Early Years Educator

Reddam House BerkshireWokingham


Reddam House Berkshire is a co-educational, independent school, housed in a Victorian mansion

and set in 125 acres of wood and parkland.

Around 600 students between the ages of 3 months and 18 years are registered here (day

students and boarders from age 11+). Children are recognised as individuals with unique skills to

celebrate and given tailored support and guidance at each stage of their school career. Our

structure of Early Learning School, Junior School, Middle School and Senior School means that

every year group works with professionals who specialize and enjoy working with the students in

their care.

The unique Reddam House philosophy and our formula for success are based to a large degree

on the quality and depth of our curricula, cultural and sporting activities and especially our teaching

staff, fully recognising that what goes on in the classroom between teacher and student strongly

influences the success of the school.


We are seeking to appoint committed and dynamic Early Years Educators who will be working with 

children aged 3 months to 36 months providing care, play activities and supporting the EYFS 

assessment. You will need good communication skills at all levels in order to build relationships 

with children, parents and other members of school staff. 

This is a full-time role, working 42.5 hours per week, all year round.


• Competitive salary;

• School’s pension scheme, as well as a death in service benefit;

• Staff at Reddam House are eligible for school fee discounts of up to 50%, subject to their

child(ren) meeting the entrance requirements;

• Free delicious lunch each day;

• All staff may park in the school car park.

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