Teacher of English - Bounce Teachers

Teacher of English


Job type


£140 – £230 per day

Start date

Bounce Teachers currently have an exciting opportunity to teach English at a Secondary School in the Barnet area of London.

The Role:

  • Starting ASAP
  • Covering up till July
  • Teach English to KS3 and KS4 students
  • Full-time Monday to Friday

To be considered for this role you must have:

  • UK Qualified Teaching Status (QTS or QTLS)
  • Full UK right to work status
  • Strong classroom management skills with the ability to forge strong relationships with students and staff alike.

We will be reviewing applications for this role immediately, so if you have a proven track record of teaching WEnglish in a school or alternative provision setting, please click ‘APPLY’ on this job post to get started.

If you don’t hear back within 1 week, please consider your application as unsuccessful.

Job Information

Job Reference: 39877_1673257746
Salary: £140 - £230 per day
Salary From: £140
Salary To: £230
Job Industries: Education and Training
Job Locations: Barnet, London
Job Types: Permanent
Job Skills: Qualified Teacher Status

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