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EYFS Teacher needed - September

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EYFS or Year 1 - Ashford (Staines)

School and Role Details:

A Primary School (aged 4-11) based In Godalming are looking for a Primary Teacher (EYFS) to teach their reception or year 1 classes. Having recently achieved a good level at Ofsted this school is looking for an enthusiastic, hard working and open individual to join the team.

"You are unrelenting in your ambition to secure the best possible outcomes for all pupils. As a result, pupils across the school achieve well."


School and Role Details:

The school allows teachers to offer creative and explorative elements to their lessons and teaching practices. You will be welcomed to a warm and friendly, purposeful school, where everybody matters and everybody cares. The school strives to make sure that every individual feels happy, secure and valued. Most importantly children are at the heart of all they do and the school prides itself on the level of academic preparation of its pupils for their senior schools. Children are entitled to high quality learning that is meaningful and memorable: playful, collaborative and lively.

We are looking for someone to make learning creative, stimulating, inclusive and fun with lots of challenge, setting ambitious goals for the future.

The ideal candidate will have the appropriate teaching qualifications and also experience/desire to teach EYFS with particular experience with reception or year 1. The role will vary day to day and the school are looking for someone who can make a real difference in the children's lives, someone who is robust while also of a caring nature.


  • Recognised teaching qualification
  • Relevant EYFS teaching experience
  • High expectations for all students and the determination to help all children succeed
  • The ability to work effectively in a team of teachers, support staff and outside agencies
  • Experience within SEN would be beneficial but not essential

Primary schools in the Surrey area are renowned for their hard work and commitment to the development of their young learners. The school aims to provide a safe and stimulating working environment for both learners and staff as well as maintain high expectations for behaviour. The school works close with families, relatives, peers and tend to have an open door policy, updating parents on children's progress. This transparent method of working provides an exciting opportunity for the right candidate to not only progress their learners but also individually.

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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