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Full time EYFS Teacher - Primary School in Burnley

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Full time EYFS Teacher - Primary School in Burnley

Maternity leave - October start

Qualified Teacher status a necessity

Recent experience in EYFS required

The Role:

A faith school in Burnley requires a full time EYFS teacher. The position is to start after October half term 2019 due to a maternity leave. The role would be until the end of the academic year, including hand over days in July for the class teacher returning from her maternity leave. The successful candidate must be able to demonstrate a good understanding of the EYFS National Curriculum.

The Head Teacher is looking for someone who is confident completing baseline assessments with the children and can produce efficient planning. You must have experience in the teaching of Phonics, particularly Letters and Sounds as well as Jolly Phonics.

The School:

The school provides an ideal EYFS setting including well organised outdoor provision, a wide variety of structured continuous provision and challenge areas, for example the children are given the responsibility to complete a number of tasks in different area throughout the week.

The class is an average size with a catchment of mainly white British heritage children. At the beginning of the academic year a high percentage of children come to school who were not 'school ready' and require support in fundamental skills such as toileting, speech and language and communication skills. A number of these children will still require additional support and the relevant provision is in place, with a nursery nurse and two part time members of staff.

Salary: £100-£150 per day

Job Type: Full-time, Temporary (Monday to Friday)

Start date: October 2019

End date: July 2020

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