EYFS Phase Leader – BirminghamRegister with us
Job Reference: 0000113411
Date Added: 27.04.18
Job Type: Education and Training
EYFS Phase Leader
MPS + TLR 2b – negotiable depending on experience
In addition to the responsibilities of Class Teacher, as set out by the Class Teacher job description and the school teacher’s pay and conditions document, the holder of this post is expected to carry out the professional duties of a TLR post holder with the responsibilities as described below, as circumstances may require and in accordance with the school’s policies under the direction of the Headteacher
*To be a member of the Middle Leadership Team.
*To motivate, inspire, support and challenge all staff, governors, pupils and parents.
*To be responsible for securing the highest possible standards of pupil achievement across the Early Years Foundation Stage, through leading provision and by monitoring and evaluating practice and outcomes.
*To be accountable for the strategic leadership and management of the Early Years Foundation Stage, developing and implementing plans, policies, targets and practices within the context of the school’s vision, aims and policies.
*To be responsible, as appropriate, for leadership, management and organisation in planning, implementation and coordination of the EYFS curriculum, the induction of new staff, liaison with parents and carers and the wider community as appropriate.
*Planning and managing associated and relevant resources, teaching materials, programmes, courses of study, methods of teaching and assessment.
*To further develop links with other Early Years settings.
*Support and secure the commitment of others to the vision, ethos and policies of the school and to promote high levels of achievement within the school.
*Contribute to the creation and implementation of the Strategic Plan and the Pupil Premium Plan and take responsibility for delegated aspects.
*Take an active role in School Self Evaluation.
*Support staff in achieving the priorities and targets of the school and monitor progress of pupils across Early Years Foundation Stage.
*Support the evaluation of the effectiveness of school policies and developments and analyse their impact on the Early Years Foundation Stage.
*Ensure that parents are well informed about the curriculum, targets, pupils’ progress and attainment in EYFS.
*To display exemplary classroom practice which meets the aims and objectives of the school.
*To use the school’s Management Information System – Capita SIMS – in its entirety
*To support the development of assessment, reporting and recording procedures and policy which facilitates curriculum progression and continuity.
*To work in partnership with the SENCo
*To monitor and evaluate teaching and learning.
*To lead new initiatives across EYFS.
*To establish and maintain systems and routines for transition from EYFS into Year 1.
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Aspire People take safeguarding children and safer recruitment practices very seriously. You will be required to attend a face to face interview and Aspire People will also undertake a number of vetting checks prior to completing your application. This application process is highly effective and will not prolong you from starting an assignment.
Aspire People are an equal opportunities employer and welcome applications from instructors, overseas trained teachers and qualified teachers. As long as you have a real passion for teaching and for inspiring the youth of today, you can communicate well with your consultant and go that extra mile for all of our clients we could have the ideal solution for you!
Here at Aspire People you won’t just be treated as a ‘number’ but as a person, your consultant will offer you the personalised service that you deserve.
We look forward to hearing from you.
Aspire People Limited provides services as an Education Agency and an Education Employment Business. Aspire People is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of pupils and expects every candidate to share this commitment. Placements are subject, to appropriate Child Protection screening, including checks with former employers and the Disclosure and Barring Checks.