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Nursery Nurse/ Early Years Practitioner

Bedfordshire, UK
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21 Nov 2020

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We are recruiting for a nursery nurse/early years practioner with a level 3 NVQ in childcare.

Our client is a first class setting in the heart of Bedford.

Main duties and responsibilities:

Promoting and safeguarding the welfare of children and young persons for whom you are responsible and with whom you come into contact. Be aware of and complying with policies and procedures relating to Safeguarding and child protection, health and safety, security and confidentiality. Report all concerns to an appropriate person The role of the Early Year Practitioner is to take responsibility for key children. To support the Early Years Leads and Early Years Management teams by ensuring a high standard of care and education is provided at all times to all children. To role model and demonstrate the school values of Curiosity, Kindness and Respect. 1. General Duties • Support and implement the agreed School Vision, Aims and Values. • Support and assist with the educational, physical, cultural, emotional and social needs of the children in line with the EYFS. • Ensure the smooth daily operation of the room. 2. Learning and Development • Plan for and provide a full range of stimulating activities to meet the individual needs of the children enabling them to develop their physical, intellectual, cultural, emotional and social development. • Actively engage and support the learning and development of each child in your care inside and outdoors. • Monitor, observe and record children's achievements to inform next steps, planning requirements and developmental feedback for parents. • Be responsible for key children, maintain development folders, complete 2-3yr progress checks where appropriate, and working with parents to support the children's continued progress, development and wellbeing.

You will also be involved in all learning and development for EYFS, Managing the resources, Have excellent communication skills where you can support the training and development of others you will also need to be flexible for training days and consultantion evenings.

The role is Monday-Friday 8-4pm/10-6pm.

Please get in touch for more information.

*Please note due to a high volume of applicants only successful candidates will be contacted
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