EYFS Teacher

Knowsley, Merseyside
Date Posted:14 Sep 2020
  1. Early years
  1. Long-term

EYFS Teacher

Knowsley, Merseyside
Following the recent departure of the EYFS Teacher and SENDCO, the Governors of a Kirkby-based Primary School are seeking to build on the dynamic, creative and inspirational team for their already thriving school.

The successful applicant must be committed to supporting the Christian ethos of the school and be dedicated to leading and building an exceptional and caring learning environment in which all members of the school community can fulfil their potential.

We are looking for a person who will:
-Be committed to fostering and developing the respectful and inclusive ethos of our distinctively Christian school;
-Be an excellent classroom practitioner with recent and relevant experience in EYFS/KS1;
-Have experience of coordinating special educational needs and disabilities in a primary and nursery setting, or a willingness to undertake the relevant training to be able to do so;
-Have experience of leading a core and foundation subject across the primary and nursery setting;
-Develop children's enjoyment of learning, whilst ensuring high levels of progress and achievement;
-Share the strategic vision necessary to build on the school's existing strengths;
-Be approachable and able to build good relationships with children, staff, parents, Governors and all other members of the school community.

School can offer you:
-Happy, well behaved children who love their school and enjoy learning;
-Hardworking, committed and dedicated staff;
-A caring, inclusive, Christian ethos;
-Support for your professional development and well-being;
-A close working partnership between the Church, parents and the local community;
-A Governing body, which is fully committed to a brighter future and supportive of the whole school community.

To express an interest, simply click 'apply' and we will contact you as soon as possible to discuss a registration. Alternatively, call the Tradewind Liverpool branch on 0151 221 9666 for more information regarding how we can support your next career move.


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