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Reception Teacher | West London |
Are you are Newly Qualified Teacher looking to kick start your teaching career? Want to work in a nurturing school happy to help you through your induction term? This may just be the opening your after! About the role World Class Teachers are looking to recruit a Reception Teacher to join a popular and friendly
Key Stage 1 Primary School Teacher| West London | September Start
World Class Teachers are looking to recruit a Newly Qualified Key Stage 1 teacher to join a popular and friendly school in the new academic year. Starting in September 2015, placement is for an ongoing basis (approx. 1 year/ longer). About the role This welcoming school based in West London will support NQT’s through their
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. You will be joining a results driven, highly motivated team in our new Brentford office. We are seeking to appoint a
Teaching Assistants Required for Prep School │ West London │ £70 – £80
World Class Teachers are looking to appoint two teaching assistants to start in September 2015 on an ongoing basis (approx. 1 year/ longer) About the School An Ofsted rated ‘outstanding’ well-resourced lovely Independent school in west London Richmond is looking to appoint two teaching assistants join their team in the new academic year – September
Maths Teacher for Secondary School in Hounslow
Are you a Maths Teacher looking for a fresh start in September 2015 with a new teaching job? World Class Teachers are seeking a talented Maths Teacher for a multicultural secondary school in West London for a minimum of one term. About the role The selected candidate must be willing to go the extra mile and
Chemistry Teacher needed for Secondary School in Hillingdon
Are you a Chemistry Teacher looking for a new venture? World Class Teachers are seeking an A Level Chemistry Teacher for a fantastic school in Hillingdon, North West London. This is for a long term position starting in September and continuing through to December. For the right candidate there is a strong possibility of this position
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Supply Teacher Survival Guide: 10 Ways To Earn Money This School Holiday’s•20 July, 2015
As tempting as late nights and no alarms clocks can be, the extended break with no cash flow can be a worrisome time for supply staff. In an effort to help you bring in some extra cash – while still having time to enjoy the summer – we’ve collated a list of 10 ways to
Fun in the sun for both students & teachers these school holidays!•14 July, 2015
Fun Things To Do during the Summer Holidays? Summer holidays are just around the corner and if you’re stuck for ideas we’ve come up with a compilation of fun things to do for both students and teachers. Interesting, educational and fun, enjoy your well earned break and enjoy the best of London in summer.
The Teaching Mind: Mental Skills needed to Teach•19 June, 2015
What Types of Mental Skills does it take to Teach? Teaching is a vocation; a privilege and a responsibility. The ability to impart knowledge while inspiring curiosity is one to be revered. So what are the mental skills required to teach? What attributes do successful teachers have that make them so invaluable? We’ve come up with a list of our most
Why Supply? Teach in London•3 June, 2015
Why Supply? Are you a teacher thinking of getting into Supply work? There are many reasons why teachers choose to take the supply route rather than fulltime placement. Supply Teachers play an exceptionally important role in our society and are imperative to ensuring students get the best education available to them. If you’re thinking of
London in the Summer•28 May, 2015
Summertime and the living is easy… Though it may not feel like it entirely, the summer is fast approaching. From enjoying a fresh breath of air in one of London’s green spaces to a night on the town while the sun is still up, take a look at just a sample of the things to
Teaching Children to Read – the difference between a ‘letter’, ‘word’ and a ‘sentence’.•20 May, 2015
Teaching Phonics – Chapter 2 Learning to read can be a daunting task for little learners. While it is true that their tiny brains act as a sponge to absorb an exorbitant about of information daily, it can be easy to forget that some things we take for granted still need to be taught –