We are looking for enthusiastic and committed individuals who would like to join our friendly Early Years team. You will play an important role in raising the achievement of our children. Candidates should be well-motivated and have a calm manner.
The successful candidates will have had relevant experience of working with children in an EYFS setting and will be able to work confidently in Nursery or Reception. You will need to have a good understanding of the Early Years Foundation Stage Framework. You will be working with children who have SEND in the mainstream classroom in particular children with Language and Communication.
The post is for 35 hours per week to support children the in Early Years Foundation Stage. The successful candidate will have had relevant experience of working with children in an EYFS setting.
Rhyl Community Primary School is a very happy school with genuinely fantastic staff and really lovely children. We are a two form entry primary school with a large Nursery across two school sites. We have a high number of children with wide ranging needs and are strongly committed to inclusion for everyone. We want our pupils to have the highest aspirations and the highest achievement possible. Our children are well-motivated, enthusiastic and eager to learn and they benefit from a broad, creative and enriched curriculum. We have developed an exciting crosscurricular and creative curriculum which provides meaningful learning experiences for all of our children.
The school has begun an exciting phase of development from this September which includes the development of Rhyl as an extended school over two sites. This will include a new children’s centre, a 2-year old provision and a community hub as well as the extension of our already excellent inclusive provision.
We have an award winning kitchen garden and teaching kitchen and work closely with the Jamie Oliver Food Foundation to promote growing and cooking within the curriculum as well as with Giorgio Locatelli and the Ritz who have adopted the school and run workshops with the children. Music is integral to all that we do and we have won many awards as well as having close partnerships with the London Symphony Orchestra and the Barbican. Literacy and reading are the foundation of our curriculum which is a theme based approach and provides dedicated opportunities for children to learn through the expressive arts as well as through regular visits to London venues.
The recruitment pack and application form are downloadable from our school website: www.rhylprim.camden.sch.uk, see School Vacancies in the ‘School Info’ section of the website. Please ensure that you address the person specification in your letter of application. Please complete the application form provided on our website. CVs will not be accepted.
If you would like to speak to us about the posts, please telephone the school office at Grafton Road on 020 7485 1947 to speak to Sarah Davison, Deputy Head Teacher.
The closing date is Tuesday 7 December at 4pm and interviews will be held during the week beginning 13 December 2021
Candidates shortlisted for interview will be notified by telephone.
No agencies please.