Location: Hartlbury | Job starts: 12th July 2021 | Start salary: | £4.30 per hour | Request info
Job Description: Little Moors Farm Day Nursery is surrounded by 16 acres of the family home, offering space and stimulation for an outstanding education. Set up by two sisters, both qualified teachers and loving mums. They have created a home from home environment where children are happy and safe and learn how to work and play together. Little Moors provides exciting learning experiences, develops enquiring minds and a love of learning.
Duties: Apprentices are required to be as flexible as possible to meet the needs of the business. The average working week will be between 30-40 hours, Monday to Friday. Shifts TBC. Your apprenticeship will last for 13 months. You will be supported by an assessor throughout your apprenticeship. As you progress through your apprenticeship your duties and responsibilities will alter as you develop the skills for a successful career in childcare. • Strong inter-personal and communication skills • Creative, imaginative and willing to get stuck in • Patience and a caring nature The main responsibilities of this job role will include: • Supporting the development of the childcare provision • Providing an excellent range of activities that ensures that the child learns whilst having fun • Assisting the facility in meeting OFSTED requirements • Being a team player • Providing challenging and stimulating activities for all children appropriately • Undertaking First Aid training as required • Undertaking training as appropriate to meet any changes in standards or appropriate legal requirements as required • Ensuring that all Health and Hygiene requirements are always adhered to • Responsibility for equal opportunity in delivery, access and attitude in aspects of service delivery and management • Working with teams across the Centre • Supporting children’s learning and development, including supporting planning and observations • Preparing and maintaining the environment and resources for the children • Preparation of food for breakfast, snack and afternoon tea • Supporting children’s self-help needs • Being creative and enthusiastic • Following safeguarding rules • Working within confidentiality guidelines
Skills required: Applicants should have a desire to develop and enhance their childcare skills whilst working in a supportive nursery setting. This role is ideal for anybody who has a genuine passion for working with children and that is keen to learn and progress in their own professional development. The successful applicant will be a positive role model and enthusiastic individual.
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