We are looking for a highly motivated and inspirational teacher to join our wonderful EYFS team. You should be a passionate and enthusiastic EYFS teacher who is able to nurture and inspire our children and provide them with every opportunity to develop their full potential .
We are looking for someone with the knowledge and skills to support and challenge pupils of all abilities including those with special education needs, disabilities and the academically more able in all areas of their early development. An ability to demonstrate strong practical knowledge, with proven experience of teaching phonics and of supporting children's learning and development through both teacher directed sessions and child initiated activities. Someone who can make learning fun yet challenging, is active, enthusiastic, caring and creative and who is willing to share their skills and love of teaching.
We are looking for classroom practitioners who:
are experienced in EYFS, teaching, high quality classroom practice, assessment and observations all underpinned by excellent EYFS Pedagogy.
are organised, flexible, enthusiastic and able to work as part of a team to achieve the very best for our children
have high expectations in classroom management
are supportive of the inclusive ethos of the school and the care that the school provides
In turn we can offer:
the opportunity to work within RMET, a geographically local academy group, which strongly supports staff CPL, staff well-being including gym membership and support services
committed, happy, friendly and supportive staff
We are a happy and motivated community, our inclusive ethos is built around the 4 C’s of Care, Courtesy, Consideration and Commitment. All our work is underpinned by our highly qualified, dedicated and innovative specialist staff. We work with parents, Governors and Medway LA to provide a stimulating and rewarding education which goes beyond the classroom and contributes to our local community.
"The headteacher has brought stability to the school. She has introduced many positive changes and improvements are under way" Ofsted 2018.
The school is a larger than average primary school with circa 500 pupils and is a central part of the local community, with large grounds, and an excellent outdoor learning environment. Twydall Primary School is a unique school because it also provides a highly inclusive learning environment for pupils with physical disabilities and complex medical needs.
The school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.
This role is currently offered as a full-time position from January or April 2020
Closing date for applications is Tuesday 29th October. Interviews will take place on Wednesday 30th October.
Appointments are subject to successful references and a satisfactory enhanced Criminal Records Disclosure.