EYFS Room Leader
Assunnah Early Years
565 High Road, London, N17 6SB
T: 020 8808 7388
EYFS Room Leader
Qualifications: PGCE | QTS | NQT's are welcome to apply!
Start Date: March 2017
How to Apply: Email for Application Pack: email@example.com
Assunnah Early Years is a registered Early Years centre, which provides a safe and comfortable environment for 2-5 year olds. We believe in striving to provide the best standard of education for every single child at our setting through equality, professional care and an excellent standard of education.
We also follow the Early Year Framework, which clearly indicates that a child’s experiences between birth and age five have a major impact on their future life chances. Thus, we aim to provide a secure, comfortable, and safe setting to nurture children to flourish within an Islamic environment.
Our dedicated team seeks to appoint an innovative and inspirational EYFS Room Leader who will be an outstanding practitioner
In this position we can offer you:
A staff team who are committed and enthusiastic
Children who are eager to learn
Parents and managements who are very supportive
A dedicated, supportive and inclusive environment
Committed to professional development
Applicants should be qualified follows:
Must Have Qualified Teacher Status (QTS) or Early Years Teacher Status (EYTS)
Must have Early Years Level 3 Educator Criteria
Must have a GCSE in Maths and English at grade ‘C’ or above
Work to the six EYFS Criteria as follows
- Support and promote children’s early education and development
- Plan and provide effective care, teaching and learning that enables children to progress and prepares them for school
- Make accurate and productive use of assessment
- Develop effective and informed practice
- Safeguard and promote the health, safety and welfare of children
- Work in partnership with the key person, colleagues, parents and/or carers or other professionals
Applicants should be able to demonstrate that they:
Support the aims and ethos of the EYFS setting
Are an excellent EYFS practitioner
Have an open, positive attitude and value team work
Have the highest expectations for their own learning and of children
Can work to deliver the following via key workers or themselves:
Are an inspirational and caring teacher who facilitates children to enjoy their learning
Assist in the educational and social development of children under the direction and guidance of the Management Team.
Create and develop Individual Education Programmes for key children and help monitor their progress within the 7 areas of learning using the 17 learning goals.
Lead and initiate activities and tasks planned with support staff (Teaching assistant, Quran
teachers, and Arabic Teacher)
Are a good communicator to all staff
Shares good practice and takes part in EYFS centre development at all levels
Applicants can demonstrate the following lead characteristics:
Work closely with the EYFS lead to effectively support and develop the setting
Work closely with Key Persons to assist them in conducting activities and fulfilling their role through effective modelling
Regularly carry out monitoring of all aspects of the setting
Monitor key workers and ensure good practice is always being followed
Attend training sessions to develop knowledge, understanding, skills and abilities required in the EYFS Framework
Be able to motivate and inspire staff
Develop and maintain links with outside agencies
Support professional development
Cascade training sessions to efficiently guide and direct Key Workers
Understand Ofsted regulations and work to develop the setting accordingly
Appointment will be subject to a satisfactory enhanced DBS check, employment references and completion of a medical questionnaire. We welcome applications from all ethnic backgrounds. Applicants must have QTS/EYTS in order to apply.
All applicants are expected to plan, deliver and reflect on a EYFS activity session.
Applicants wishing to apply can ask for an application pack by emailing: firstname.lastname@example.org
Assunnah Primary School is committed to child protection and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff to share this commitment.