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NURSERY PRACTITIONER

EAYC Nursery is looking for a Level 3 qualified Nursery Practitioner to join our friendly professional team. We are a Jewish private nursery catering for 2-4 year olds in Edgware.

The successful candidate will have a keen and positive attitude along with excellent communication skills and the ability to build strong, encouraging relationships with children, parents and colleagues.

As part of your role you will:

·Be working effectively with room colleagues to continually develop inspirational learning opportunities for children

·Be accountable for your own key children to include working in partnership with parents/carers

·Be responsible for ensuring all children’s personal needs are met, including observing, planning and evaluation

·Contribute to room and Nursery planning

·Fully understand the requirements of the Early Years Foundation Stage, safeguarding and child protection policies and health and safety legislation

Essential Skills/Qualifications:

·Full and relevant Early Years qualification Level 3 or above

·Awareness and working knowledge of the EYFS

·Knowledge of safeguarding and child protection policies and procedures

·Understanding of the Ofsted inspection framework

·Experience of working within a team in a similar role

·Knowledge of health and safety requirements

Full and part-time positions available. If you are interested in working for us, please do get in touch, by email nursery@eayc.org or 020 8958 4058

265 Hale Lane, Edgware, Middlesex, HA8 8NW W : www.eaycnursery.org E: nursery@eayc.org, T: 020 8958 4058

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