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Year 5 Primary Teacher – Essex Primary School – January Start
An Essex based school is looking for an experienced year 5 primary teacher (mixed class). This will be a long term role that could lead to a full time position for the right candidate. The school has been an established CofE school for 150 years and prides itself on the family atmosphere it has created. Under
Nursery Nurse – Hounslow Primary School – Immediate Start
We are urgently looking for a Nursery Nurse to work in this very popular primary school in Hounslow. The school are looking for the ideal person to be able to start as soon as possible but would be prepared to wait a few weeks for the right candidate. This is a great opportunity for
Head of English – Independent Preparatory School – West London
World Class Teachers are currently recruiting for a Specialist to Head up their English Department to start in January 2014 for at least two terms for one of our clients in West London. This lovely Independent Prep school is within easy commute of West London including Ealing, Richmond and Hounslow. This is an ideal role
Year 2 Teacher – Primary School Long Term Supply – West London
World Class Teachers are currently recruiting on behalf of one of our lovely schools in West London for a Year 2 Teacher with an immediate start. The school is a pleasant and larger than average Primary school, with a well resourced and supportive leadership team who most recently achieved outstanding in their last OfSted Report.
Year 4 Primary Teacher – Immediate Start – Hounslow Primary School
World Class Teachers are currently recruiting for an excellent KS2 Teacher, to teach a Year 4 class, on behalf of a lovely thriving primary school in the West London borough of Hounslow. The school offers a broad, balanced, creative curriculum focusing on the education of the whole child. Literacy, numeracy and ICT are seen as
Key Stage 2 Teacher – New Free School – Immediate Start – Balham
An exciting new opportunity to be part of a brand new free school opening in South West London. The school are looking to recruit an exceptional Reception Teacher who has extensive experience of working within the EYFS in the UK, and can fully embrace the ethos and values of a free school, and particularly this
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Improve your chances of getting that first teaching jobNovember 6, 2013 · 0 Comments
Improve your chances of getting that first teaching job A summary of key strategies to help to secure a first post in teaching It’s nearly over: you’re within touching distance of completing your teacher training and you’re keen to snap up that critical first teaching post that will cement your role as an educational professional
The Future of Education – The Digital TakeoverOctober 8, 2013 · 0 Comments
The landscape of the classroom changes very quickly in the modern age, fuelled by innovation and technology. Significant leaps have been made from the abacus to the calculator, the notepad to the iPad – making teaching one of the most rewarding and exciting modern careers to embark upon. Electronic learning is becoming one of the
5 ways to keep primary pupils engaged during lessonsOctober 2, 2013 · 0 Comments
It’s a well-known fact that attention spans of children are very short. Opinions vary as to the exact length, but it is generally agreed that a five year old can concentrate for only 10-15 minutes at best, whilst a child of eleven is likely to manage a maximum of 25 minutes. Nowadays, children are used
Starting a Career in Teaching: Everything You Need to KnowJuly 19, 2013 · 0 Comments
So You Want to Be a Teacher Teaching is a rewarding career, and it is a way to make a real difference in the world. Some people will choose this profession right after school, but it is also a career path that you can change to later on. In fact, the life experiences of those
How Interactive Technology Can Aid Learning in the ClassroomJune 18, 2013 · 0 Comments
The last decade has witnessed an explosion in the availability and use of interactive technology in the classroom with a growing focus on embedding IT in teaching and learning. Only ten years ago interactive whiteboards, now commonplace in classrooms across the country, were in their infancy while iPads and e-book readers were unheard of. In
Social Media in Schools: The Do’s & Don’tsJune 11, 2013 · 0 Comments
Impact of Social Media on Schools The first ever email was sent in 1971, but it wasn’t really until 2002, with the creation of websites like Friendster, that social media really began to impact society. This ability to communicate online has led to impressive developments, and it can be a powerful tool for learning. Overall,