KS1 Teacher

Barnsley, South Yorkshire
£153.59 - £211.96 per day

KS1 Teacher for Barnsley Primary Schools – September 2024 Start

Position: KS1 Teacher (Supply Contracts)

Location: Barnsley Primary Schools

Salary: Competitive daily rate

Start Date: September 2024

Are you ready for an exciting teaching adventure?

We are seeking a passionate and adaptable KS1 Teacher to join our dynamic supply team, working across various primary schools in Barnsley. This is a fantastic opportunity to inspire and support young learners while enjoying the flexibility and variety that supply teaching offers.

Why This Role?

  • Flexible Work Environment: Enjoy the diversity and excitement of teaching in different school settings, each offering a unique atmosphere and community.
  • Professional Growth: Expand your teaching skills and experience through exposure to a variety of classroom environments and educational approaches.
  • Supportive Network: Become part of a supportive team of education professionals who are dedicated to your success and development.
  • Competitive Pay: Receive a competitive daily rate that reflects your experience and commitment to high-quality teaching.

What You’ll Do:

  • Engage Young Minds: Deliver fun and engaging lessons that captivate KS1 pupils and foster a love for learning.
  • Adapt and Thrive: Quickly adapt to different school cultures and classroom environments, providing seamless teaching support.
  • Deliver the Curriculum: Teach the KS1 curriculum across core subjects, ensuring that every lesson is tailored to meet the diverse needs of pupils.
  • Create a Positive Atmosphere: Maintain an inclusive and supportive classroom environment that promotes good behaviour and learning.

What We’re Looking For:

  • Qualified Teacher Status (QTS): You must hold QTS and have relevant experience or a qualification in primary education.
  • Passionate Educator: A genuine enthusiasm for teaching young children and a dedication to making a positive impact on their educational journey.
  • Flexible and Resourceful: Ability to adapt to new teaching environments and creatively address the unique challenges and opportunities of each classroom.
  • Strong Communicator: Excellent communication skills with the ability to engage and inspire pupils, work collaboratively with school staff, and interact positively with parents.
  • Commitment to Safeguarding: A proactive approach to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, ensuring a safe and supportive learning environment.

CER can offer you:

  • DBS paid for by CER + update service fee refunded
  • £300 Sign On Bonus if you’re coming to us from another agency
  • £250 Refer a Friend bonus for every education professional you refer to CER
  • Free CPD courses provided by CER’s Learning and Development team

CER Education is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children. We expect all staff to share this commitment.

We are an equal opportunities employer and welcome applications from all suitably qualified candidates, regardless of race, sex, disability, religion/belief, sexual orientation, or age.


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