Woodfield Nursery is
seeking to appoint a Nursery Assistant to work in our Nursery setting.
Woodfield Nursery is a high-quality Early Years provision supporting children
from 2-4 years old.
Candidates should have an
NVQ2 in Childcare or equivalent plus a good understanding of child development
and early language acquisition. They must be a good team player who is willing
to work within a research led, reflective nursery with the child at the heart
of the practice.
· Care for and support our children,
providing a nurturing and safe environment.
· Be a good team player
· Have the ability to develop
positive behaviour strategies with children.
· Have a good understanding of child
development and early language acquisition
The role will include
intimate care of children in the nursery provision.
We are keen to meet
candidates who are experienced and interested in working with pupils with SEND.
The successful candidate
· Experience of working within a
nursery provision, with a working knowledge of the EYFS curriculum
· Experience within a primary school
· Excellent communication skills
· Be passionate about and have
expertise in SEND
· GCSEs Maths and English C and
above or equivalent, and be able to illustrate good literacy and numeracy
· NVQ2/3 or equivalent qualification
or be working towards the qualification
We would encourage
candidates to visit the school, meet the team and see the amazing work taking
place in the setting. To request a tour of the school or to discuss the role
further, please contact: 01752 706384 or email email@example.com.
Please click on the apply
button to complete our application. Completed applications should be submitted
prior to the closing date listed above.
We are regularly looking
for passionate people to join our teams. If there are no vacancies currently,
but you would like to register your interest for future vacancies, please click
the link to join our Talent Pool.
With 18 individual primary
schools, the Learning Academies Trust is the largest primary school trust in
Plymouth and the first education employer in Plymouth to achieve the Livewell
Southwest Wellbeing at Work Bronze Award. The Trust is committed to supporting
the wellbeing of all staff and is proud to work closely with official bodies to
ensure we have a holistic approach to staff wellbeing.
We are committed to
safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and we expect all staff to
share this commitment. This post is
exempt from the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974; pre-employment checks
will be carried out; references will be sought for all shortlisted candidates
and all shortlisted candidates will be requested to complete a questionnaire
about any convictions or adult cautions that are unspent. Guidance will be given to those shortlisted.
Appointment is subject to an Enhanced DBS.
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