EYFS Primary Teacher

Manchester, Greater Manchester, England
£85 - £130 per day + pension
13 Oct 2016
10 Nov 2016
Emma Walsh
Contract Type
Full Time

£85-£130 per day.

EYFS Primary Teacher, Manchester Primary School.

January 2017- July 2017

Do you have experience of teaching in EYFS?

Do you bring fun and outdoor learning into your teaching?

Would working within a large foundation unit in a Manchester Primary School appeal to you?

As a Teacher of EYFS, do you have a sound knowledge of the EYFS curriculum and can deliver it in a way that enhances the learning experience for every child?

This Primary school in Manchester is looking to appoint an EYFS Teacher from January 2017 to July 2017 to cover a maternity leave. The class consists of 30 children and you will be working alongside another Teacher as well as 3 support staff within the unit.

This Primary School in Manchester is a one form entry Church of England school who cater for children from age 4-11 years old. The Head Teacher has a real drive for achievement and works hard with parents to ensure that learning does not end when the school closes. As a Teacher in EYFS, you will be expected to prepare children ready for key stage one.

This is a great opportunity to work within an experienced team who will support you throughout your time there. The school are willing to consider NQTS for this role.


  • Access to Free CPD course and Safeguarding Training.
  • Working with the market leader in Education that has unrivalled reputation within the Greater Manchester Primary market.
  • Close to public transport links.
  • The school has all the latest technology and resources readily available.

The successful applicant will:

  • Have QTS.
  • Be committed to achieving high standards of teaching and learning for all.
  • Be motivated, positive and dynamic.
  • Be willing to be fully involved in the life of the school community.
  • Have excellent organisational skills.


  • Your role will consist of guiding children in EYFS to further their development and understanding of the National Curriculum.
  • Communicating with parents and carers over pupils, progress and participating in departmental meetings, parent's evenings and whole school training events.

If you are passionate about delivering a high-quality level of education to students and interested in joining a strong team of specialist staff, working at a successful school, don't hesitate, apply today. One the Primary Team will contact you to discuss your application further and the next steps.