Standards/Phase Leader Primary Teacher
Standards/Phase leader Early Years – Birmingham Primary school – September 2017 Start
Are you a qualified and experienced primary school teacher in Early Years looking to join a new school from September?
Are you looking for a teaching post with additional responsibility as a Phase Leader responsible for EYFS?
Would you like to work in a large and diverse primary school with a progressive attitude towards teaching and learning?
Has your teaching in the Foundation Stage been consistently graded as ‘Good’ or ‘Outstanding’?
***EYFS Class teacher and Phase leader
***Birmingham primary school
***3 form entry
***Diverse pupil roll
***Progressive SLT team
***Main/Upper Pay Scale plus TLR point
Edustaff have been approached by a primary school in south Birmingham. They are actively looking to take on two teachers from September – a Class Teacher and a Standards/Phase Leader.
The position of Phase Leader will start this September and is a full time position. The main requirement will be to assist the Headteacher and SLT through managing and leading the year group team, to achieve high quality teaching, effective use of resources and the highest standards of learning and achievement for all pupils. As well as taking an active role in the management of the school, promoting the well being of staff and pupils in the year group by being an exemplar role model, committed to the vision of the school and be willing to trial new approaches based on research that will enhance the provision for the children.
The school is a larger than average, 3 form entry primary school, north of the city centre. Its location means it can be reached by car or public transport (within reasonable distance from Wolverhampton’s main station). The school has a very wide and diverse population with a larger than average number of EAL pupils. Those teachers looking for a school in leafy, middle class area may not find what they’re looking for with this school. Behaviour in the school is excellent and recent changes to their recruitment have meant a fresh approach to teaching and learning.
Having spent time in the school I was immediately taken with the atmosphere and general feeling of positivity the school exudes. Teachers and support staff are all extremely proud of the school, its pupils and their achievements. It’s hard to think of a better establishment to work in as long as you’re happy working in an inner city primary school.
If you’re an EYFS teacher and are looking for a teaching position with added responsibility as a Phase Leader then please don’t hesitate in sending a copy of your CV to Patrick at Edustaff today.