Key Stage 1 Primary Teacher Role
10% of primary trained NQTs had teaching supply contracts compared with 6% of secondary trained NQTs;
25% of primary trained NQTs indicated that they were employed in a school in which they trained compared with 32% of secondary trained NQTs;
18% of primary trained NQTs indicated that they relocated to take up their current teaching position compared with 24% of secondary trained NQTs.
Typical duties of a supply Primary Key Stage 1 Teacher
Teach all areas of the key stage 1 curriculum;
Organise the classroom and learning resources to create a positive teaching environment;
Plan, prepare and teach lessons that cater for the needs for all student ability ranges;
Motivate pupils with enthusiastic, imaginative presentation;
Meet requirements for the assessment and recording of pupils' development;
Coordinate activities and resources within a specific area of the curriculum, supporting colleagues in the delivery of this specialist area;
Staying up to date with changes and developments in the structure of the curriculum;
Take part in school events and activities which may take place at weekends or in the evening;
Liaise with colleagues and working flexibly, particularly within smaller schools.
What can you expect from New Directions Education?
A dedicated account manager;
Regular and varied teaching supply work;
Competitive pay rates;
Potential long-term teaching roles;
Fully compliant with the Agency Workers Regulation (AWR);
Network of branches across the UK;
Preferred supplier to 19 boroughs across the UK;
Recommend a friend scheme;
Respected reputation throughout the education and recruitment industry.
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Innovation and Excellence Awards for Recruitment and Training 2015 and 2016
This award celebrates and rewards innovation and excellence in businesses across the UK. Our team was subject to rigorous assessment criteria which only the most deserving firms walked away with an award.
We were proud to be category winners alongside Google, Deloitte and PwC, not only in 2015 but also for a second year in 2016.