Supply Primary Teachers - Brent - £25k

Protocol Education
South Brent
£115 - £145 per day
19 Apr 2017
28 Apr 2017
Are you a qualified teacher looking for work with flexible hours and competitive pay?Are you looking to teach in your local area at the schools which encourage pupil's social and academic development?If you are, then keep reading.We work with primary schools across the London Borough of Brent and currently offer supply teaching roles across the whole borough. Our clients are looking for passionate and experienced practitioners who can bring an engaging and warm atmosphere to the classroom and work well in a team. On top of that, we are looking for individuals who are highly committed and are not afraid to step up when necessary and take on additional responsibilities and duties. What we're looking for is: A Qualified Teacher Status (either a PGCE or Cert Ed.) A proven track of UK teaching experience Very good knowledge of the British National Curriculum and the ability to plan differentiated work. A valid DBS or willing to undertake one. Eligible to work in the UK. Excellent teaching references. Very strong behaviour management skills. Outgoing and warm personality. Willingness to commit to a permanent role for at least a year.In return we offer you: Competitive rates of pay Social nights out with the rest of Protocol staff 250 Referral Bonus for each teacher you refer to us. If you feel this description matches your personality, please contact Kate on 0208 371 7900 or apply online at must work for at least 20 days for Protocol in order to claim the Bonus.We undertake safeguarding checks on all our workers in accordance with the DfE statutory guidance Keeping Children Safe in Education'. As part of these checks, we require a current Enhanced DBS Disclosure for everyone working in schools. If you do not have a valid subscription to the DBS Update Service, we will require you to complete a new DBS application as part of the registration process, at a cost of 44.00. Salary: £115 - £145 per day. Date posted: 05/04/2017