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Class Teacher – Part Time (0.4 FTE)

We are seeking to appoint an experienced teacher who has recent knowledge of, and experience in, delivering a primary curriculum with a particular expertise in the teaching of phonics. We are keen to find a teacher who has a passion for inspiring children and a belief that every child can achieve.

A minimum of 3 years’ experience is required. Salary will be by negotiation, related to experience

Advert – PT Teacher Post

Job Description and Specification – Class Teacher

Recruitment Application Form – Firthmoor

Teaching Assistant Level 2

We are currently seeking to employ an enthusiastic, caring and highly motivated teaching assistant to join our team.

You must be a qualified and experienced teaching assistant, who is highly motivated, enthusiastic and committed to developing children to achieve their full potential. Working as part of a team your duties will include assisting and supporting pupils in intervention programmes, 1 to 1 and all group work; assist with the evaluation of learning activities at appropriate levels and; maintain a purposeful and supportive environment.

Advert TA L2

Job Description – TA L2

Recruitment Application Form – Firthmoor

We welcome calls to discuss these roles further, however only shortlisted candidates will be invited to visit the school.  If you are interested and would like further information about the post, please contact Mrs Ann Dixon, Headteacher, on 01325 244001.

All school vacancies that are advertised on our school website are also on:

North East Jobs

Gov.uk – Teaching Vacancies

Please note all successful applicants are required to complete an Enhanced Disclosure & Barring Check (DBS) and a Nationality / Right to work in the UK check.

Firthmoor Primary School cannot be held responsible for vacancy notices on other recruitment websites. The accuracy of terms of appointment, hours and grade are those found here on our website. (e.g. permanent or temporary).

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