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Level 3 Early Years Apprentice

Employer
Summerhill's Little Treasures
Location
Tipton, West Midlands
Salary
Minimum apprentice wage. £12,348 for the first 12 months.
Closing date
12 Jul 2024
Reference
Apprentice Early Years Assistant (Level 3)

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Sector
Education
Job Type
Childcare
Contract Type
Apprentice
Working Pattern
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Hours
Full-Time

We are delighted to advertise the role of Early Years Apprentice – Level 3
Salary: Minimum apprentice wage. £12,348 for the first 12 months.
Contract: Fixed term for the length of the apprenticeship. Full year. 37 hours per week. Start Date: 2nd September 2024
Summerhill’s Little Treasures has an exciting opportunity to recruit an experienced, committed and innovative Early Years’ Apprentice to join our team. Our setting is a lively, exciting place of learning. We work hard to raise our children’s aspirations and also value the individual achievements of each child. We are passionate about raising standards and improving the life chances of our children. We can offer well motivated, engaging children, and a very supportive staff. We are part of the highly successful Rivers C of E Academy Trust.
Your responsibilities will include:

Forming relationships with the children, enabling them to be comfortable in their surroundings

Providing an environment where children can learn through play and explore.

Working as part of a team to deliver a high standard of care and education.

To ensure that the pre-school is a safe environment for children, staff and others.

Good understanding of safeguarding and child protection issues.

Developing partnerships with parents/carers to increase involvement in their child’s development.

Developing partnerships with external agencies to support the development of the whole child.

Ensuring professionalism at all times in relation to confidentiality, reliability, punctuality and behaviour.

Following instructions and taking guidance to support own development within the EYFS setting.

To be responsible for any tasks delegated by the school leadership team.

To provide a safe, caring, stimulating educational environment, both indoors and outdoors, at all times.

To help ensure the EYFS setting meets Ofsted requirements at all times.

To work with other professionals in the local area for the benefit of children and families.

To understand and work to EYFS setting policies and procedures, including how to deal with child protection issues appropriately and how to respond to incidents, accidents, complaints and emergencies

To ensure records are properly maintained, e.g. daily attendance register, accident and incident book, risk assessments.

To liaise closely with parents/carers, informing them about the nursery and its curriculum, exchanging information about children’s progress and encouraging parents’ involvement.

To undertake any other reasonable duties as directed, in accordance with the preschool aims and objectives
Closing Date: 9am Friday 12th July 2024
Interview Date: Wednesday 17th July 2024
Start Date: 2nd September 2024 

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