Primary Teacher – September Starts

Derby, Derbyshire
£120 - £190 per day
Education and Training
Full Time
  • Are you a qualified primary teacher?
  • Are you looking for full-time work from September?
  • Do you want to work within supportive primary schools?

Here at Career Teachers, we are working with fantastic primary schools located in Derbyshire who are seeking experienced teachers to join their teams from September!

This role will commence on 2th September until the end of the academic year in July 2025.

An energetic, positive attitude can go a long way in a Primary Teacher role. Using a mix of resources to inspire pupil’s study, motivation, and investigation of the lesson topic, you will ensure they get the knowledge, skills, and attributes they need to flourish when they move on to Secondary School and beyond.

Your responsibilities will include:

  • Planning, Preparation, and Assessment
  • Delivering high-quality lessons
  • Providing outstanding support to the children
  • Working closely with the Teaching Assistant

As a Primary Teacher you will have:

  • Sound knowledge of a variety of teaching methods and the ability to design lessons.
  • The ability to communicate with and inspire children of all abilities.
  • The ability to hold a child’s interest and encourage them to be excited about learning.
  • A dedicated interest in child learning.
  • A dedication to creating the best conditions and environment for learning.
  • The ability to work well with others.
  • A flexible and open to change attitude.
  • A commitment to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children.
  • Excellent verbal communication skills.
  • Good organisational skills.
  • A positive outlook and ability to inspire passivity in others.

As a Primary Teacher you will:

  • Plan appropriate and effective lessons ensuring all pupils are learning to the best of their ability. Engaging pupils throughout each class period encouraging them to listen, answer questions and complete set tasks or group work.
  • Plan your lessons to meet the national guidance set out by the Curriculum for Excellence.
  • Keep up to date with changes and developments to the national teaching curriculum.
  • Work with colleagues to plan and coordinate lessons.
  • Set up the classroom, organising visual displays and resources.
  • Using a mix of resources to enhance pupil’s study, motivation and exploration of the lesson topic.
  • Teach whole-class lessons, work with small groups and run practical activities using various learning and teaching strategies appropriate for pupils, lesson topic and objectives.
  • Motivate your class with enthusiastic and creative schemes of work using different methods of teaching, including group work, whole-class work, demonstrations, experiments and play.
  • Direct the work of learning support and Teaching Assistants (TAs).
  • Provide a safe and healthy environment following safeguarding procedures.
  • Attend meetings, parent’s evenings and teacher training programmes.
  • Organise school trips, after school clubs, school social activities and sports events.
  • Take responsibility for the academic progress of each pupil.
  • Consciously set expectations for pupil’s discipline and behaviour in the classroom and around the school.
  • Challenge and rectify inappropriate behaviour following the school’s behaviour policy.
  • Create a classroom environment where pupils can work together to achieve their learning goals.
  • Encourage pupils to research topics themselves, helping and supporting individual pupils as required.
  • Setting assignments, projects, and tests, carrying out continuous assessment, marking pupil’s work and writing reports
  • Carry out administrative work, including keeping a register of pupils, updating records and writing reports.
  • Set and mark homework recording completion and individual pupil progress.
  • Participate in training and development sessions at the school, partner schools or other training organisations.
  • Liaise with parents, senior leaders and external bodies concerning progress, behaviour, child protection and health.

Qualifications/Licences/Certifications

  • 5 GCSEs at grades 9 to 4 (A* to C), or equivalent, including English, Maths and Science
  • An Undergraduate Education Degree Or a degree in any subject and a Postgraduate Certificate in Education or Professional Graduate Diploma in Education
  • Qualified Teacher Status
  • Previous in-school teaching experience.
  • Fluent level of English, both spoken and written.

At Career Teachers, we will soon be inundated with exciting roles starting in September so don’t miss out by leaving it too late! To find out more contact Gemma Crane on 01332 291723 or send a copy of your CV over to gemma.crane@careerteachers.co.uk

*INDDERTEACH*

At Career Teachers we are fully compliant with Agency Worker Regulations, ensuring you receive equal treatment for pay and conditions after a 12 week qualifying period. Please ask for further details.

All quoted rates are inclusive of 12.07% holiday pay.

Important Notice: In order for you to be successful in applying for the above position you should be eligible to work in the UK, or hold a relevant work visa. Safeguarding, quality and integrity are at the heart of what we do. During the application process you are required to:

– Attend an interview in person;

– Give details for us to complete Reference checks;

– Provide an Enhanced DBS disclosure

We are committed to safeguarding the welfare of children and young people within education. We have a policy, as a matter of courtesy, to respond to all applications within three working days. However, because of the volume of applications, we are sometimes unable to reply to individual enquiries. If we have not contacted you within this specified time your application has been unsuccessful on this occasion, we encourage you to please apply for any other position that you may see in the future. Thank you. Career Teachers is a Recruitment Business and is advertising this vacancy on behalf of one of its Clients.

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