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Early Years Practitioner: Nursery Vacancy, London, Neuvoo

Published 2022-06-28
Expires 2022-07-28
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Early Years Practitioner: Nursery Vacancy, London, Neuvoo
United Kingdom, London, London,
Published June 28, 2022

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Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Monthly
Occupation: Early years practitioner: nursery vacancy


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Early Years Practitioner: Nursery VacancyReporting to: Assistant HeadLocation: Ark Priory Primary AcademyContract: Fixed Term (to the end of the academic year with a view to extend)Working Pattern: Term TimeSalary: £17,655 pro-rataDisclosure level: EnhancedClosing Date: Wednesday 6th July 2022Interviews to be held:   11th July 2022 Visits to our school are warmly encouraged; to arrange, please call Miss Campbell on 020 3110 0717 Joining Ark Priory Primary Academy is an exciting opportunity to help create an outstanding school and embark on a rewarding career path.Ø  Looking for a new and exciting challenge?Ø  Excited by the prospect of helping to develop a new, growing school?Ø  Opportunity to work in supportive team with many opportunities for career progression. Ark Priory Primary Academy is a two form entry primary school that opened in September 2013.  Ark Priory, rated “outstanding” by Ofsted in June 2015 has exceeded national results in KS1 assessments consistently. The academy phonics programme is a particular strength with 100% pass rates in year 1 for three years running. This is not, however, at the expense of a broad and rich curriculum with the academy being a STEM partner school for the Enthuse award and currently working towards the Artsmark for excellence in music, art and drama. This is emphasised by the academies 4 p.m. finish time allowing children the space to consolidate outstanding academic foundations as well as flourish as informed and well-rounded individuals.If you are looking for an opportunity to contribute to propel a new school forward and be part of children’s development at a crucial time in their life, we would love to hear from you.Ark Priory Primary Academy aims to provide the best possible education and experience for our pupils. Please see our website to find out more. Our ideal candidate will:be a positive role model for the pupils in their care, believe in the potential of every child and be committed to seeing that every child reaches that potential, be able to inspire learning beyond the classroom, ensuring that learning doesn’t stop once the school day ends, possess the skills and determination to make a significant difference to the lives of the children, be happy to contribute to the success of this exciting new learning community. Our core values are “courage,” “exploration,” “endeavour” and “excellence.”  We take great pride in the diversity of our student body, celebrating all backgrounds and cultures. Our community is already very strong and we are fortunate to have a committed and supportive parent body.If you are an outstanding individual who has drive and enthusiasm, and who will relish a rewarding, new opportunity please submit an application today.If you have any queries regarding your application, please contact Miss Campbell on 020 3110 0717Ark is committed to safeguarding children; successful candidates will be subject to an enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service check. Early Years Practitioner: Nursery VacancyReporting to: Assistant HeadLocation: Ark Priory Primary AcademyContract: Fixed Term (to the end of the academic year with a view to extend)Working Pattern: Term TimeSalary: £17,655 pro-rataDisclosure level: Enhanced The RoleAs an Early Years Practitioner in our Nursery your role will be: To have the skill, creativity, commitment, energy and enthusiasm required to deliver excellent Nursery provision. To ensure a high standard of physical, emotional, social and intellectual care for all children in their care in Nursery. To ensure all children are safeguarded and their welfare and safety is promoted. To provide an enabling environment in Nursery which all children can play, learn and develop. Key ResponsibilitiesIn Nursery: To promote the aims and objectives of the Nursery. To promote the high standards of the Nursery at all times to parents, staff and visitors To follow the Nursery safeguarding procedures to ensure all children are kept safe, well and secure. To ensure the provision of high standards of physical and emotional care. To contribute to the assessment of children’s development and learning journals. Undertake required domestic jobs within the nursery as required. Participate fully in team meetings and training. Read, understand and adhere to all policies and procedures within the school and Nursery. Ensure good standards of safety, hygiene and cleanliness are maintained. Supporting children with self care when required. Ensure mealtimes are pleasant social experience To undertake any other duties as determined by the management Support for the school: Supervise pupils in playgrounds, lunchrooms etc and assist with general pastoral care  Accompany teachers and pupils on trips and out of school activities as required within contract hours, taking responsibility for pupils under the supervision of the teacherOther  Actively promote the safety and welfare of our children and young people Ensure compliance with Arks data protection rules and procedures Liaise with colleagues and external contacts at all levels of seniority with confidence, tact and diplomacy Work with Ark Central and other academies in the Ark network, to establish good practice throughout the network, offering support where required This job description is not an exhaustive list and you will be expected to carry out any other reasonable tasks as directed by your line manager. Person Specification: Early Years Practitioner: NurseryQualifications Level 3 Early Years Qualification Maths and English GCSE or equivalent at grade C or above (or equiv) Degree (desirable) Knowledge, Skills and Experience Experience establishing successful learning relationships with students in Early Years, treating them consistently with respect and consideration. Experience of the role of an Early Years Practitioner particularly working with children in a Nursery setting including; classroom organisation and management, supporting the planning and delivery of the curriculum, implementing behaviour and learning strategies Good working knowledge of the Early Years Foundation Stage Framework Good communication, numeracy and literacy skills Good administrative, organisational and computer skills Competent with computers and other technology Excellent communication and interpersonal skills with children and adults Able to deal with minor incidents, first aid, and pupil’s personal health and hygiene Able to speak another language, play a musical instrument or coach a sport (desirable) Behaviours Genuine passion for and a belief in the potential of every pupil A robust awareness of keeping children safe, noticing safeguarding and welfare concerns, and you understand how and when to take appropriate action. Belief that every student should have access to an excellent education regardless of background Professional outlook, detailed orientated and able to multi task and meet deadlines A team player that can work collaboratively as well as using own initiative Helpful, positive, patient and caring nature Calm and professional under pressure Understanding of the importance of confidentiality and discretion Flexible attitude towards work and demonstrates sound judgement Other Right to work in the UK Commitment to equality of opportunity and the safeguarding and welfare of all students Willingness to undertake training This post is subject to an enhanced DBS check Ark is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people in our academies.  In order to meet this responsibility, we follow a rigorous selection process. This process is outlined here, but can be provided in more detail if requested. All successful candidates will be subject to an enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service check.Early Years Practitioner: Nursery VacancyReporting to: Assistant HeadLocation: Ark Priory Primary AcademyContract: Fixed Term (to the end of the academic year with a view to extend)Working Pattern: Term TimeSalary: £17,655 pro-rataDisclosure level: EnhancedClosing Date: Wednesday 6th July 2022Interviews to be held:   11th July 2022 Visits to our school are warmly encouraged; to arrange, please call Miss Campbell on 020 3110 0717 Joining Ark Priory Primary Academy is an exciting opportunity to help create an outstanding school and embark on a rewarding career path.Ø  Looking for a new and exciting challenge?Ø  Excited by the prospect of helping to develop a new, growing school?Ø  Opportunity to work in supportive team with many opportunities for career progression. Ark Priory Primary Academy is a two form entry primary school that opened in September 2013.  Ark Priory, rated “outstanding” by Ofsted in June 2015 has exceeded national results in KS1 assessments consistently. The academy phonics programme is a particular strength with 100% pass rates in year 1 for three years running. This is not, however, at the expense of a broad and rich curriculum with the academy being a STEM partner school for the Enthuse award and currently working towards the Artsmark for excellence in music, art and drama. This is emphasised by the academies 4 p.m. finish time allowing children the space to consolidate outstanding academic foundations as well as flourish as informed and well-rounded individuals.If you are looking for an opportunity to contribute to propel a new school forward and be part of children’s development at a crucial time in their life, we would love to hear from you.Ark Priory Primary Academy aims to provide the best possible education and experience for our pupils. Please see our website to find out more. Our ideal candidate will:be a positive role model for the pupils in their care, believe in the potential of every child and be committed to seeing that every child reaches that potential, be able to inspire learning beyond the classroom, ensuring that learning doesn’t stop once the school day ends, possess the skills and determination to make a significant difference to the lives of the children, be happy to contribute to the success of this exciting new learning community. Our core values are “courage,” “exploration,” “endeavour” and “excellence.”  We take great pride in the diversity of our student body, celebrating all backgrounds and cultures. Our community is already very strong and we are fortunate to have a committed and supportive parent body.If you are an outstanding individual who has drive and enthusiasm, and who will relish a rewarding, new opportunity please submit an application today.If you have any queries regarding your application, please contact Miss Campbell on 020 3110 0717Ark is committed to safeguarding children; successful candidates will be subject to an enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service check. Early Years Practitioner: Nursery VacancyReporting to: Assistant HeadLocation: Ark Priory Primary AcademyContract: Fixed Term (to the end of the academic year with a view to extend)Working Pattern: Term TimeSalary: £17,655 pro-rataDisclosure level: Enhanced The RoleAs an Early Years Practitioner in our Nursery your role will be: To have the skill, creativity, commitment, energy and enthusiasm required to deliver excellent Nursery provision. To ensure a high standard of physical, emotional, social and intellectual care for all children in their care in Nursery. To ensure all children are safeguarded and their welfare and safety is promoted. To provide an enabling environment in Nursery which all children can play, learn and develop. Key ResponsibilitiesIn Nursery: To promote the aims and objectives of the Nursery. To promote the high standards of the Nursery at all times to parents, staff and visitors To follow the Nursery safeguarding procedures to ensure all children are kept safe, well and secure. To ensure the provision of high standards of physical and emotional care. To contribute to the assessment of children’s development and learning journals. Undertake required domestic jobs within the nursery as required. Participate fully in team meetings and training. Read, understand and adhere to all policies and procedures within the school and Nursery. Ensure good standards of safety, hygiene and cleanliness are maintained. Supporting children with self care when required. Ensure mealtimes are pleasant social experience To undertake any other duties as determined by the management Support for the school: Supervise pupils in playgrounds, lunchrooms etc and assist with general pastoral care  Accompany teachers and pupils on trips and out of school activities as required within contract hours, taking responsibility for pupils under the supervision of the teacherOther  Actively promote the safety and welfare of our children and young people Ensure compliance with Arks data protection rules and procedures Liaise with colleagues and external contacts at all levels of seniority with confidence, tact and diplomacy Work with Ark Central and other academies in the Ark network, to establish good practice throughout the network, offering support where required This job description is not an exhaustive list and you will be expected to carry out any other reasonable tasks as directed by your line manager. Person Specification: Early Years Practitioner: NurseryQualifications Level 3 Early Years Qualification Maths and English GCSE or equivalent at grade C or above (or equiv) Degree (desirable) Knowledge, Skills and Experience Experience establishing successful learning relationships with students in Early Years, treating them consistently with respect and consideration. Experience of the role of an Early Years Practitioner particularly working with children in a Nursery setting including; classroom organisation and management, supporting the planning and delivery of the curriculum, implementing behaviour and learning strategies Good working knowledge of the Early Years Foundation Stage Framework Good communication, numeracy and literacy skills Good administrative, organisational and computer skills Competent with computers and other technology Excellent communication and interpersonal skills with children and adults Able to deal with minor incidents, first aid, and pupil’s personal health and hygiene Able to speak another language, play a musical instrument or coach a sport (desirable) Behaviours Genuine passion for and a belief in the potential of every pupil A robust awareness of keeping children safe, noticing safeguarding and welfare concerns, and you understand how and when to take appropriate action. Belief that every student should have access to an excellent education regardless of background Professional outlook, detailed orientated and able to multi task and meet deadlines A team player that can work collaboratively as well as using own initiative Helpful, positive, patient and caring nature Calm and professional under pressure Understanding of the importance of confidentiality and discretion Flexible attitude towards work and demonstrates sound judgement Other Right to work in the UK Commitment to equality of opportunity and the safeguarding and welfare of all students Willingness to undertake training This post is subject to an enhanced DBS check Ark is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people in our academies.  In order to meet this responsibility, we follow a rigorous selection process. This process is outlined here, but can be provided in more detail if requested. All successful candidates will be subject to an enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service check.

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