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KS2 Teacher - Redbridge, Long term role- September 2017!

Job Title: KS2 Teacher - Redbridge, Long term role- September 2017!
Contract Type: Long Term
Location: East London, London
Salary: £160 - £180 per day
Start Date: 04/09/2017
Reference: ZFK2RED01_1496678150
Contact Name: Zuri Findley
Contact Email: zuri@astarteachers.com
Job Published: June 05, 2017 16:56

Job Description

Are you a qualified KS2 teacher seeking a new challenge for September?

Do you want the security of a long term role?

Do you want to earn up to £900 per week?

Then this could be the next role for you!

A primary school in Redbridge, East London are seeking a KS2 teacher to start ASAP. This is an on going role until the end of the academic year, all applicants must therefore be seeking long term work.

You will be required to teach a year 6 class of mixed ability children who are currently preparing for their SATS exams.

Applicants must:
- hold a QTS
- have a minimum of 2 years experience working in upper KS2
- have previous experience in SATS preparation

This an excellent opportunity to work amongst some highly dedicated and passionate teachers in an 'outstanding' Ofsted rated school, where you will receive a generous daily rate and additional benefits.

If you are interested in this role please apply directly or send your CV to Primary@astarteachers.com FAO Zuri Findley

Placements are subject to:
-an enhanced DBS or the willingness to apply for one ASAP
-the legal right to work in the UK
-two educational referees


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