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Early Years Teacher required for September start Manchester

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Job description

Early Years Teacher required for September start at large two form entry primary school in North Manchester (M40)

Teach alongside another Teacher in EYFS Department

OFSTED graded 'Good' School

A large two form entry primary school in North Manchester require a teacher for their early year's department starting from September. The reason this vacancy has come about is due to long term sickness that will be ongoing till at least the summer and maybe even in to the next academic year. The role will be based in the EYFS unit and will be working alongside another teacher and a number of Teaching Assistants. The unit consists of 35 children per class and although the school has been graded 'good' overall, the Early Years provision is said to be 'Outstanding' in all areas.

The school are looking for a Teacher who can come in to the school and hit the ground running with as minimal disruption as possible. All early years specialists will be considered and shortlisted for the role, but ideally the school are looking for someone who is enthusiastic, energetic and still has a clear passion and love for teaching. With the school being recently graded good by OFSTED the school require a teacher who has got a clear track record of making progression as well as making the curriculum accessible to all pupils' abilities.

The role will be full time and the successful candidate is expected to integrate in to school life from the outset, attending all CPD, Staff meetings and Parents evenings. The Head teacher of the school has an impeccable reputation within the local community and is said to be an 'inspiring practitioner and a pleasure to work for' by current staff members.

Job Highlight

  • Salary £22,023- £34,869
  • Easily accessible school both by car and public transport
  • Outstanding EYFS Unit
  • Strong Leadership team

All applicants will require the appropriate qualifications and training for this role. Please see for details.

All pay rates quoted will be inclusive of 12.07% statutory holiday pay.

Teaching Personnel is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children. All candidates must undertake or have undertaken a valid enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check. Full assistance provided.

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