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EYFS Teacher Needed - September 2018 - 12 month maternity cover

Job description

Early Years Teacher role- September start

In order to be considered for this role you must hold the following as a necessity;

QTS in Primary Education or in Early Years.

Experience in working alongside children in a Primary or Nursery setting and have the confidence to talk about how you work in the classroom and the progress your children have made.

Have at least two education based references from your most recent employer(s) which are GOOD or OUTSTANDING.

You must also be available to take up a full time teaching role from the first week in September 2018. You must be able to commit to the full maternity cover which is expected to be between 9-12 months. You will be given time to plan during allocated PPA time in the week, contributing towards 10% of the working timetable. The School are also considering NQT who are welcome to apply, in doing so they are happy to contribute to NQT release time which will again contribute to 10% of the working timetable.

The School:

The School is a larger than average Primary who serve a mixed catchment area of mainly white British heritage children. The children tend to arrive from challenging backgrounds and so the entry level is lower than National Average particularly for Maths, Reading and Writing. The School do have a strong and consistent behaviour policy which is used effectively to ensure all the children work to their potential and no disruptive behaviour can affect this. The School currently holds a GOOD Ofsted grading across all areas; and OUTSTANDING for Leadership. This makes for a welcoming environment to any newcomer to the School. There is a genuine excitement around the School as they are now pushing for OUTSTANDING status.

The Role:

The Head teacher is seeking to employ a temporary EYFS trained and experienced practitioner who can effectively build good working relationships with staff, children and their parents; raise standards in academic ability as well as social and communication skills; contribute to the wider School Community by leading an after school club and attending INSETs and staff meetings. This will be a full teaching role where you will be expected to plan, deliver and assess for all the children in your class and also partake in parents evening and pupil progress meetings. You must be committed not only to the role but also to be treated as a member of full time/permanent staff. You will have your books and planning scrutinised and lessons will be observed.

How to apply:

To apply, you must follow the next steps;

Ensure you are suitable for this role, by checking the pre-requisites.

Send an up to date CV specifying your experiences to

Follow up the CV by contacting the office on 01772 842154

All applicants will require the appropriate qualification and training for this role. For teacher roles, we require a formally recognised teaching qualification. For Support staff our minimum requirement is GCSE English & Maths (A-C) or equivalent.

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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