Sale, Greater Manchester
Salary: £17,000.00 to £19,000.00 /year
This idyllic Nursery setting boasts a light and airy feel to all rooms. Set within a converted house over 2 floors, it offers the practitioner and children the opportunity to engage in many activities. With a large play area to the back of the house, practitioners are encouraged to develop learning through play. close to all public transport links (tram, train, and bus) the setting can also offer parking facilities to all.
As an early year’s practitioner, your roles and responsibilities include: Encouraging learning and development, through play and teaching. The Early Years Practitioner will work alongside the EYFS to observe, assess, and plan for the learning of the children in the setting. The role of the professional Early Years Practitioner is vital in ensuring all children are meeting their personal developmental goals and achieving the highest standard of learning available.
- excellent communication and listening skills.
- good organizational skills to plan the day and respond to the different needs of the children you teach.
- the ability to inspire and enthuse young children.
- energy, resourcefulness, responsibility, patience, and a caring nature.
· Doing the invaluable job of using the EYFS to help children grow into the best little people they can be!
· Developing and maintaining professional relationships with parents and carers. Using open dialogue and giving regular feedback so that we can support the families with little ones in our care ensuring well-being for all.
· Looking after every aspect of a child’s personal care needs each day. Keeping them happy, safe, stimulated, and making sure they have fun!
· Creating and maintaining an innovative learning space where children can explore and learn every day! Looking after our quality resources and both outdoor/indoor space.
· Promoting a healthy lifestyle for all children encouraging and supporting them at meal and snack times whilst also ensuring they have lots of time for active play!