Apprentice Nursery Practitioner
|Date Posted:||Dec 7, 2017||Closing Date:||Mar 16, 2018|
|Job Status:||Live||Last Updated:||Feb 14, 2018|
We are looking for a Nursery Apprentice to join our team, you need to be an enthusiastic person who wants to develop their career within the childcare profession. You will undertake your childcare qualification and train while working with us. We offer a thorough induction program and support with your childcare qualification with a view to progressing through the company.
If you would like to apply for the position please send us your CV or contact Claire Love (Nursery Manager) on ***** *** ***.
- Learning and development.
- To work directly with children both individually and in group situations under the guidance of the nursery management team, nursery staff and outside professionals.
- To be responsible for a key group of children.
- To contribute to the development of EYFS curriculum planning.
- Understand the need for individual learning styles in order for children to achieve their full potential.
- To document children’s learning development and their general needs.
- To contribute to long/medium and short term curriculum plans.
- To be able to liaise with the nursery management team, outside professionals and parent carers in a sensitive and appropriate manner in relation to a child’s learning and developmental needs.
- Enabling environment.
- To maintain appropriate standards of cleanliness and hygiene within the nursery and to adhere to the nursery’s health and safety policies at all times.
- To provide an environment that is warm, secure and welcoming and that meets the needs of children, physically, emotionally, culturally, & religiously, in order to promote the development of individual children.
- To maintain equipment and prepare resources as requested.
- With support identify areas for development and prepare and action plans in consultation with the nursery management team.
- To ensure the environment is inclusive and accessible to all.
- Unique Child.
- Looking after children’s basic needs and working closely to build relationships up with the child and parent/carers.
- Develop a working knowledge of the special educational needs code of practice.
- With support liaise professionally with outside professionals in relation to a child’s development or welfare.
- Attend to children’s personal needs and provide basic first aid.
- Record accurate information on a child’s general welfare.
- Positive Relationships.
- To establish professional and positive interactions with Parent/Carers.
- To ensure good communication with co-workers, forwarding necessary factual information received from the parents/ carers for record keeping as appropriate.
- To record factual information regarding the child’s day to pass onto the parents as a form of communication.
- To maintain factual, individual children’s files, the content of which may be used in the preparation of reports for reviews, case conference meetings and CAFS etc.
Job Type: Apprenticeship
Salary: £8,320.00 /year