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Science Teacher – A Level Science – Any Specialism – Ealing
World Class Teachers are recruiting for an A Level Science Teacher to start in January 2015. The school are able to be flexible on which element of Science you specialise in as long as you can demonstrate in depth knowledge and experience. About the school This is an amazing Secondary school with a strong ethos
Year 6 Primary Teacher – Hackney
World Class Teachers are recruiting on behalf of a popular school in Hackney seeking an experienced Year 6 Primary Teacher. The ideal teacher: – must be a fully qualified teacher with at least a years solid experience teaching in the UK – have experience of teaching year 6 in the UK -
Science Teacher – Outstanding Secondary School – Hillingdon
World Class Teachers urgently need a Science Teacher for one of our outstanding Client Schools in the borough of Hillingdon. The position starts January 2015 for two terms but for the right Candidate will continue on a permanent contract. If you have experience of teaching Science at Key Stage 3 through to A level, live within an easily commutable distance of
Recruitment Consultant – Education Sector – West London
World Class Teachers is a successful London supply teaching agency with an excellent reputation for providing the highest quality candidates and customer service to some of the best Primary and Secondary Schools across London. We are seeking to appoint a new Recruitment Consultant, either a Qualified Teacher, looking to make the move into recruitment or
Outstanding Primary Academy in Tower Hamlets Looking For Key Stage 1 Teachers
World Class Teachers are currently sourcing strong Key Stage 1 Teachers for an ‘Outstanding’ client school, based in the thriving borough of Tower Hamlets. About the school This academy prides itself on the warm yet structured environment it provides its’ students; many of whom come from varied multicultural backgrounds. Community involvement is strong, with parents assisting
Key Stage 1 Teacher Required For Warm And Supportive Primary School In Tower Hamlets
World Class Teachers are currently recruiting Early Years and Key Stage 1 Teachers on behalf of a long-standing ‘Good’ client school. About the school Based in Tower Hamlets in East London, this school is in the process of expansion beginning January 2015; where its’ role will increase from a 1 to 3 form entry. This
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Teaching World War One•16 December, 2014
World War One ideas for primary and secondary school teachers. Today marks the 100th anniversary of a pivotal moment in recent British history – the day of the first German attack of World War One on the British mainland. There will be more key WWI anniversaries over the next 4 years, and teachers of all
World Class Teachers Christmas Party•9 December, 2014
A London Christmas Story It’s that time of the year again, the annual WCT Christmas Party! Last week, we took our supply teachers on a night out on the town. After the success of our last event with Vault London, run by our very own Dan Atkins, why not have another party on a private
Christmas in the Classroom•2 December, 2014
Tips for bringing Winter festivals and Christmas in the classroom. London is the most multicultural city in the UK, and our schools are lucky to have such a wide range of religious and cultural holidays to experience outside and inside the classroom. From utilising Christmas, Hanukah, New Year and other winter celebrations to reinforce skills
‘Tis the Season for Christmas Markets in London•26 November, 2014
Discover our top picks for this winter’s festivities. Whether you are an avid enthusiast of roaring firings, mulled wine and mince pies or are just looking for something free to do in London from now until the New Year, the capital is aglow with twinkling lights from Christmas markets and festivals this time of year.
Stopping and Discussing Cyberbullying•18 November, 2014
Cyberbullying, unfortunately, is all around. We all know cyberbullying is a terrible crime that affects not only celebrities and adults but UK children every day, especially when most children around the world have an online presence through multiple social media accounts. On Monday, BBC News discussed cyberbullying and what schools can do to teach students
Flat Hunting in London: A Teacher’s Guide•11 November, 2014
The London Flat Hunting guide for Teachers. Congratulations! You’ve applied to be a supply teacher in London, procured the appropriate visa and have those flights booked, but now comes the hard part: hunting for a flat in London. As the capital is the largest city in the UK, London has so many flat and house