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EYFS Phase Leader

  • Location: London Borough of Bexley
  • Start date: 05 Sep 2016
  • Category: Primary
  • Job reference: PE10752045
  • Branch: Bromley
  • Consultant: Emily Gaboardi
  • Call: 020 8461 8900
Job description
We are currently seeking an experienced and high quality EYFS Phase Leader for a large 3 form entry Primary School in Bexley borough.

You will be an experienced teacher with exceptional knowledge of the EYFS curriculum, able to share your skills and experience with colleagues to manage and raise attainment across the EYFS Phase.

You must be committed to sharing aspirations for young people, you must want to work within a dynamic learning environment in which the highest standards are expected at all times.

The school aims to provide every pupil with the best quality education possible and to ensure that, irrespective of their starting point, they achieve their full potential.

Are you interested in this exciting opportunity?

The role is permanent and will be subject to a 6 month probationary period.

Start date: September 2016.

An effective EYFS Phase Leader will:

•Be an inspirational teacher with a proven track record of good or outstanding teaching

•Have high expectations of all pupils and experience in raising their achievement

•Have experience of, or have the potential for, leadership

•Have the commitment and skills to excel within a Senior Leadership Team

•Demonstrate initiative and can inspire, enthuse and lead others

•Be committed to working in partnership with all members of the school community to raise standards of achievement

•Care passionately about children, their development and achievements

•Be hard working and adaptable to change

•Be able to lead and develop strong and effective staff teams

•Contribute to school wide tracking processes so that every pupil makes good and outstanding progress

What will be offered to you?

•A highly motivated Early years team

•Enthusiastic, hardworking and responsive children

•A high quality community of committed and expert professionals

•Outstanding professional development and learning opportunities

•An innovative approach to curriculum development

•Fully supportive parents

•Excellent support from an exceptionally skilled team of Governors

•Opportunities to work alongside colleagues in other schools within the same Academy group

•The potential to develop your long-term career within the Academy group

If you are interested in applying for this role, please respond with an up-to-date CV as soon as possible.

Contact Emily Gaboardi on 020 8461 8900 or email egaboardi@protocol-education.com for more information.
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