Posted on Wednesday 4th Oct 2017
We are pleased to announce that Kent Teaching Solutions will be attending several exclusive recruitment events in Partnership with The Stour Academy Trust.
The trusts Core purpose is to improve outcomes for children where children’s well-being and their education above all else.
The needs of children are at the heart of decision making – children come first!
Excellent Leadership with a strong vision and clear direction gives the Trust a tremendous opportunity to build on its strengths, becoming more distinctive and in an ever-changing environment. The trust is committed to providing children with the highest standard of teaching and learning.
Working in close collaboration with this exciting trust we will be recruiting candidates of the highest calibre that reflect the trust’s ethos and are committed to the best outcome for Children.
Our first event will be during December and located in Canterbury.
In order to register your interest please send your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01622 804025.
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