ABC Teachers are actively recruiting for an impeccable Teacher to join their exemplary team of Early Years Teachers in one of their exclusive Schools.
The 4 day per week position is in an ambitious school located on the outskirts of Walsall, it is a striving Primary, constantly aiming to improve and exceed expectations. The school ask that the ideal candidate be ambitious and hard-working, and a friendly individual who can work seamlessly with the other EYFS team members.
The school serves a multi-cultural catchment area and thrives in diversity. The school celebrates many cultures and languages and works with the community. Your classroom will be assisted with a minimum of one TA.
The candidate will be required to do minimal lesson planning, as they are strongly assisted by the current, full time EYFS Teacher/ Early Years Co-ordinator; Strong communication, assessment and team work is essential.
All applicants are required;
· To hold a QTS
· To have school based experience in a UK school within the last year
· Have good understanding of the National Curriculum
If you are interested in this position, please contact Alice Crouch today on 0121 274 0345 or 'Apply Now' to submit your details.
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ABC Teachers are an REC Gold Standard Awarded Education Agency, part of TES. Candidates pay rates are competitive and in line with the AWR policy which means that after a qualifying period, supply teachers can be paid to the comparable scale offered by the school.
We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and expect all staff to share this commitment. All staff will hold an enhanced DBS disclosure (or be prepared to allow us to process one for you), need to provide professional or academic references and attend a face to face interview. A prohibition from teaching check will be completed for all applicants. Telephone calls to