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Teacher - Galley Hill Primary School

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Full time
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Closed for applications on 23/04/2018 12:00
£22917 - £33492 per annum
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Galley Hill Primary School

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Closing date:
23 Apr

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Galley Hill Primary School
EYFS Teacher Temporary Full Time Contract

The Governors of the school would like to appoint a highly motivated and creative Early Years Foundation Stage Teacher to join our outstanding Foundation Stage Team in this high achieving school.

The successful candidate will be joining our school at an exciting time as we expand in numbers in our Foundation Stage and join the Galileo Multi-Academy Trust with effect from 1st April 2018. The successful candidate will therefore be employed by the Galileo Multi Academy Trust when the post commences.

Galley Hill has outstanding facilities and as a school we are committed to a high degree of corporate working with staff, Governors, pupils, parents and wider community all contributing to the life of our school. The school ethos is welcoming and shares the aim to fulfil every child’s potential across the curriculum.

We are an outward looking school and collaborate, share and understand best practice with the school geographically close and those in our MAT. We are always looking to improve the provision for the children in our care.

We are looking for a teacher who:
• Wishes to develop outstanding practice, has a love for learning and high expectations of children’s achievement and behaviour;
• Has excellent communication, interpersonal and organisational skills;
• Is able to contribute significantly in Foundation Stage;
• Will work in partnership with staff, governors and parents.

We can offer:
• A welcoming community with a strong ethos;
• Children who respect, care and value one another;
• Children who are polite, well behaved and enthusiastic learners;
• A dedicated and enthusiastic staff team;
• Supportive parents and governors;
• Opportunities for Continued Professional Development.

The School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children/young people and vulnerable adults. We expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment and an enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) disclosure will be sought along with other relevant employment checks.

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