Nursery Assistant Apprentice THE BOURTON MEADOW EDUCATION TRUST
To support the staff team to ensure the smooth running of the setting, with regard to all health and safety matters affecting the children in your care.
Closing date: 10 Sep 2022
Apprentices are paid for their normal working hours and training that's part of their apprenticeship (usually one day per week).
Total hours per week: 35.00
Possible start date
11 Sep 2022
13 Jan 2022
Level 3 (A level)
- Ensuring confidentiality is maintained in the Early Years Department
- Adhering to policies and procedures of Bourton Meadow Academy and compliance with the children's act, health and safety legislation and within the guidelines of Ofsted and the national standards.
- Working as part of a team
- To have sound knowledge of the Early Years Foundation Stage and to work within this framework
- To implement the daily routine
- The care and supervision of the children with regard to their physical, emotional and intellectual needs
- The planning and preparation of activities, to meet the children's individual needs, liaising with parents ensuring effective communication within the nursery.
- Offering all children equal opportunities with regard to their religious persuasions, racial origins, gender, disabilities, cultural background and challenging situations where racism or discrimination is displayed
- Keeping development records and observations
- Positive management of children's behavior
- Preparation, care, cleanliness and maintenance of the playrooms and equipment.
- Providing a good role model for students and to help new staff fit in
- Keeping and monitoring accident, incident and risk assessment records
- Supervision of meal times
- Attendance of staff meetings
- Participating in regular parent’s evenings, publicity, open weekends and children's outings
- Any other duties appropriate to the post as directed by the nursery manager, operations manager and area manager
- Practical understanding of safeguarding duties, role of safeguarding officer and current safeguarding legislations.
Requirements and prospects
- Team work
- Good communication skills
- Further Training and potential full-time employment.
Things to consider
- Childcare is a very demanding industry with long hours and early starts. It requires you to be active and standing for the majority of the day. It is also a very rewarding job as you will have an invaluable impact of the development of the children.
About the employer
Our vision at Bourton Meadow is to nurture every child to fulfil their whole potential. We believe through building positive relationships with every child and family, we can best help our children grow and develop personally and academically. We are interested in the whole potential of every child and deliver a broad curriculum which includes a range of opportunities in music, art, singing, foreign language and sport. We set high expectations for each and every one and know that through developing confidence and encouragement they excel. While we are a large school, we understand that each child is an individual and we get to know them all on a personal level and tailor our support to each and every one.
When you step inside our school, you will feel enthusiasm for learning, a sense of community and above all that Bourton Meadow is a happy place where everyone feels valued.
CARE FIRST TRAINING LIMITED
Applications for this apprenticeship are being processed by Care First Training Limited
Sam Keeble 07495 553353 email@example.com
- Early Years Educator level 3 qualification
- Level 3 Award in Paediatric First Aid (RQF) or Level 3 Award in Emergency Paediatric First Aid (RQF)
- Maths and English Functional Skills if required
Early years educator
Level 3 (A level)
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