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Teachers for the Primary Phase (Secular)


Teachers for the Primary Phase (Secular)

06 Jun 2018

23 Sivan 5778

Salary :                soa
Close Date :     18 Jun 2018
Location :            Stamford Hill
Job Type :         Permanent
Date Posted :     06 Jun 2018


The Trustees of the newly formed Lubavitch Multi-Academy Trust are looking to appoint


Teachers for the Primary Phase (Secular)


Salary:   Inner London with the possibility for an additional allowance

Job starts:  September 2018 or January 2019

Contract type:   Part time / Full time


The Lubavitch Multi-Academy Trust, exists to provide an excellent all round education permeated with the ethos of the Lubavitcher Rebbe. We are looking for experienced or newly qualified practitioners to join our schools, The Girls’ Primary and the Boys’ Primary.  Key Stage allocation will depend on the successful candidate’s strengths and experience.


This is an exciting time to join our new Multi Academy Trust.  Newly qualified teachers will have the support of experienced practitioners across the schools. If you are at  the stage where you are ready to further develop your career you will have the chance to make your mark across the schools.


We are looking for you to ;

·      be a skilled class teacher who holds QTS;

·      be able to work well in a team;

·      be able to help all children to succeed through a creative approach to delivering the curriculum;

·      have a good understanding of the National Curriculum and adopt positive behaviour management strategies.


The Lubavitch Multi-Academy Trust offers friendly and inquisitive children with a desire to learn; a dedicated and hard-working staff team; a caring and inclusive setting in well-respected community schools.


We welcome visits. Please contact our Administrator, Mrs R Poolat at or 020-8800-1044 to make an appointment and for an application pack. Completed application forms should be returned to the school.

Closing date for applications: Monday 18 th June 2018                 


We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of our pupils. Child safety recruitment procedures operate and all appointments are subject to satisfactory references and enhanced checks from the Disclosure and Barring Service.