Moorpark Junior School - Class teacher KS2 (temp maternity)
The New Guild Trust are seeking to appoint an ambitious and energetic teacher to join our committed team to teach in Key Stage 2 from September, 1st, 2021 at Moorpark Junior School.
Do you want to work in a happy school with children who are delightful, eager to learn, a joy to be around and who deserve the best?
Have you got outstanding teaching skills and experience, or the potential to be outstanding if you are not an NQT, and understand how good teaching is the key to making a significant difference for every child?
Are you enthusiastic, motivated and passionate about teaching?
If you are that person, The New Guild Trust may well be the place for you!
As a proud member of the New Guild Trust we know that you will be provided with the highest quality of professional development and support for your relevant stage of career, alongside the highest regard for your well-being and personal success.
You will join a dynamic team of people at Moorpark Junior School who are all dedicated to making a difference through inspiring children and each other to reach, believe, explore and achieve!
Closing date: Midday, Monday, 10th May, 2021
Following successful shortlisting you will be notified on Tuesday, 11th May, 2021
Interviews:. Wednesday, 19th May, 2021
Start date: September, 2021.
Karen Peters (Headteacher)
Moorpark Junior School
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