachers team. Thames Teachers will run an initial registration interview to be followed by either an interview, lesson observation or trial day at the school’s discretion. Any offers will be subject to references and relevant safeguarding checks.

Opogo:
We are a fast-growing, efficient and hands-on agency who understands the complex nature of education recruitment. We meet with all of our candidates in person as finding the right fit for both candidate and school is a key focus from the outset. Opogo specialise in daily cover, short-term bookings and long-term and permanent recruitment in both primary and secondary schools across Central and Greater London. For more information about current opportunities, please contact one of our dedicated team members on 0207 2644 919

  • Job Location Kensington and Chelsea
  • Job Salary £28,000 – £33,000 per annum
  • Job Type Permanent
  • Job Type Secondary Support
  • Job Start Date 2 September 2019

Pastoral Assistant

A fantastic opportunity has arisen for a Pastoral Assistant to join a Good Academy in the borough of Newham from September. More details

The School
This large academy based in the heart of Newham is currently looking for an enthusiastic Pastoral Assistant 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 schools vision and they are committed to the school community.’

Pastoral Assistant
This school are looking for an experienced Pastoral Assistant to support the work of the Head’s of House and to act as the first point of contact for the behaviour systems used within the academy. The Pastoral Assistant will provide administrative support as required for investigating behaviour incidents, recording the outcomes of such incidents and communicating with parents/carers accordingly. They are looking for a Pastoral Assistant to join their team from September and the role will be offered on a temp – perm basis. This role would suit a graduate who is keen to gain school based experience before going on to complete their teaching qualification.

The ideal Pastoral Assistant will:

  • Have experience of working with challenging students, ideally in a Secondary School setting
  • Have good interpersonal and communication skills
  • Have excellent organisational and time management skills
  • Have the ability to work independently following guidance and advice
  • Have some knowledge of working with pupils with SEND
  • Have an understanding of how Pastoral systems work within a Secondary School
  • Have a minimum of 5 GCSE qualifications at C Grade including Maths and English

To Apply
To apply for this particular position, please submit your CV via the button below. Should your application meet the selection criteria, you will be contacted shortly via a member of the Thames Teachers team. Thames Teachers will run an initial registration interview to be followed by either an interview, lesson observation or trial day at the school’s discretion. Any offers will be subject to references and relevant safeguarding checks.

Opogo
We are a fast-growing, efficient and hands-on agency who understands the complex nature of education recruitment. We meet with all of our candidates in person as finding the right fit for both candidate and school is a key focus from the outset. Opogo specialise in daily cover, short-term bookings and long-term and permanent recruitment in both primary and secondary schools across Central and Greater London. For more information about current opportunities, please contact one of our dedicated team members on 0207 264 4919.

  • Job Location Stratford
  • Job Salary £90 - £100 per day
  • Job Type Long-term Supply
  • Job Type Secondary Support
  • Job Start Date 2 September 2019
  • Job Required Time 5 days per week

Interventions Tutor

An Outstanding Secondary Academy in Westminster who are seeking an Interventions Tutor to join their team from September.More details

The School
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 an Interventions Tutor 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 are 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 a true equality and high quality of educational opportunities for all students to excel. As 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.’

Interventions Tutor
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. This successful Academy are looking for an Interventions Tutor to join their team from September. The role will be offered on a temp – perm basis for the right candidate.

Responsibilities:

  • Track the progress of targeted students including attainment, behaviour and attendance
  • Provide in-class support during lessons, working closely with teachers, tutors and other staff members
  • Carry out 1:1 or group interventions when appropriate
  • Assess and evaluate impact of interventions on students’ progress and achievement, and amending work following assessments
  • Liaise with staff to ensure information is shared effectively
  • Liaise with external companies when and where appropriate
  • Analyse student data in order to track progress and plan provision based on student needs
  • Have regular contact with parents and carers to foster a positive relationship with the school
  • Report to line manager on students’ progress
  • Run extra-curricular activities which contribute to student’s aspiration and achievement
  • Work co-operatively with intervention team and others to ensure the success of all students identified as requiring interventions.

The right applicant will:

  • Be Degree qualified (Maths or Chemistry – preferable)
  • Be keen to go on to complete your teaching qualification
  • Have a passion for helping young people excel
  • Have experience working with secondary school aged students (Preferable)

The successful candidates should:

  • Be confident to work with students with a range of Speech, Language and Communication needs
  • Have the ability to lead interventions with individuals and small groups of students
  • Be able to comfortably work in partnership with teachers in a classroom environment
  • Be able to communicate successfully with students, parents and external agencies
  • Be committed to high levels of achievements for all students
  • Be able to work within the daily routines of a mainstream secondary school.

To Apply
To apply for this particular position, please submit your CV via the button below. Should your application meet the selection criteria, you will be contacted shortly via a member of the Thames Teachers team. Thames Teachers will run an initial registration interview to be followed by either an interview, lesson observation or trial day at the school’s discretion. Any offers will be subject to references and relevant safeguarding checks.

Opogo
We are a fast-growing, efficient and hands-on agency who understands the complex nature of education recruitment. We meet with all of our candidates in person as finding the right fit for both candidate and school is a key focus from the outset. Opogo specialise in daily cover, short-term bookings and long-term and permanent recruitment in both primary and secondary schools across Central and Greater London. For more information about current opportunities, please contact one of our dedicated team members on 0207 264 4919.

  • Job Location Pimlico
  • Job Salary £110 - £120 per day
  • Job Type Long-term Supply
  • Job Type Secondary Support
  • Job Start Date 2 September 2019
  • Job Required Time 5 days per week

Graduate Teaching Assistant

An ambitious Graduate TA is required on a full-time basis at a top school in East London for September 2019.More details

The Role:
We are seeking an enthusiastic Graduate with a 2:1 degree or higher who is interested in working as a Teaching Assistant at one of our partner primary schools. School-based experience is not required however a good attitude and a passion for education are essential! You will provide support across Maths and English subjects within the Key Stage 2 curriculum through running small intervention groups. As this is a training school, teacher training opportunities may be available for strong candidates looking to move into teaching. This is a long term and full time role to begin in September and will run for the full duration of the academic year.

The School:
This 2 form entry Primary boasts a very happy school community with excellent relationships between adults and children based on mutual respect and understanding. Rated ‘GOOD’ by OFSTED in 2015, they have a long track record of producing some excellent results in and outside of the classroom. Located close to major tube, DLR and Overground rail networks, the school is easily accessible from North and East London.

To Apply:
To apply for this particular position, please submit your CV via the button below. Should your application meet the selection criteria, you will be contacted shortly via a member of the Thames Teachers team. Thames Teachers will run an initial registration interview to be followed by either an interview, lesson observation or trial day at the school’s discretion. Any offers will be subject to references and relevant safeguarding checks.

Opogo:
We are a fast-growing, efficient and hands-on agency who understands the complex nature of education recruitment. We meet with all of our candidates in person as finding the right fit for both candidate and school is a key focus from the outset. Opogo specialise in daily cover, short-term bookings and long-term and permanent recruitment in both primary and secondary schools across Central and Greater London. For more information about current opportunities, please contact one of our dedicated team members on 0207 2644 919.

  • Job Location Tower Hamlets
  • Job Salary £80 per day
  • Job Type Long-term Supply
  • Job Type Primary Support
  • Job Start Date 2 September 2019
  • Job Required Time 5 days per week

Year 6 Teacher

A growing Primary School in Lewisham is looking for an Excellent Year 6 Teacher for September 2019More details

THE ROLE:
This lovely little Primary School in Lewisham is looking to appoint an excellent Year 6 Class teacher for the new academic Year. This is a long-term, full-time role to start in September 2019 and the school are willing to offer a permanent contract for the right candidate but long term supply is also an option. There is a wonderful team in this school and it is not often they are advertising for new staff. Previous experience with KS1 National Curriculum is an essential criteria for this position however NQT’s are more than welcome to apply! Applicants must hold QTS and an Enhanced DBS registered on the Update Service. Thames Teachers work very closely with this school and many of our teachers love working here!

THE SCHOOL:
This Primary School in the borough of Lewisham is a growing mainstream Primary school near to Surrey Quays station which is easily accessible by the over-ground train and Bus systems from throughout London. There is also a staff carpark and parking on the nearby streets. The newly appointed headteacher at this school has injected many positive changes to improve the work life balance of staff and ensure there is a creative environment for children to learn in. This method of teaching has had amazing results for both mainstream and SEN students. Staff speak very highly about this change in leadership and it has been a breath of fresh air for the school. A new and refurbished building, state of the art facilities and a fun and supportive team ethos help to make this a great place to work!

Who are we at Opogo?
Opogo is an efficient and hands-on agency who understands the complex nature of education recruitment. We meet with all of our candidates in person as finding the right fit for both candidate and school is a key focus from the outset. Opogo specialise in daily cover, short-term bookings and long-term and permanent recruitment in both primary and secondary schools across Greater London.

Here at Opogo, our mission is to transform the lives of those in education by making your working life simpler, less stressful, and more enjoyable with some fabulous perks along the way.

To Apply:
To apply for this particular position, please submit your CV via the button below. Should your application meet the selection criteria, you will be contacted shortly via a member of the Opogo team. Any offers will be subject to references and relevant safeguarding checks.

  • Job Location Lewisham
  • Job Salary £28,660 - £40,372 per anum
  • Job Type Permanent
  • Job Type Primary Teacher
  • Job Start Date 2 September 2019
  • Job Required Time 5 days per week

Year 2 Teacher

Year 2 Teacher Required for Leading Primary School in LewishamMore details

The School:
This is a modern primary school based in Lewisham that is rated ‘Outstanding’ by Ofsted and pupils achieve well above average in all Key Stages even if they begin from a low start. This is one of the highest performing schools in Lewisham and England and has been recognised by the Sunday times on several occasions as being one of the top 500 schools in the country. Many teachers who visit this school comment on the organisation and team ethos that is central to this success. The Senior Leadership team are very dedicated and determined to work in partnership with the community to maintain these high standards. Outdoor learning is encouraged at this school. The school is easily accessible by public transport and there is also a staff carpark for long term staff at the school. This school is proud of their values and fun community environment. This is a multicultural school that is very proud of its ties to the community within Lewisham. This is a very exciting school and one that staff and students are proud to represent!

The Role:
A passionate Year 2 teacher is required for a full time role in a leading primary school based in Lewisham. This is a full time, long Term position to begin in September 2019. There is potential for this role to quickly become permanent for the right candidate but long term supply is also an option. There is a wonderful team in this school and it is not often they are advertising for new staff. Previous experience with KS1 National Curriculum is an essential criteria for this position however NQT’s are more than welcome to apply! Applicants must hold QTS and an Enhanced DBS registered on the Update Service.

To Apply
To apply for this particular position, please submit your CV via the button below. Should your application meet the selection criteria, you will be contacted shortly via a member of the team. Opogo will run an initial registration interview to be followed by either an interview, lesson observation or trial day at the school’s discretion. Any offers will be subject to references and relevant safeguarding checks.

Who are we at Opogo?
Opogo is a fast-growing, efficient and hands-on agency who understands the complex nature of education recruitment. We meet with all of our candidates in person as finding the right fit for both candidate and school is a key focus from the outset. Opogo specialise in daily cover, short-term bookings and long-term and permanent recruitment in both primary and secondary schools across Central and Greater London

Here at Opogo, our mission is to transform the lives of those in education by making your working life simpler, less stressful, and more enjoyable with some fabulous perks along the way.

You will benefit from:`

  • The Opogo Social Hub which is a real and virtual place packed with trending content covering vlogs, and articles all education focused. It is run and driven by industry experts.
  • Our Smart Match Technology effortlessly finds the positions that match your skills, experience and location to the perfect school for you.
  • Access to the Opogo App which is now on Android and iOS to get journey plans, school packs, school facial recognition sign in, timesheet sign-offs, plus many more useful features.
  • Enjoy a FREE Umbrella Service (saving you £600/year), plus thousands of daily rewards through Perk Box: free coffees, discounted gym memberships, cinema tickets, discounted grocery & clothes shopping, discounted fun day experiences with friends and family and so much more.
  • A fantastic Ambassador Programme where if you refer 1 teacher or TA and make up to £300 + an Amazon Voucher! in only 1 term just by recommending someone you know.
  • Job Location Lewisham
  • Job Salary £28,660 - £40,372 per anum
  • Job Type Permanent
  • Job Type Primary Teacher
  • Job Start Date 2 September 2019
  • Job Required Time 5 days per week

Graduate Teaching Assistant – Science or Maths Specialist

A highly sought after secondary school in South London are looking to secure a Graduate Teaching Assistant for a September 2019 start.More details

The School
This large secondary school, located in the borough of Southwark are looking to recruit a Graduate Teaching Assistant 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.

Graduate Teaching Assistant
The school are looking to encourage applications from Graduates with a 2:1 degree or higher who are interested in working as a Teaching Assistant in September 2019 and commencing their career in Education.
Experience is not required however a good attitude is essential and previous experience working with children is held in high regard! The role will be helping to coach and develop low ability children who are currently struggling in specific subjects and help them to raise attainment through 1:1 support.

To Apply:
To apply for this particular position, please submit your CV via the button below. You will be taken to our Opogo webpage where you will need to submit your name and contact details along with your CV. Please complete all pages in order for our specialist consultant to get in touch to discuss your application and progress. Any offers will be subject to references and relevant safeguarding checks.

Opogo:
We are a fast-growing, efficient and hands-on agency who understands the complex nature of education recruitment. We meet with all of our candidates in person as finding the right fit for both candidate and school is a key focus from the outset. Opogo specialise in daily cover, short-term bookings and long-term and permanent recruitment in both primary and secondary schools across Central and Greater London. For more information about current opportunities, please contact one of our dedicated team members on 0207 2644 919.

  • Job Location Southwark
  • Job Salary £75 - £95 per day
  • Job Type Long-term Supply
  • Job Type Secondary Support
  • Job Start Date 2 September 2019
  • Job Required Time 5 days per week

Teaching Assistant – SEND

A highly sought after secondary school in South London are looking to secure a Teaching Assistant for a September 2019 start.More details

The School
This large secondary school, located in the borough of Southwark are looking to recruit a Graduate Teaching Assistant 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.

Teaching Assistant – SEND
The school is looking for an ambitions Learning Support Assistant to join their growing team. The successful candidate will provide daily support to teachers and students and will be expected to run small group activities and 1:1 interventions as required.

The main duties will include:

  • Working alongside the Class Teacher and to use your own initiative to enthuse students’ learning
  • Promote the inclusion and acceptance of all students within the classroom
  • To work alongside the other LSAs in maintaining a stimulating Resource Base
  • To be able to discuss observations of students’ work and assist the teacher in planning for the development of their learning
  • Keeping records of students’ learning and progress and use this information alongside the teacher to recognise achievement and to assist the students in setting targets for further improvement in learning

The school are also encouraging applications from Graduates with a 2:1 degree or higher who are interested in working as a Teaching Assistant in September 2019 and commencing their career in Education.

To Apply:
To apply for this particular position, please submit your CV via the button below. You will be taken to our Opogo webpage where you will need to submit your name and contact details along with your CV. Please complete all pages in order for our specialist consultant to get in touch to discuss your application and progress. Any offers will be subject to references and relevant safeguarding checks.

Opogo:
We are a fast-growing, efficient and hands-on agency who understands the complex nature of education recruitment. We meet with all of our candidates in person as finding the right fit for both candidate and school is a key focus from the outset. Opogo specialise in daily cover, short-term bookings and long-term and permanent recruitment in both primary and secondary schools across Central and Greater London. For more information about current opportunities, please contact one of our dedicated team members on 0207 2644 919.

  • Job Location Southwark
  • Job Salary £70 - £95 per day
  • Job Type Long-term Supply
  • Job Type Secondary SEND
  • Job Start Date 2 September 2019
  • Job Required Time 5 days per week

History Teacher

A fantastic opportunity has arisen for a qualified History Teacher to join a larger than average Secondary School in East London to start in September 2019.More details

The School
This large Secondary School based in the borough of Redbridge are looking to recruit either an experienced or Newly Qualified History Teacher (NQT) from September. The school always strive to ensure that every child receives the support and guidance they need to reach their full potential. Through providing appropriate support, they seek to ensure that every student meets the high expectations that the school sets. They want to provide an environment where all students aspire to be the best that they can be. They offer a rich and increasingly varied curriculum to cater for the wide variety of interests and needs within the school.

Graded ‘Good’ in their most recent Ofsted, it was stated that ‘The relentless drive of the Headteacher and other teachers continues to secure real improvements at the school, which in turn ensures that standards remain high. Students are taught well by dedicated teachers committed to supporting their learning. Behaviour is good and many students show enthusiasm and positive attitudes to learning in lessons – they are polite and respectful to each other, their teachers and other adults.’

History Teacher
By joining this great school, you will not only have the support of a fantastic Senior Leadership Team, but you will also be joining a very large Humanities department. With over 10 staff covering History, Geography and Religious Studies, you will be amongst a great team of people with varied experience. The Humanities Teachers within this school chose to become teachers with the aim of helping their students see the world for all its possibilities and have the tools to succeed. After-school booster sessions are held regularly for GCSE and A-Level classes, as well as extra-curricular activities to keep KS3 students engaged in their learning. There are also a number of trips that take place throughout the year to various museums, as well as trips overseas. The role is to start in September 2019 and will be covering the end of a maternity leave that is due to end at October Half Term. Experienced and Newly Qualified Teachers are welcomed to apply for this role.

To be considered for this History role you must have:

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

To Apply
To apply for this particular position, please submit your CV via the button below. Should your application meet the selection criteria, you will be contacted shortly via a member of the Thames Teachers team. Thames Teachers will run an initial registration interview to be followed by either an interview, lesson observation or trial day at the school’s discretion. Any offers will be subject to references and relevant safeguarding checks.

Opogo
We are a fast-growing, efficient and hands-on agency who understands the complex nature of education recruitment. We meet with all of our candidates in person as finding the right fit for both candidate and school is a key focus from the outset. Opogo specialise in daily cover, short-term bookings and long-term and permanent recruitment in both primary and secondary schools across Central and Greater London. For more information about current opportunities, please contact one of our dedicated team members on 0207 264 4919.

  • Job Location Redbridge
  • Job Salary £125 - £195 per day
  • Job Type Long-term Supply
  • Job Type Secondary Teacher
  • Job Start Date 2 September 2019
  • Job Required Time 5 days per week