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Nursery Teacher- North Birmingham

  • Location: Birmingham City Council
  • Start date: 01 Sep 2016
  • Category: Primary
  • Job reference: PE10760629
  • Branch: West Midlands Primary
  • Consultant: Michelle Hardiman
  • Call: 01902 313 820
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Job description
We are recruiting on behalf of our client, for an experienced Nursery Teacher/ Leader for a permanent position starting September 2016.

It is a large 4 form Nursery within a Primary School in the Aston area of Birmingham, looking for an outstanding Nursery Teacher to lead their established team of Early Years Practitioners and identify and support the needs of their children, in a safe and stimulating environment.

You’ll be a specialist in early childhood development, trained to deliver the EYFS for children during a critical stage in children's development.

In this role, you will be a graduate leader responsible for organising and leading high-quality teaching practice in early years settings. You’ll make a lasting, positive difference to children's well-being, learning and development.

Due to the requirements of the class, this role is not suitable for an NQT, as it requires someone with proven results in Leading a team and extensive experience teaching Early Years. This is a role that can be offered from M1 to UPS pay scale.

You must have:

* UK QTS

* Experience working with Early Years and of implementing EYFS Framework

* Conversant in most recent Safeguarding & Childcare Legislation

* Live locally, or access to travel to the area

* Strong references

* Able to build rapport with staff, families and children

* Confident Leadership skills

To apply, please contact Rachel on 0121 654 9260 or via email rgreaves@protocol-education.com

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