£120 - £150 per day
8 months ago
Graduate Early Years Teacher- Outstanding School - Southwark - £120 - £150 per day - September 2018 - Long term Position
Are you a 1st class Graduate looking to kick start your career in Early Years education as a Nursery teacher?
Do you consider yourself a highly pragmatic and proven academic that can put your all into your next challenge?
Is it important you gain experience within an OUTSTANDING Early Years setting?
If you answered yes to all of the above, please read on further to find out more about this fantastic Graduate Early Years Teacher position.
*** Graduate Early Years Teacher - Covering all ages between 3 months - 5 Years
*** September 2018 Start
*** Ofsted report is excellent, staff are eager and willing to teach
*** Salary - £120 - £150 per day
*** Long term
*** High standards of teaching provided to students
The Role - 1st Class Graduate Teaching Assistant
This outstanding Nursery school based in Southwark is seeking a strong Early Years Graduate to join their team starting September on a Long term basis. To be considered for the role you must have strong academic knowledge of the Early Years framework. As an Early Years Teacher, you will be required to manage the team with the standard classroom duties, provide stimulating activities for the children and encourage learning through play. You must have a positive & enthusiastic approach, be confident, have strong EYFS knowledge and have the personality to be able to connect with and inspire the children & staff team.
If this sounds like the ideal Early Years Graduate Teaching position for you to take your next step towards a successful career or if you would just like to discuss opportunities in other locations, please contact Carly at Remedy Education.
Remedy Education is committed to equality and value diversity. We welcome applications from all suitably qualified persons regardless of their race, sex, disability, religion/belief, sexual orientation or age. We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults.