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Supporting Young Learners

Protocol offers work for unqualified or part-qualified nursery and early years support workers in a range of settings including:

  • Day nurseries

  • Children's Centres

  • Creches

  • Play schemes

Our Jobs

Nursery Support

Early Years LSA

SEND TA – Early Years Are you now looking for an exciting new long-term role as SEN Teaching Assistant within...

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Newham Nursery Support

Early Years LSA

SEND TA – Early Years Are you now looking for an exciting new long-term role as SEN Teaching Assistant within...

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Redbridge Nursery Support

Early Years LSA

SEND TA – Early Years Are you now looking for an exciting new long-term role as SEN Teaching Assistant within...

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Lambeth Nursery Support

Nursery Assistant

Nursery Assistant - Full Time or Part Time - Flexible hours - Qualified or Unqualified - £10.65 - £12.00  ...

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Southwark Nursery Support

Nursery Assistant

Nursery Assistant - Full Time or Part Time - Flexible hours - Qualified or Unqualified - £10.65 - £12.00 per...

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Islington Nursery Support

Nursery Assistants Required

We are currently looking for a nursery assistant to work at a private day nursery in Islington! This position is...

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Barnet Nursery Support

Early Years Support Barnet

We are currently recruiting! We are currently looking for an EYP who can work part time, and to start as...

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Basildon Nursery Support

Teaching Assistant - Year 4

We are looking for experienced Support workers to work in a local primary school to support children with special needs. ...

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Leicester Nursery Support

Nursery Assistant

Protocol Education are working closely with nurseries in the Leicestershire areas who require Nursery Nurses or Nursery Assistants to start...

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Chesterfield Nursery Support

Nursery Assistant

Protocol Education are working closely with a nursery setting in the Chesterfield area. The ideal candidate should be available to...

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Lambeth Nursery Support

Nursery Assistant

Nursery Assistant - Full Time or Part Time - Flexible hours - Qualified or Unqualified - £10.65 - £12.00  ...

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Southwark Nursery Support

Nursery Assistant

Nursery Assistant - Full Time or Part Time - Flexible hours - Qualified or Unqualified - £10.65 - £12.00 per...

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Croydon Nursery Support

Early Years Teaching Assistant (Part Time)

Have you got a passion for working with young children and are you looking to build a career within Early...

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Scunthorpe Nursery Support

Nursery Assistant/EYFS TA

This wonderful nursey/Reception class in a school based in Scunthorpe are looking for a nursery practitioner who ideally has had...

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South Gloucestershire Nursery Support

Nursery Assistant

Start date ASAP We are working with a variety of private nurseries in South Gloucestershire who are looking for nursery...

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