We are looking for an EYFS Teacher.

If you are creative, passionate about children and helping them to reach their full potential then we would like to hear from you!


St Paul’s Nursery School and Enhanced Resource Provision is offering a rare opportunity to join our highly experienced team of staff for an ambitious teacher keen to work in early years and with pupils with special educational needs.

The post is a 0.55 job share with shared responsibilities.

This post would suit someone with leadership aspirations who is early on in their career. NQT’s are welcome to apply.

We are looking for a teacher who:

  • Has a strong knowledge of Special Educational Needs
  • Has knowledge of the EYFS
  • Is driven and ambitious, looking for leadership opportunities
  • Is able to organise, plan and implement an inspiring curriculum
  • Has a genuine love of children and a passion for ensuring all pupils meet their full potential.
  • Has the ability to lead a team

You would be responsible for directing a large team of TAs and managing three main rooms of provision therefore exceptional organisational skills are required.

In return we can offer you:

  • A strong team of TAs full of inspiring ideas
  • Support through your career with many opportunities for training
  • A school where reducing workload is a priority
  • A strong ‘family’ feel with staff, children and families
  • Wonderful children at a key time in their development

If you are a dedicated teacher with a passion for supporting children to meet their full potential in the Early Years then please get in touch with us. We would love to meet you and show you our unique setting, staff and children.


Visits to the school are welcome. Please call 01904 555995 to arrange a suitable time.

Closing date for applications is Sunday 28th April at midnight. Interviews will follow shortly after.

The ideal candidate would start September 2019 or sooner if possible.


We currently have a vacancy for an Apprentice Playworker.

We are looking for a person who is committed to and enjoys working and playing with children. The ideal person will be able to work with children from 3 – 11 years of age and will work Monday to Friday:  3-6pm and during the school holidays in our holiday club.

Please complete an application form and return via email or paper to Claire Rigden  at by 12 noon on Wednesday 20th March.

Interviews will take place the following week with a start date as soon as possible thereafter.