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Nursery Teacher required for an April start in West Berkshire

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Job description

A successful, friendly and inclusive school that I work with in West Berkshire is looking to appoint a talented, motivational and inspiring practitioner from April 2019.

The school is rated by OFSTED as a GOOD school with OUTSTANDING Personal Development, Behaviour and Welfare.

The school has an open and caring leadership team, highly committed to supporting the professional development of all staff.

The school can offer successful applicants opportunities to:

  • Play a part in the continuing development of our school supporting both personal and professional development.
  • Lead and manage innovative and creative learning experiences for all.
  • Enhance the education of our happy, hardworking and well behaved pupils who are keen to learn and achieve.
  • Work within a strong, dynamic team in a stimulating & spacious environment; a well-resourced setting, both inside and outside.
  • Make a difference and influence the learning of many.
  • A strong, supportive and friendly team of fellow staff and governors.

The successful candidate will:

  • Be a self-motivated, enthusiastic, inspirational and innovative teacher.
  • Passionate about the EYFS and the education of young children.
  • Confident in the application of the EYFS framework and use of EYFS assessment practices.
  • Demonstrate high expectations of learning, achievement and behaviour.
  • Be committed to raising standards.
  • Be an active and engaging team player who inspires both children and colleagues.
  • Be sympathetic to, embracing and fully supportive of the school's vision and Christian ethos.
  • Exhibit positive attitude and a good sense of humour!

For further details or to apply for the role please call David on 0118 327 1559 or email

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

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