Now Education are looking for a KS2 Teacher to teach a Year 4 Class for a Primary School in Sneinton Nottingham. This role is to start after Easter for the Summer term. It is a full-time role however, job share could be considered. You will work in a welcoming community and a highly motivated, professional staff team that are driven towards continuously raising standards.
- Hold UK Qualified Teacher Status or equivalent (ECTs welcome).
- Have relevant teaching experience with KS2 especially Year 4.
- Have a strong understanding and knowledge of the KS2.
- Relevant experience working with young children in a childcare or educational setting.
- Knowledge of child development principles and best practices in early childhood education.
- Strong communication skills, both verbal and written.
- Ability to work effectively as part of a team.
- Patience, empathy, and a genuine love for working with young children.
- Ability to pass a background check.
- Please note that this job description is not exhaustive and may be subject to change or modification at any time.
- Have outstanding behaviour management.
- Have a passion for education.
- Be able to apply for an Enhanced DBS or have a DBS certificate on the update service.
You must have the ability to effectively:
- Create a stimulating and safe learning environment for children to learn and grow.
- Build rapport and positive relationships with pupils, staff and parents.
- Plan, prepare and deliver the KS2 Curriculum as relevant to the age and ability group/subject that you teach.
- Assess and record the progress of pupils’ learning to inform next steps and monitor progress.
- Teach using a wide range of teaching strategies to meet differing learning styles.
- Demonstrate a commitment to equal opportunities and use a variety of strategies and practices to promote the diverse cultural and equality issues in the classroom.
- Use a variety of inclusive strategies to maximise achievement for all children.
- Encourage children in developing self-esteem and respect for others.
- Successfully use a wide range of effective behaviour management strategies.
- Be a positive role model in terms of behaviour, work and attitudes.
- Use an appropriate range of observation and assessment for learning.
- Foster positive relationships with children, families, and colleagues.
- Observe and assess children’s development and progress.
- Collaborate with other educators to plan and coordinate curriculum.
- Maintain accurate records of children’s attendance, progress, and incidents.
- Communicate regularly with parents/guardians about their child’s development and any concerns or updates.
Now Education is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Our policy is clear: there shall be no discrimination on the basis of age, disability, sex, race, religion or belief, gender reassignment, marriage/civil partnership, pregnancy/maternity, or sexual orientation.