Intervention teacher

Job Description

Flourish education are recruiting for a Year 6 class teacher to do a mixture of class teaching and SATS Booster intervention work. This role would be starting after Easter half term and would be up until the may half term initially.

Planning would be in place for this role already and the school are open for experienced teachers or strong ECT’s for this position. SATS experience would also be desired for the role but not a necessity.

Flourish education have worked with this school and the headteacher for a long time and have had strong feedback from candidates whilst also seeing a lot of people go permanent within the school.

Responsibilities of this supply year 6 teacher Job role:
⦁ Teaching Year 6 classes with planning already in place
⦁ Follow the planning left by the class teacher.
⦁ Follow the school’s Live marking policy.
⦁ Build relationships with the pupils, parents and staff..
⦁ Full-time (5 days), long-term role until May 2024

Required skills and experience:

⦁ Qualified teacher status (QTS) ECT are encouraged to apply
⦁ Good subject knowledge
⦁ Experience as a teacher in KS2
⦁ Able to liaise with and delegate other staff.
⦁ A DBS on the update service or issued in the last 12 months.
⦁ Minimum of 2 excellent references required
⦁ SATS experience would be desired

Benefits, culture and company information
⦁ Agency offering a personal and friendly approach.
⦁ Personal CV writing service
⦁ Actual salary of £135 and £175 per day (£25,935 to £34,125 for full academic year)
⦁ Dedicated consultant contactable 24/7
⦁ Free on-going CPD opportunities
⦁ Pension scheme
⦁ PAYE and Umbrella payment solutions
⦁ Holiday pay of 14.36%

The teacher role is based at a school in the central Wolverhampton area and is easily accessed by car or public transport. There is on-site parking for teachers and support staff within the school.

If this sounds like the perfect role for you, please apply now or contact Fraser at Flourish Education.

Flourish Education Ltd is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects every candidate to share this commitment. All candidates are subject to a satisfactory Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check. It is an offence to apply for the role if you are barred from engaging in a regulated activity relevant to children. Flourish Education is acting as an employment and business agency.