KS2 intervention teaching job

Community primary school

Sussex Teachers are working with a large primary academy in Bexhill to find a KS2 teacher for a full-time intervention teaching role. We are looking for a teacher with experience of running interventions in both Maths and English, and who is confident teaching across Years 5 and 6.

Our client is a popular primary school situated in Bexhill-on-sea. They are part of a rapidly expanding academy chain that have transformed 6 separate schools in the Sussex area. The schools recent Ofsted report praises its determined leadership, inclusive ethos and distinctive curriculum framework. Children at the school are encouraged to have high aspirations, be inquisitive, and respect each other and their school community. Pupils take pride in their work and learn from topics that excite and motivate them.

You will be employed to provide targeted support to disadvantaged students eligible for pupil premium funding. Your focus will be to accelerate progress with these vulnerable students, so they attain in line with other pupils nationally. Working from plans provided by the class teachers, you will teach small groups students to make rapid improvement in mathematics, writing and reading. It will also be your responsibility to accurately track your pupils progress, so their class teachers have a clearer understanding of the progress pupils are making and where they may need further support.

To be suitable for this intervention teaching post you will have an excellent grasp of the upper KS2 curriculum. You should hold high expectations for your pupils, and have a commitment ensuring that every child succeeds. We are looking for a teacher with excellent behaviour management skills, who would be happy to occasionally cover for the Year 5+6 class teachers during their non-contact time and for any sickness cover.

Although a long-term vacancy this role does not require any responsibility for planning or preparing lessons as these will provided to you at the start of each day. We do ask that you mark the work that you have taught and provide feedback notes for the class teacher at the end of the day. This would be an ideal role for a supply teacher who enjoys the security and job satisfaction of long term teaching but doesn’t want to commit to a full class teaching role with the additional paper work and responsibility that this entails.

If you would like to find out more information about this intervention teaching job please apply online or call us on 01273 626 800 for more details. Alternatively, if this role isn’t quite right for you but you would like to register for our job alert service please get in touch and we keep in touch about all our supply teaching vacancies.


Files must be less than 2 MB.
Allowed file types: jpg txt pdf doc docx.

View our data and privacy policies
Data Protection Policy - Privacy Notice