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KS1 Teacher

Teaching Personnel

£32,000 - 47,333 per year


Permanent | Full Time



Job Title: KS1 Teacher

Salary: £30,000 - £47,333 per annum

Location: Cambridge

Start Date: September 2024

Contract: Full time, Permanent


Teaching Personnel Permanent Workforce are currently partnering with a Primary School Education Trust who are wanting a KS1 Teacher to join their team from September 2024. The school is a large primary school, part of a larger trust, located on the south of Cambridge, partnered with a larger school situated not too far from the campus. The role would require you to work directly in large groups and in 1:1 where required, teaching KS1 lessons to mainstream and SEN Students.


Your responsibilities:

To carry out all duties and responsibilities of a teacher as outlined in the current national conditions of employment including:

  • To maintain the positive ethos and promote the values of the school;
  • To plan and deliver effective lessons which deliver good progress and achievement for all pupils;
  • To be responsible for the pastoral wellbeing of pupils;
  • To build positive relationships with pupils, staff, parents and governors which support the work of the school;
  • To lead on aspects of curriculum.



  • The below requirements are essential, and your application will not be considered without. 
  • A UK Teaching Degree with QTS is essential.
  • Prior experience teaching within a Primary School teaching KS1/KS2.
  • Hold a UK Bachelors Degree within any subject.
  • Available for a September 2024 start.


If this role is of interest to you, please submit your most up to date CV for immediate consideration.

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All pay rates quoted will be inclusive of 12.07% statutory holiday pay. This advert is for a temporary position. In some cases, the option to make this role permanent may become available at a later date.
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