Early Years NQT

£22917/annum Main Pay Scale
10 Mar 2018
10 Apr 2018
Contract Type
Full Time
Early Years Teacher - Walsall

A large primary school in Walsall is looking to recruit a newly qualified Early Years teacher to join them from September.

*** Early Years Teacher
*** NQT post
*** Large 2-form entry
*** Role available September
*** Permanent, Full-Time post
*** Main Pay Scale

My client school have high expectations of NQTs, as they do of all teaching staff, and are ideally looking for a teacher that is working towards being graded as ‘Outstanding’ on their professional placements and as a minimum ‘Good’. Perhaps more importantly they are looking for a newly qualified teacher that is creative, enthusiastic and passionate about their new career, attitude is everything to this school.

As a Primary NQT, starting your first full time role, it is essential for your success that you are well supported. The Senior Leadership Team at this primary school will ensure your career and professional development are continually monitored and supported. This support should help you become an outstanding Primary teacher. There are a number of teachers that have been with the school for some time and they will also be able to provide an NQT with help and guidance in best practice.

This primary school, located in Walsall, aims to treat learners as individuals and differentiates between teaching and learning to take account of its pupil’s individual and special needs. They aim to teach basic skills and core subjects well and give great emphasis to the foundation subjects and RE. The school have recently been graded as ‘Outstanding’ by OFSTED and are keen to appoint an outstanding teacher who can help drive them forward in maintaining their ‘Outstanding’ status.

Seize the chance to help some great students realise their potential as you expand yours in this Early Years Teacher role at a 2-form entry primary school situated in Walsall.

Please note: due to the volume of applications, only successful applicants will be contacted