Have you got a passion to change lives and make a real difference?
If the answer is yes then why not work in a primary school which is part of a supportive partnership, champions your career development and puts every child first!
Attending our Flying High Partnership Virtual Education Recruitment Event on Wednesday 20th January 2021, 6pm -7:30pm could be the best step to fulfilling your career and shaping your future.
During this event you will be able to find out about our Trust, individual schools, current vacancies, future opportunities and career development, whilst also having the opportunity to attend our various informal breakout sessions which include:
· Training to Teach
· Newly Qualified Teachers
· Class Teachers / Leadership
· Support Staff
· Aspiring to Headship
The evening is for all staff who help ensure our schools aspire to be the best in the universe: trainee teachers, newly qualified teachers, experienced teachers, teaching assistants, school leaders, business managers, site managers, office administrators, governors and supply teachers.
Book now via Eventbrite, Flying High Trust Facebook or contact us directly via 0115 9891915 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Look back with pride and forward with confidence!
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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