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Date Added: Tue 14/11/2023

Reception Teacher

Enfield Lock, EN3, UK
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Company: TEACH NOW

Job Type: Temporary, Full Time

Salary: £130 - £160/annum

Location: Enfield

Job Type: Full-Time

Our client is a dynamic and thriving educational institution committed to providing exceptional early childhood education. We are dedicated to creating a warm, welcoming, and stimulating environment for our youngest learners. Our team of educators is passionate about fostering curiosity, nurturing social skills, and laying the foundation for a lifetime of learning.

We are seeking a dedicated and experienced Reception Teacher to join our team. As a Reception Teacher, you will play a pivotal role in guiding our youngest students through their first year of formal education. Your primary responsibility is to create a nurturing and stimulating environment that facilitates a smooth transition from home to school and fosters early childhood development.

Key Responsibilities:

* Develop and implement an age-appropriate and engaging curriculum that aligns with early years' education guidelines.

* Create a safe, inclusive, and stimulating classroom environment where children feel secure and encouraged to explore and learn.

* Cater to the diverse needs of each child, ensuring personalized support and extending learning opportunities.

* Establish open and effective communication with parents and guardians to keep them informed about their child's progress and address any concerns.

* Conduct ongoing assessments to track student progress and share progress reports with parents.

* Promote social skills, self-regulation, and emotional well-being through interactive activities and group play.

* Manage teaching materials and resources to create an engaging learning environment.


* A bachelor's degree in early childhood education or a related field, or a recognized teaching qualification.

* A strong understanding of early childhood development and curriculum frameworks.

* Exceptional patience, empathy, and communication skills tailored to working with very young children and their families.

* Familiarity with child-centered teaching methodologies and early learning assessment tools.

* Ability to create a positive and nurturing learning atmosphere that encourages exploration and discovery.

* Strong organizational skills and the ability to manage a classroom effectively.

* A commitment to continuous professional development and staying updated on best practices in early years education.

If you're interested feel free to apply
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