Early Years Leader required in a Barking and Dagenham school. Are you a committed and experienced Early Years teacher with EYFS experience? Are you looking for leadership position? Our client school is looking for suitably qualified and experienced candidates for this job which will commence at the start of the next academic year in September 2012.
The successful candidate for this EYFS leadership position will benefit from working in this community primary school with children from the ages of 3-11.The roll is currently 499 pupils.
The school firmly believes in working in close partnership with parents and the local community. Parents. staff and children enjoy the positive supportive ethos of the school.
The innovative management team encourage staff to work hard to provide an environment in which children are eager to learn and become confident enough to try new activities, without any fear of failure, safe in the knowledge that help is always there when they need it. All children are valued and are actively encouraged to celebrate their own individuality, whilst recognising and respecting that of others.
All applicants for the EYFS Leadership job in this North East London must-
be suitably qualified and experienced enough to have an excellent working knowledge of the UK Foundation Stage programming. You should have had some curriculum leadership experience at the EYFS level.
have the necessary empathy to successfully engage with EYFS children, support staff, parents and the wider community.
have superb leadership skills.
have excellent written and spoken communication skills.
be an outstanfing early years practitioner
be available to commence in September 2012.
If you are interested in this Early Years Foundation Stage Leadership job in this well regarded North East London school, please apply on-line today, or call us on 020 85118 3311.
TimePlan Education believes in Equal Opportunities in employment for all.
TimePlan Education Group is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff to share this commitment. This post is exempt from the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act (1974) and is subject to a successful Enhanced Criminal Records Bureau (CRB) check and two satisfactory professional references.