Early Years Practitioner
£ 8.50-10.00 per hour (dependant on experience and terms) Exact hours to be agreed
Bagshot Community Pre-School is a well-established pre-school offering the highest standards of care and play opportunities to children aged 2 to 5 years of age. Our overall ethos is to nurture and establish our children’s love for learning and exploration by providing the best possible experiences and opportunities. We embrace a culture of joining in the children's play and are now looking for an additional self-motivated practitioner to join us in getting messy, creative and having fun whilst engaging the children in inspirational learning moments.
We currently have an opportunity to work within our small community based, charity pre-school to really make a difference to the lives of our children and their families. Working as part of the Bagshot Community Pre-School team, you will deliver high-quality play and learning opportunities through a wide range of experiences. You will be able to communicate well with young children and their parents and carers, have working knowledge and experience of the key person role and the Early Years Foundation Stage. With a minimum of a level 3 full and relevant early years or childcare qualification, you will be confident to identify and facilitate learning
opportunities within children’s play and be committed to your own continued professional development. Bagshot Community Pre-School offers a supportive, team working environment, with opportunities for further training, and welcome applications from all sections of the community.
To apply, please email the application form to
firstname.lastname@example.org (Please check your junk/spam folders as replies from our address can occasionally get missed). Please provide a daytime contact telephone number on your email.
Bagshot Community Pre-School is committed to the safeguarding of all children, therefore all appointments are subject to receiving an enhanced disclosure from the Disclosure and Barring Service which we consider acceptable, as well as appropriate references.