Early Years Practitioner Apprentice (Blurton Primary School)
Salary pro rata to 31.83 hours per week term time only
Fixed term for the duration of the apprenticeship (approx. 2 years)
The Meadows Primary Academy is a thriving, successful school in the heart of the city. We have around 420 pupils aged 3-11 on roll and our modern school is set in extensive grounds in a surprisingly peaceful environment.
We are looking for an Early Years Practitioner apprentice to join our Early Years team and work alongside our nursery and reception classes whilst undertaking an NVQ Level 3 in Early Years. We are looking for someone who ideally already has some Early Years’ experience and is now wanting to further their career by obtaining their level 3 NVQ and gain more experience in a school EYFS setting. Please see the job description for more information about the role.
The successful candidate will:
. Have high expectations of themselves and others, including pupils
. Be willing to learn from other team members and constantly improve their skills and knowledge
. Have passion, dedication and commitment
. Hold high aspirations for all children
. Have the ability to engage and inspire children
. Be an excellent role model
. Be keen to pursue professional development
. Have a great sense of humour
We can offer you a school which:
. Has wonderful children
. Experienced staff who can support you through your NVQ
. Is successful, popular and well resourced
. Has friendly, dedicated staff with high expectations
For further information and an application form please see the school website. Interested candidates are encouraged to visit the school by prior arrangement, please contact Miss Amy James to organise a school visit.
Closing Date: Friday 8th June – 12 noon
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