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Primary Teacher | East London | Tower Hamlets
Are you a talented Primary Teacher living in East London looking for a new and rewarding role ? World Class Teachers have an exciting job for a enthusiastic and experienced primary teacher. About the school: This is a 1-from entry school who caters for the learning of children from many socio-economic backgrounds – a total of twenty-one
SEN Teacher | Waltham Forest
World Class Teachers have an incredible opportunity for a nuturing and passionate SEN Teacher in Waltham Forest. About the school: The school that is offering this position is a SEN school that teaches children between the ages of 3-19 years with complex needs including learning difficulties, physical impairment and sensory impairment. The school’s services are committed
Year 1 Primary Teacher | East London
World Class Teachers have an exciting opportuntiy for a Year 1 Primary Teacher for a nuturing school in Tower Hamlets, East London. About the school The school that is offering this position are an Outstanding school (as rated by Ofsted). The school is renown for it’s excellence in teaching within the borough and they also believe
Year 3 Primary Teacher | Tower Hamlets
World Class Teachers have an exciting opportuntiy for a Year 3 Primary Teacher for a nuturing school in Tower Hamlets, East London. About the school The school that is offering this position are an Outstanding school (as rated by Ofsted). The school is renown for it’s excellence in teaching within the borough and they also believe
Year 5 Teacher | Tower Hamlets
World Class Teachers are currently recruiting for a Year 5 Teacher for a wonderful school in Tower Hamlets, East London. About the school The school that is offering this position are an Outstanding school (as rated by Ofsted). The school is renown for it’s excellence in teaching within the borough and they also believe that every
Year 6 Teacher |East London
World Class Teachers are looking for an enthusiastic and engaging Year 6 Teacher (KS2) for a welcoming school in East London. About the school During their last Ofsted inspection, the school was rated Good in all areas of assessment. The school deeply instils a core set of shared values into their learning environment; creativity, inspiration, achievement,
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Teachers on teaching & how to manage your work-life balance•21 April, 2016
Recent headlines have highlighted teacher’s workload and the amount of stress and pressure they are put under. One article stated that “workload was the top concern, with 89% citing this as a problem, followed by pay (45%), inspection (44%), curriculum reform (42%) and pupil behaviour (40%)”. This experience can be amplified if you are an NQT encountering some
The Nation’s Attitude to Play•9 April, 2016
In the last decade, we’ve seen a whole new world of play emerge, one in which has lead to more screen time and less jumping from couch to couch to avoid the ‘lava’ below. Technology has, undoubtedly, changed the way our children play and interact. The discussion of technology and play is a timely one and
Top Ten Teaching Blogs to Follow•1 March, 2016
Whether you’re a NQT or seasoned teacher, we’ve compiled some of the most inspirational and influential must-follow education blogs. Offering insight and experience, you’re sure to learn a thing or two from these teaching professionals.
The Role of Technology in Education In 2016•22 January, 2016
Technology in Education Technology has changed everyone’s lives, from the way we communicate with our friends to how we shop, work and research important decisions. But has technology truly made it into our classrooms and if so how will this effect education in 2016? Let’s explore the role of technology in education and how it
Teacher Wellbeing: Tips to keep you in top form•13 January, 2016
Teaching is a profession that requires copious amount of energy, stamina and mental agility. Stress in a fast paced, busy job is normal and to some extent expected. However chronic job stress can lead to burnout, characterised by feelings of exhaustion, frustration, tension and/or depression. Taking care of your physical and mental health is crucial to a
What I wish I knew before moving to London•28 December, 2015
Living & Teaching in London – what you need to know Time and time again we are sent enquires about teachers moving to London – from questions about National Insurance to advice on where to live. We got together will our international teachers and asked them one question: What was it you wish you