Specialist Teachers PPA
An important area of our work is supplying specialist teaching staff in schools. This allows schools to cover classroom teachers while they take their PPA time (planning, preparation and assessment) while simultaneously ring-fencing certain areas of the curriculum to relinquish their staff from full curriculum responsibilities. This is obviously a popular model for primary schools and it also works for us as our specialist teachers will then teach after-school clubs at the school.
What does the role look like?
Specialist teachers work in schools from around 8:30am - 4:30pm. They provide specialist lessons in our subjects, which include: ICT, Science and English to all ages of primary school children. They will typically repeat the lesson to several classes within the same year groups which reduces the amount of planning time the teacher will need to do. Other responsibilities include, but are not limited to: playtime duties, after-school clubs and school trips.
Teachers will need to use their personality and teaching skills to make lessons fun and exciting and yet calm and orderly. The role would be ideal for individuals with a strong presence, high expectations of children, a professional demeanor and bags of charisma.
Location: ICT teacher in Walthamstow.
Contract: Full or Part time
Pay: £120 per day
Qualifications and Experience
We’re ideally looking for graduates with at least 2 year’s experience of working with groups of children in a school setting. Specific subject knowledge and teacher training is a favourable advantage.
How do I apply?
Email your CV and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org specifying the role that you are applying for in the subject header. Your cover letter should explain why you are interested in working with us and what you think you can bring to the role. You must mention any criminal convictions, any time spent living overseas and explain any periods of unemployment in your cover letter. This is statutory due diligence that we must take as you will be working with children. Your CV should be no longer than 2 pages and show dates of work history and qualifications.