We have an exciting new role for a temporary Level 2/3 Nursery Practitioner to work as a float member of staff across the different rooms within the nursery.
In addition, you will be responsible for contributing to the planning and managing children's profiles, taking on any other duties in the classroom that are requested by the Room Leader. The hours will be 41 hours and 40 minutes per week with 25 days holiday a year (Pro Rata). We offer a very competitive salary, which will depend on your experience, together with a company uniform.
In line with the Local Safeguarding Children’s Board Guidelines, the successful applicant will be subject to an Enhanced DBS check and references for this position.
Contact Tina Spencer - 01223 472018 or email@example.com Sawston Day Nursery Sawston Day Nursery Cambridgeshire CB22 3UW Tannery Road
We have a vacancy for a nursery support practitioner to work with a child in our Preschool Room with an immediate start for the suitable candidate.
The role will be 15 hours per week and pay is to be decided dependent on qualifications and experience.
The role is working on a Monday 8-6 and Wednesday 8-2. (This is not a term time only position).
You will need to be patient with a passion for working with children ensuring they have the same opportunities as their peers.
If you are interested in the above position, please contact Tina asap as this position is to start as soon as possible.
Telephone 01223 472018 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
In line with the Local Safeguarding Children’s Board Guidelines, the successful applicant will be subject to an Enhanced DBS check and references for this position.2018-11-22 Sawston Day Nursery Sawston Day Nursery Cambridgeshire CB22 3UW Tannery Road
To be a supportive team member who can play a key role in maintaining our stimulating and nurturing learning environment across our pre-school, wrap around care and holiday club provisions in accordance with the EYFS Statutory Framework.
We would love to hear from you if you are:
Level 3 Qualification and training available to the successful applicant2018-12-06 Little Thetford Acorns Pre-school Little Thetford Acorns Pre-school Cambridgeshire CB6 3HG The Wyches
Part-time temporary Baby Room Level 3 Practitioner required from immediate start to end of December.
We are a small, friendly, Outstanding Nursery in the village of Somersham. We are looking for a pro-active and caring team player with experience and a positive attitude.
4 Days per Week: 08:30am - 5:30pm.
Please contact Emily Scott, our Nursery Manager: email@example.com or call the office: 01487 8409662018-11-27 Whitehall School Whitehall School Cambridgeshire PE28 3EH 117 High Street
WORKING ALONGSIDE A SMALL TEAM OF EARLY YEARS PRACTITIONERS PROVIDING LEARNING THROUGH PLAY BASED ACTIVITIES, TERM TIME ONLY. LOCAL PRE-SCHOOL CATERING FOR 2YR -4YR OLDS.2018-12-06 Rainbow Playgroup Rainbow Playgroup Cambridgeshire CB4 2NH Campkin Road
Early Years Practitioner – Foundation
Reports to the Head of Early Years.
Whitehall School and Nursery are looking to appoint an Early Years practitioner Level 3 to assist and lead in the Foundation stage and support other areas of the setting.
Firstly, you must be prepared to feel loved, special, and important to many young children and their families. There is simply no other job quite like this one.
~ To lead and plan effective and thorough lessons for the preschool children.
~ To work within our Early Years Team, supporting the planning and implementation of activities with individual or groups of children; promoting effective teaching and learning.
~ To be part of our Early Years Team that provides a purposeful, stimulating environment rich in learning opportunities, both indoors and outdoors.
~ To promote the inclusion of all children.
~ To use professional knowledge of the individual and diverse ways that children learn and develop, to meet their differing needs.
~ To be trustworthy, reliable and a team player
~To establish positive and sensitive relationships with children. To act as a role model and set achievable expectations.
~ To be responsible for organising the environment inside and outside to ensure that resources and equipment are available and appropriate to meet the needs of the individual children in the group. These activities will take into account children’s abilities interests, language and cultural backgrounds.
~ To meet the physical needs of children, encouraging good standards of personal hygiene, whilst promoting independence.
~ To encourage children to interact and work co-operatively with others.
~ To support the school’s commitment on safeguarding children and fully understand that you have a responsibility to safeguard children using the settings child protection and whistle blowing procedures.
~ To be responsible for the planning, development and delivery of the Early Years Foundation Stage in order to meet all learning interests and needs of children, extending them where necessary. To contribute to the review and further development of the Early Years Foundation Stage in the nursery.
~ To support the team to monitor and evaluate children's learning through a range of assessment and monitoring strategies, including individual room action plans and the self-evaluation tool.
~ To provide objective and accurate feedback and reports for parents and other professionals on children’s achievements, progress and related matters.
~ To develop positive and sensitive relationships with parents and carers to support their role in children's learning. To provide constructive feedback on children’s progress/achievement, on a day-to-day basis or through parent meetings.
~ To be proactive in the continuation of your own learning to improve the outcomes for children and their families.
~ To have a clear knowledge of and adhere to all Health and Safety Regulations.
~ To comply and assist with the development of policies and procedures.
~ To attend meetings as required and participate in training opportunities and performance development.
~ To be accountable for the delivery of the above responsibilities and tasks.
~ To undertake any duties set to you by the Management Team that will assist in the day-to-day running of the Early years.
~ To inform the nursery manager of any absence from work by 6:00am.
~ to ensure you are reliably on time for each and every day, duty and meeting.
~ To hold a Level 3 or above qualification in Childcare
~ Reliable and trustworthy
~Good communication skills
~Friendly and Flexible approach to work which facilitates effective relationships at work.
~ An interest in Child Development and Education
~ A warm, smiling face that makes every child feel special and loved.
Practitioner to wear black trousers/leggings with flat closed shoes.
Smart & Tidy Dress code.
This post is subject to an Enhanced disclosure and barring service (DBS) is required for this role.
For further details of the setting please see the website www.whitehallschool.com2018-11-12 Whitehall School Whitehall School Cambridgeshire PE28 3EH 117 High Street
We wish to appoint a motivated and reliable Deputy Manager to help lead a small and dedicated team delivering child centred play opportunities to children aged 4-11 in central Cambridge.
Our chosen candidate will enjoy working with children and have a good understanding of their needs and issues in order to help them to develop and thrive whilst in our care.
A sound knowledge of safeguarding is required, as well as good communication skills, understanding of Health and Safety and a flexible ‘can do’ attitude.
This post is subject to a full enhanced DBS check and satisfactory references. The New Croft Club is an equal opportunities employer.
Contact Maureen Blake 07812 798195 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Line manager: Club manager
Level 3 Playwork, Early years or relevant Education/Childcare Qualification
Understanding the varied needs of children and their families
Experience of working with 4 to 11 year olds in a play based or school setting
Understanding the issues involved in the delivery of quality play care and the value of reflective practice
Good communication skills
Experience of day to day administration and record keeping
Ability to work as a team member and demonstrate leadership skills
Initiative, sound common sense and a can do attitude
Understanding the issues of Safeguarding and Child Protection
Understanding the importance of Equal opportunities
Sufficient understanding and use of English to ensure the well-being of the children**
** Para 3.25 of the Statutory Framework for the Early Years Foundation Stage 2012
Competent in using IT to safely promote Play and generate publicity for the club (website/social media)
Forest Schools training
Current 12-hour Paediatric First Aid Certificate
L2 Food Hygiene and catering Certificate
Experience of budgeting
Knowledge of and experience of delivering the EYFS in a play based setting
The assistant should support the leader in providing a stimulating and varied programme of play and ensuring the safety and well-being of the children.
To carry out their responsibilities effectively, the assistants will require the following skills and attributes: