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EYFS Teacher - Warsop

EYFS Teacher - Warsop

Posted 25 April by Academics

EYFS Teacher needed in Warsop, Nottinghamshire

Academics are looking for a vibrant and energetic EYFS Teacher to work with our client schools in the area of Warsop, Nottinghamshire.

You will ideally have the flexibility to work across multiple work sites and you will have the skills to adapt to different settings leading early years age groups.

Supply Teaching is a very rewarding post that offers the type of work/life balance that people are searching for right now.

You can acheive this balance through demonstrating a reliable and professional nature with local school clients.

Benefits that Academics can offer to you include:

  • Excellent rates of pay between £135 to £199 per day (Even on reduced hours of 8:30am to 16:00pm)
  • The ability to have a home life aswell as a professional life
  • Consultants on hand to help you with professional matters and decisions
  • Opportunities across Nottinghamshire in both 'Good' and 'Outstanding' Ofsted rated schools

What do you need to be considered for this post?

  • A QTS/ EYTS or equivalent
  • Knowledge of Early Years / Child Development
  • Strong behaviour management skills
  • A love for the classroom and education
  • An enhanced DBS certificate or be willing to process a new one

Your new start could be today.

"I have found Academics to be a First Class Teaching Agency.
The Doncaster branch have been nothing but supportive, professional and conscientious and I can highly recommend them." Sharon, Academics

Required skills

  • EYFS
  • Early Years Teacher
  • Foundation Stage Teacher
  • Nursery Room Leader
  • EYFS Teacher
  • Foundation Teacher
  • FS2 Teacher
  • FS1 Teacher

Reference: 52536039

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