We are currently seeking to recruit an enthusiastic and committed level
3 Early Years Practitioner. Your duties will include delivering high quality
childcare and education services for 2-3 year olds in our Early Years setting
and providing bespoke support for children with additional needs. Knowledge of
child development, teamwork and knowledge of routines and ability to cater for
different children in an Early Years setting is essential. You will need to
have an excellent understanding of delivery and assessment of the Early Years
Foundation Stage curriculum and the statutory requirements.
We have an excellent reputation within the community, and
we are committed to providing the best education and care for children and
families. This post will require you to work alongside families, professionals
and other services to support the child during this crucial early stage of
You will be committed to safeguarding and
promoting the welfare of children and young people.
Here at Redscope Primary
School, we believe in making sure that children have a whole host of
experiences during their time at school from going for a walk in the woods,
learning to swim, playing a musical instrument and going on residential. Whilst
we have a wide curriculum with lots of exciting experiences, we believe that
children succeed by mastering the basics of reading, writing and mathematics.
Our core values are emotional literacy, creativity, basic skills and positive
New Collaborative Learning
Trust (NCLT) has a dynamic, positive and supportive culture for staff and
students, with an enviable reputation for staff career progression and
will join a focused and driven team, committed to providing the highest
standards of education and service.
Trust currently comprises of Three 16-19 Colleges, one Secondary school and three
Work for Us?
- NCLT was crowned ‘Employer of the Year’ at the 2023
MAT Excellence Awards – these national awards celebrate the very best performers
form over one thousand MATs across the country
- A strong commitment to staff wellbeing as outlined in
our staff wellbeing charter
- Access to high quality professional training, both
in-house and externally, to support your professional development
- Attractive pension scheme
- Additional benefits such as a cycle to work scheme and
a technology scheme
culture of self-reflection and improvement to meet the needs of our staff
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