£37k - 45k per year
020 7587 5153
almost 2 years ago
A small central London Prep school is looking for a creative and dynamic Head of Early years to join the school from September 2019.
The School is looking for an experienced EYFS teacher to take over teaching the Reception class. The successful practitioner will maintain quality of teaching and learning and driving the Early years part of the school forward. The role will include a significant amount of parental engagement, 1 to 1 interaction with pupils and a need to work as part of a small team of teachers.
The ideal cancicate will:
- Hold a relevant degree
- Hold QTS/EYTS
- Have a minimum of 5 years teaching experience (ideally in Reception)
- Have a creative vision and enable to create and teach in a creative and imaginative way
- Have exceptional verbal and written English skills
The school is a Co-educational prep school based in central London. The school offers very low teaching ratios (a maximum of 1:10), a supportive network within the school and supportive parental body. The school aims to foster confidence in a child's own abilities along with encouraging them to be supportive and consideration of their peers.
This post will be ideally suited to someone who is ready to take a step up to a full leadership role
within the London day school environment.
The school will be interviewing upon the availability of suitable candidates and reserve the right to appoint before the closing deadline for applications.
To discuss the role in further detail, please send your CV through to firstname.lastname@example.org or submit your CV by clicking apply. A screening call will take place before further role details are released.
Harris Hill and the clients we work with are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. The successful applicant will be subject to an Enhanced DBS, as well as other safeguarding checks.
Harris Hill is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and expect all partners to share this commitment.