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Reception Teacher - Brent

Job Title: Reception Teacher - Brent
Contract Type: Long Term
Location: Brent, London
Industry:
Salary: £140 - £200 per day + QTS SUPPORT IF REQUIRED
Start Date: ASAP
Reference: EMRECBR01_1489420220
Contact Name: Emily McGill
Contact Email: emily.mcgill@astarteachers.com
Job Published: March 13, 2017 15:50

Job Description

Reception teacher required in Brent- ASAP

Duration: required till end of Dec 2017
Daily rate: competitive
Experience: minimum one year UK teaching experience
Teaching experience : QTS, Newly qualified and Overseas teachers all welcome to apply

A reception teacher is required to start working in a long term role immediately. This is a full time teaching post within a primary school based in Brent.

This is an exciting teaching opportunity in a welcoming school where inclusion is key to the school's ethos. The ideal candidate will have had previous experience in both EYFS and KS1. This role in on going until the end of December 2017.

Candidates must:

* be familiar with the National Curriculum or similar curriculum from overseas
* be seeking long-term, permanent or daily work
* have the right to work in the UK
* have recognised teaching qualifications
* have at least two educational references
* have an overseas police check (if applicable)
* have a current DBS or willingness to undertake one ASAP

If you would like to be considered for this role please apply directly or send your CV to primary@astarteachers.com



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