KS2 Class Teacher

Jul 26, 2019 by

Al-Noor Primary School Published: 26 July 2019
London, United Kingdom
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Al-Noor Primary is committed to safeguarding the welfare of pupils and will carefully vet applicants.


KS2 Class Teacher


Part-time permanent post (Thursday & Friday), from 16th September 2019


The ideal candidate:

  • can demonstrate significant impact on pupil learning in previous positions;
  • holds QTS and other relevant qualifications;
  • has attained a high level of proficiency in the core professional standards of teaching -particularly in teaching and learning skills;
  • strongly supports our vision and is highly motivated;
  • is an effective team player;
  • would be a positive & enthusiastic role model for our pupils
  •     wants to make a positive difference to the lives of children and wants to help them to achieve and develop their spiritual and emotional well-being.


Candidates who do not have QTS but hold a degree and previous experience of teaching the UK National Curriculum, should also apply.



If you believe in our values, want to make a positive difference to the lives of children, want to help them to achieve and to develop their spiritual and emotional well-being, download an application form from the school website, complete and email it now to: schoolrecruitment@al-noorprimary.co.uk  

Application closing date: Monday 2nd September 2019, 8am

Shortlisting, Tuesday 3rd September 2019

Interview dates: Thursday 12th September 2019

Start date: 16th September 2019 (subject to successful clearance of vetting checks)



Al-Noor Primary School

lead & light to excellence in this life and the next

619-629 Green Lane, Ilford, Essex, IG3 9RP

Tel: 020 8597 7576,.

email: schoolrecruitment@al-noorprimary.co.uk

web: www.al-noor.co.uk



"Pupils’ spiritual, moral, social and cultural development is outstanding."

"Pupils’ behaviour is outstanding."

"Governance is excellent."

"Safeguarding is effective."

"Effective teaching ensures that pupils make good progress in all subjects, especially in English and mathematics."

"Pupils are respectful, polite and cooperative. They love learning, are taught good manners from their time in the early years and are an absolute pleasure to talk to."

(Ofsted, December 2016)


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