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EYFS Teacher - Full Time - Ashbourne

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EYFS Teacher

Teaching Personnel are seeking an enthusiastic Teacher for a full time position in the EYFS setting within one of our Ashbourne schools that we currenlty have a partneship agreement with. The position is initially for one academic year to start in September 2019, with the potential for it to continue into the new academic year for the right Teacher

The Teacher would have prior experience in an EYFS setting, with a clear understanding of key interventions required to aid children's early years' development. The ideal Teacher would have a passionate, nurturing approach to purposeful learning and in addition, the Teacher would have excellent classroom management skills and the ability to deliver engaging lessons.

Responsibilities of the roles:

  • motivate and stimulate a child's learning abilities, often encouraging learning through experience
  • provide pastoral care and support to children and give them with a secure learning environment
  • assist with the development of a child's personal, social, language and physical coordination abilities
  • help children develop curiosity and knowledge
  • work with others, including teaching assistants and nursery nurses as well as volunteer helpers, to plan and coordinate work both indoors and outdoors

The suitable candidate will need to have the following:

  • Undergraduate Entry - a full-time degree in an early childhood-related subject holding a QTS or a PGCE.
  • Have recent and relevant KS1 teaching experience, ideally within reception or year 1
  • Have a genuine desire to contribute to development of every child
  • Be willing to contribute to the wider school environment through extra-curricular activities
  • Deliver creative, engaging and group-specific lessons
  • Have a good grasp of the Primary National Curriculum

Benefits/Reimbursement:

  • A competitive salary of up to £850 a week, dependant on experience
  • An opportunity to join a thriving school that is looking to continue raising standards
  • Excellent continued professional development (CPD) opportunities through Teaching Personnel Ltd
  • Become part of a positive school community which "inspires, challenges and cares" about every pupil

If you are interested to work with Teaching Personnel, apply using the link below and attach your CV to the application.

All applicants will require the appropriate qualifications and training for this role. Please see teachingpersonnel.com/faqs 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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