Early Years Practitioner (Holden Lane Primary School)

Location
Holden Lane Primary School, Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, ST1 6JS
Salary
Level 5 £20,444 - £22,571 pro rota
Posted
13 May 2022
Closes
06 Jun 2022
Contract Type
Part time permanent
Working Pattern
Term time

Early Years Practitioner

32.5 hrs - 8.45am to 3.45pm, term time only

The Governors are seeking to appoint an inspirational, creative, enthusiastic, highly skilled and well-motivated Early Years Practitioner to join our hardworking and committed team, from September 2022.

 

  1. To contribute to the planning for and delivery of the early years curriculum.
  2. To implement the agreed schools development plan.
  3. To contribute to the creating of an attractive/stimulating, safe/secure class/school environment through display and classroom organisation.
  4. To contribute to the assessment of pupils, particularly those in your particular group through observations, records and discussions with other team members, parents and the Headteacher.
  5. To support the maintenance of positive links between home and school by making parents feel welcome and develop links with other agencies.
  6. To maintain a safe environment for children, other staff and visitors so far as it is possible.
  7. To be aware of, and maintain, specific school policies which relate to pupils in the classroom, ie; behaviour, equal opportunities and marking where applicable.
     
    In return we can offer:
  8. A whole school community committed to high standards and continual school improvement.
  9. Happy, enthusiastic children who enjoy school.
  10. A dedicated, friendly and supportive staff.
  11. Excellent CPD opportunities.
     
    Visits to the school are encouraged and warmly welcomed. Application packs are available by emailing holdenlane@holdenlaneprimary.org
    Closing Date:  Monday 6th June 2022
     
    Holden Lane Primary is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.  Candidates are vetted thoroughly and appointments are subject to identity checks, DBS clearance and the production of satisfactory references.  Candidates will be asked about their commitment to safeguarding children at interview.