you a passionate teacher who believes in creating an
enabling learning environment which stimulates our children to be inquisitive
and expressive in their play? Are you looking
for a fresh challenge? Want to be part of an ambitious school with a supportive
team in a fantastic location? If this sounds like you, make the move to St
Matthew's Church of England Primary and Nursery Academy.
We are seeking a new staff member
for our EYFS class where high-quality provision for all is at the heart of what
we do. We are looking for someone who has a high expectations, creative flare
and zest to bring learning to life for our Reception and Year 1 pupils. Using your strong pedagogy and philosophy for Early Years, you will
skilfully and carefully match learning to children’s developmental needs. Developing
a close working partnership with parents and Early Years staff will be central
to your practice.
St Matthew’s is a truly wonderful place to
work, we are modern, spacious and well equipped, with children that are an
absolute delight and an incredibly supportive community. Our staff team is one
that is genuinely committed to leaving no stone unturned in order to fulfil our
vision that: ‘Each and every child is able to let their light shine’. You will be joining a highly effective EYFS
Team with a strong and very supportive team of year leads across the school. The school is part of the St Christopher’s Trust - a
family of 18 Church and Community Schools spanning three local authorities and
providing a rich network of collaboration.
In joining St Matthew’s, you will be part of a friendly and welcoming
staff team and a supportive community. You will have the opportunity to develop
your teaching skills in an environment that has a strong focus on CPD whatever
career stage you are at. As a Church of England school, you will be happy to
support the Anglican ethos through our school values.
tour of the school has been arranged for 4pm on Tuesday 19th September and
Thursday 21st September, to book a tour please contact the school on 01752
395969 or SMPA.firstname.lastname@example.org
welcome applications from experienced colleagues.
Please visit the below link for information on how to
have any issues applying for this role please contact HR via email@example.com
Applications need to be completed by 9:00am on Thursday
28th September 2023. Interviews
will be held during the week beginning 2nd October 2023.
note it is our process to apply for references for shortlisted applicants and
to complete online searches in line with Keeping Children Safe in Education
guidance, for all shortlisted applicants. We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the
welfare of children and young people and expect all staff and volunteers to
share this commitment. An enhanced DBS Disclosure is required for this post.
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