Primary NQT job in Barnet – September 2019
Primary teaching NQT job in Barnet
A diverse mainstream primary school located in the London borough of Barnet has a full time Lower Key Stage 2 class teaching vacancy for a talented NQT. This NQT job is to start in September with the ideal primary teacher joining the school on a full time permanent contract.
**Primary teaching/ Primary School/ Key Stage 2/ KS2/ NQT
**Ofsted ‘Good’ school
**NQT: M1-M4 outer London pay scale
Are you a student teacher (NQT) seeking a permanent job in a Barnet primary school?
If you are looking to start your NQT induction year for September 2018 in an established primary school, I would like to hear from you!
A two form entry primary school located in Barnet has a Key Stage 2 teaching vacancy (NQT) to start in September 2019. The school was given a ‘Good’ Ofsted observation in 2016 and boasts a supportive and successful leadership team with a proven track record of moving schools from requires improvement to outstanding. Due to the excellent structure installed by the Headteacher and her SLT, the school has an opening for a dynamic and driven NQT from September.
The successful Key Stage 2 candidate will ideally be a primary trained NQT with some prior experience working in the Key Stage 2 phase. Good or outstanding teaching observations and an ability to reflect upon your practice are also key attributes needed to be considered for this permanent Key Stage 2 class teaching job. Also the ability to care and show continuous passion to the teaching profession is also paramount, as the Headteacher is seeking an NQT who can stimulate and inspire their Key Stage 2 class.
This primary school can offer an extensive NQT induction programme dedicated to the specific requirements of the NQT as well as regular CPD, field trips, the opportunity to team teach and learn off of experienced Key Stage 2 teachers and good resources and car park facilities.
For further information on this vacant Key Stage 2 NQT job or to apply, please email your updated CV to Servoca today.