The Noor Ul Islam Trust is a Registered Charity based in London.
The Trust provides a whole range of service to the local community. Since 1990, when it opened its Head Office at High Road, Leyton, London El0, the Trust has provided the local, national and international community with welfare services.
Noor Ul Islam Primary School started in September 2001. The school is 15 minutes walk from Noor Ul Islam Trust Head Office.
Noor Ul Islam Primary School is a mixed one-form entry Independent Islamic Primary School with 160 pupils on roll and with a waiting list which consists of over 420 pupils.
Noor Ul Islam Primary School is a dynamic, forward-looking Islamic school. 'To motivate every student to achieve their academic potential' is our ethos and we want every learner to achieve the best. We focus all our energies on providing outstanding teaching and learning experiences within an Islamic, caring and secure environment within the community.
For further information on Noor Ul Islam Trust, please visit:http://www.noorulislam.co.uk
Our school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and all posts will be subject to enhanced DBS checks.
We currently have the following vacancies. Please see below;
EYFS/KS1/KS2 TeachersApplication deadline: Tuesday May 17th May 2016Start date: September 2016Interview: w/b Monday 23rd May 2016Location: Leyton, East LondonContract type: Full time permanent Job description: Teacher JDPerson specification: Teacher PS
We are looking for;• Someone with a positive disposition• Someone who enjoys being with children• Someone who believes all children are talented and can achieve• Someone who will be an excellent role model for our children• Someone who demonstrates and appreciates professionalism in their own conduct• Someone who understands the importance and impact of having a great teacher• Someone who wants to continually develop themselves, achieve great things and is ambitious• Someone who generates energy in the school, is calm and approachable towards staff, parents and pupils