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Early Years Practitioner


Teaching Personnel

£12.90 - 14.00 per hour

Fleetwood

Temporary | Full Time

16/05/2024

No

Early Years Specialist Teaching Assistant required for a Primary School in Fleetwood, Lancashire (FY7)

The opportunity has arisen at a Primary School in Fleetwood for a EYFS Practitioner starting in the new academic year, from September 2024. The role is to work in a larger than average EYFS provision, supporting children on a 1:1 and small group basis. The school are looking for an experienced EYFS Teaching Assistant who will be able to encourage learning for the schools earliest learners whilst creating a safe and stimulating learning environment for all.

To be considered for this post, you will have at least 6 months experience working in a EYFS setting. The ideal candidate will have experience supporting learners with SLCN and will be comfortable supporting with tailored sessions to assist with speech and language development. The role will include 1:1 and small group support for children with a range of needs. Ideally, applicants will be able to adapt their support style to suit individual children and will be comfortable with personal care.

The school are dedicated to creating a positive and exciting early learning environment. The school boasts a modern EYFS unit with a range of technologies and resources. The Head Teacher and Senior Leaders of the school are looking for a Teaching Assistant who is passionate about working with children in the Early Years and will become a role model for children across the wider school.

This full-time role is to start in September 2024 or for the final part of the summer term dependant on the successful applicants availability.  The school are accepting applicants up until Friday 21st June 2024, with a view to the role starting on Wednesday 4th September. 

If you have experience in the EYFS and are looking for your next opportunity with in a supportive primary school, then you’re encouraged to get in touch for immediate consideration.

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