Early Years Practitioner
|Date Posted:||Feb 6, 2018||Closing Date:||Mar 15, 2018|
|Job Status:||Live||Last Updated:||Feb 13, 2018|
Duties will include:
Adhering to the Policies and Procedures and compliance with the Children Act, Health and Safety legislation and within the guidelines of Ofsted and adhere to the practice Guidance for Early Years Foundation Stage and Statutory Framework for the Early Years Foundation Stage guidelines.
Ensuring confidentiality is maintained in the nursery. Work as part of a team.
Ensure the care and supervision of the children with regard to their physical, emotional and intellectual needs.
Planning and preparing activities to develop all aspects of the child's individual development in a stimulating atmosphere. This planning is done in line with the EYFS, ensuring indoor and outdoor play.
Work with parents as partners and discuss their child’s development, ensuring effective communication within the nursery.
Offering all children equal opportunities with regard to their religious persuasion, racial origins, gender, disabilities, cultural or linguistic background; in particular, challenging situations where racism or discrimination is displayed.
Effectively prepare, recording and keeping of development records and observations for individual key children.
Reinforce positive management of children's behaviour.
Ensure the preparation, cleanliness and maintenance of the rooms and equipment. Laundry duties.
Supervise and effective mentor Nursery Assistants and Students as directed.
Provide a good role model for Nursery Assistants and Students and helping new staff to integrate into the nursery.
Keeping and monitoring accident, incident and risk assessment records.
Supervise all meals, mealtimes and where appropriate, preparation of babies’ bottles.
Attend staff meetings and training courses as arranged by the Nursery
Job Types: Full-time, Part-time, Permanent
Salary: £17,375.90 to £17,742.82 /year
- childcare: 1 year