Wolverhampton has a few educational places to visit. One of these is the Newhampton Arts Centre. The arts centre offers display areas, space for classes, rehearsals and meetings, offices, a theatre and local radio station. Also they offer art workshops to children and students, to develop their art skills. Another educational place to visit is Bantock House Museum, exploring the history of Wolverhampton and its people in the period settings of the former Bantock family home with activities throughout. They offer sessions linked to Art, Numeracy and Maths, Literacy and English, History, Geography and Science.
Do you prosper on creating nurturing relationships with pupils and creating safe and fun learning environments? If the answer is yes you have come to the right place as we will be able to assist you to look for local Primary School Teacher Jobs.
Flourish Education are a West Midlands based teaching supply agency, which works with a number of Primary schools and nurseries within Wolverhampton. Our focus is to develop a devoted network of teaching professionals who will add value to the school’s results and reputation.
Most primary school teaching jobs are in state schools and academies, but you could also work as an independent Primary School Teacher in a range of independent schools and pupil referral units, teaching the subject of your preference. As our supply teaching agency supplies staff, supervisors and teaching assistants who cover all subjects throughout nursery, reception, key stage 1 and key stage 2.
There are many Primary Schools within Wolverhampton which are rated Ofstead Outstanding such as Whitgreave Junior School,Woden Primary School and Broadmeadow Special School.
As a primary school teacher you will teach subjects in the primary national curriculum at key stage 1 and key stage 2. You may teach in a state schools and academies, but you could also work in independent schools and pupil referral units.
Entry Requirements to become a Primary School Teacher
To become a primary school teacher, you’ll need:
Although it is not essential, you’ll find it useful to have some school experience to support your application.
Skills required of a Primary School Teacher
There are multiple skills required to become a Primary school teacher such as the ability to inspire and motivate, creativity to design activities and materials, IT, organisational and planning skills and the ability to manage classes and deal with challenging behaviour.
Your day-to-day tasks may include
As a primary school teacher you will have many tasks to carry out every day. These include planning lessons and preparing teaching materials, marking and assessing children’s work, providing a safe and healthy environment, discussing children’s progress with parents and carers, attending meetings and training and organising outings, social activities and sports events.
When starting out, Primary School teachers range from £22,917 to £33,824. Then as they get more experienced they range from £35,927 to £38,633 and finally when they are highly experienced they range from £39,374 to £59,857. However these figures are just a guide as your salary will depend on many factors including location, responsibilities and class size.
You could move into pastoral care and with experience you could become a specialist leader of education, supporting teachers in other schools. You could even progress into curriculum leader, deputy head and head teacher or you could even become a private tutor.
Primary School teaching can be an incredibly rewarding career, as you can have the ability to inspire young children during the most important years of their life and development. As well as giving them access to good education to be able to progress throughout their lives.
If you feel that you have the skills and qualifications to be a primary school teacher whether it is a teaching assistant, full time or part time teaching job and are looking for local work and support in your next career move, please do not hesitate to contact us on 0330 303 3227.