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Nursery Nurse

  • Location: Harrow
  • Start date: 13 Feb 2019
  • Category: Early Years
  • Job reference: PE11112911
  • Branch: London Nursery North
  • Consultant: Daniel Gordon
  • Call: 0208 371 7900
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Job description
We are excited to welcome a new member of the team to work in a top nursery which is part of a chain situated in the Harrow area, it is local to transportation, shops and cafes.

About the Nursery

At the nursery they believe that the children have sensitive periods for learning. These are times when the child will be sensitive to a certain type of knowledge and will learn effortlessly. The environment is carefully designed to respond to the child's needs at these stages and provides maximum opportunity for their development.
The Nursery staff are an important part of the classroom, they are trained to observe and respond to the needs of individual children as well as the whole group and are concerned with all the aspects of the child's development, social, emotional, intellectual, physical and creativity always, teacher treats the children in the care with respect, courtesy and a positive attitude.


The Nursery use different learning techniques and approaches for their children to benefit and gain and as much knowledge.

ØStimulation
ØLearning through senses
ØFreedom to learn
ØStimulation
ØIndependence
ØInterest of learning
ØSelf-discipline
ØRepetition


What they are looking for?

Øsomeone who can work on a full-time basis from Monday-Friday

ØCan work 40 per week - which will be shifts between the hours of 7.30am and 6pm

ØThe right candidate needs to have enthusiasm, dedication, energy and stability to be able to care for the children and can use their own initiative and be able to problem solve.

The Nursery brings an exciting opportunity for someone who wants stimulation and be able to comply an eclectic mix of activities and to be kept busy.

To apply for this role, you need a Nursery Nurse level 2 and above, an up to date DBS, 2 recent references from your most recent employment.

if you are interested in this role please email me: francesca.spicer@protocol-education or ring me on 02083717902.



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