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Nursery Nurse

  • Location: Brent
  • Start date: 25 Feb 2019
  • Category: Early Years
  • Job reference: PE11109271
  • Branch: London Nursery North
  • Consultant: Daniel Gordon
  • Call: 0208 371 7900
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Job description
We are recruiting for a private day nursery located in a basement flat of a large Victorian house in the Brent area.
The Nursery has been going for over 20 years and it is situated in a residential area close to Queens Park and Kilburn High Road where they have many transportation links and nearby shops and cafes.
The nursery takes up to 15 children aged from 2 to 5 years on a full time or part time basis and is open five days a week from 8:30am to 6:00pm

The children have a routine they stick to and their activities are varied such as
Learning letters
Recognising and writing their name
Drawing
Listening to stories
Singing songs
Problem solving
Numeracy and reasoning which includes recognising numbers
Counting
Shapes and sorting
Creative development which includes sand, water, malleable play
Cutting, sticking and painting
Celebrating different festivals and discussing different cultures in society
Playing in the garden with trikes, bikes, scooters
Throwing, kicking and catching a ball
Climbing, running and playing on the equipment
Becoming independent: Feeding & dressing themselves and using the toilet
Sharing and making friends and helping themselves to activities


The nursery consists of 3 rooms and benefits from a large garden which gives the children free time to explore and play.
Room 1 is the playroom which consists of six areas of development.
Room 2 is the Preschool room where the older children are after lunch and have their quiet time
Outdoor Classroom
This is where we provide the six areas of learning on a larger and different scale
Garden
The garden has a climbing frame, slide, trampoline, sea-saw and the space to run around freely.

The right candidate has to be enthusiastic, have the energy to care for the children and be able to use their own initiative.

To apply you need and if it is a role you would like to be put forward for please email me on francesca.spicer@protocol-education.com
> An up to date DBS
> 2 references from your most recent employment
> Level 2 or 3 Nursery Nurse qualification
> A year+ experience working in a nursery





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