Nursery Primary Teacher

Bolton, Greater Manchester, England
£85 - £130 per day
13 Oct 2016
10 Nov 2016
Victoria Hatton
Contract Type
Full Time

Nursery Teacher for a Bolton Primary School.

£85-£130 per day.

Maternity Leave cover starting November 2016.

This is a large primary school in an urban area. Virtually all the pupils are from different minority-ethnic backgrounds and speak English as an additional language. The largest groups have Indian or Pakistani heritages, but others come from a variety of different backgrounds, with those of Black African heritage constituting the largest of these. Increasingly, the school is admitting pupils in different age-groups who are newly arrived from overseas and speak little or no English when they start. . The proportion of pupils with special educational needs and/or disabilities is broadly similar to that in most schools. The proportion of pupils known to be eligible for free school meals is above average.


  • Access to Free CPD course and Safeguarding Training.
  • Pension Scheme.
  • Working with the market leader in Education that has unrivalled reputation within the Greater Manchester Primary market.
  • Commitment to personal development
  • An extremely positive and supportive working environment
  • A friendly, hard working and supportive team of staff and governors
  • NQTs are welcome to apply

The successful applicant will:

  • Have QTS.
  • Have recent experience of teaching Reception and/or Nursery aged children.
  • Can demonstrate excellent knowledge of the EYFS curriculum.
  • Have a passion for working with young children and be kind, caring and flexible.
  • Be an inspirational role model who is highly motivated and committed to working as part of a school team.
  • Have high expectations and demonstrate a commitment to raising standards and achieving the best for all our children, both academically and personally.
  • Be committed to inclusion and to providing exciting and stimulating learning opportunities for children of all abilities.
  • Be able to form successful relationships with parents and the wider community


  • Planning, preparation of the national curriculum.
  • Providing engaging and interactive lessons.
  • Communicating with parents and carers over pupils, progress and participating in departmental meetings, parents 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 of the Primary team will contact you to discuss your application further and the next steps.