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Nursery Lead Professional - Early Years Teacher

  • Location: High Wycombe
  • Start date: 17 Sep 2018
  • Category: Early Years
  • Job reference: PE11054314
  • Branch: Watford
  • Consultant: Tessa Radmore
  • Call: 01923 257 410
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Job description
I am working with a school in High Wycombe are looking for Nursery Lead Professional/Early Years Teacher with either a minimum of a level 6 qualification but ideally QTS, but this is not essential.

The school are ideally looking for someone who can work two full days and three mornings until 12pm but would consider taking you on full time.

Term of Employment: Maternity cover - 1 year

The Nursery Lead Professional is responsible for leading, planning and delivering learning in the Nursery, in accordance with the curriculum and national guidelines.

Prepare children to be school ready for full time Reception education.
Understand the needs of Nursery aged children, in the context of early years education.
Promote high levels of achievement within the Nursery.
Support the implementation of the school development plan especially when it relates to the Nursery and to take responsibility for appropriately delegated aspects.
Ensure that Nursery parents are well informed and supported.
Plan and lead the provision in the Nursery, developing a stimulating and challenging learning environment which secures effective learning and provides high standards of achievement, behaviour and discipline.
Be responsible for the pastoral care of pupils in the Nursery and promoting self-discipline and good behaviour at all times, in accordance with school policies.
Support the Head of Early Years in the development and monitoring of the curriculum provision throughout the phase.
Support the Head of Early Years in the monitoring of the quality of teaching and children's achievements in Nursery.
Support the work of other adults in the Nursery.
Look for and use opportunities to support the development of the whole child through spiritual, moral, social and cultural activities.

I look forward to receiving your application or please feel free to forward me your CV to:
tessa.radmore@protocol-education.com

I look forward to working with you in the near future.

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