We are currently working alongside a fantastic Primary School in Hayes who are looking for an ambitious, motivated and creative Early Years Teacher to join them soon!
The role is offered as a fixed term maternity cover, until at least the end of this academic year, however there is the potential for it to extend into September 2023, or even a permanent role for the right applicant as the school is a large and vibrant place to work with excellent career progression and CDP meaning there are lots of opportunities to continue your career where your dedication to excellent teaching, and the children you work with will be valued.
Benefiting from an exceptional, forward thinking and compassionate senior leadership team, you will feel supported, nurtured and valued. These qualities are expected in what you will be offering your class, and are shared across the school.
Ideally you will be an Early years trained Primary Teacher, or have experienced teaching the Early Years curricullum particularly Reception, as you will be joining the school in January it's essential you can hit the ground running with good knowledge.
However you will be a part of a large early years team so will have support and shared planning as part of the role. The school is lucky enough to have large site, and benefit from a spacious and well resourced school and early years setting.
The school are looking to interview next week, do if you are interested in this or any other teaching positions for January- get in touch today. The school are willing to pay to scale subject to experience and interview.
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All pay rates quoted will be inclusive of 12.07% statutory holiday pay. This advert is for a temporary position. In some cases, the option to make this role permanent may become available at a later date.
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