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Little Acorns Nursery in Great Warley, Brentwood are seeking motivated, talented nursery practitioners to be a part of our intimate setting within Woodlands Schools Ltd. This is a fantastic opportunity for professional growth and development.
We are looking for level 3 qualified Nursery Practitioners to work as part of a team to provide an outstanding service in our beautifully resourced nursery setting.
Salary and benefits
Competitive salary: £18,000 - 19,300
Lunch provided - discounted or free food
28 days holiday including bank holidays
Christmas Closure - paid stand down days
Free uniform, free training and free DBS check
Career Opportunities: Ongoing continuous development and early years quality training and mentoring
Company Pension Scheme
Qualifications and experience
NNEB, CACHE level 3, NVQ Level 3 or equivalent
1 year minimum experience
Excellent knowledge and understanding of the EYFS
Excellent organisational skills
Exceptional communication skills, energy and a positive 'can do' attitude
Passion for delivering outstanding childcare and learning
Little Acorns Nursery - Woodlands Schools is committed to the safeguarding of children. Child protection screening will apply to this post. Some of the information that we request on application is for this purpose.
Monday to Friday 40 hours per week or 4 long days per week with a fixed day off
If you wish to discuss this vacancy in full please contact Lyn Warren, Nursery Manager on 01277 245370, or send your CV to the address below.
Information about the School
Woodlands Schools and Little Acorns Nurseries offer an exceptional learning experience for children aged 3 months – 11 years at our independent, inclusive schools and nurseries located in Brentwood, Essex.
Little Acorns Nurseries
Our nursery setting is a warm, calm, safe and stimulating environment in which children can grow and develop to their full potential by learning through play and guided play.
We believe that children respond to fun, laughter, happiness, sensitivity, nature and magic, and through their time with us, we see them grow into trusting, compassionate and confident individuals.
We make full use of the extensive school grounds and offer outside activities all year round. Children safely play within the large nursery garden as well as venturing to the school's gymnasium, nature trail and ponds for wildlife spotting and exploration.
Our aim is to ensure our children feel valued and challenged every day, as we inspire them to be the best version of their best selves.
We combine all that is traditionally best, together with progressive and forward- thinking ideas, to enable pupils to become socially responsible citizens and life-long learners.
The school seeks to foster curiosity, independence and a love of learning in a happy and safe environment, allowing pupils to achieve their full potential in personal, social, spiritual and academic development.