Sanza Teaching Agency & Tradewind Recruitment are working exclusively with a Good Primary School based in the borough of Lewisham that are looking for a Nursery Nurse to join their EYFS team to work within the Nursery and Reception classes.
The Principal is delighted and proud to be Principal at such a happy and vibrant school where pupils, staff, governors, parents and the school community work extremely hard. The school has the highest ambitions and expectations for all our pupils and they aim to provide an excellent education that offers every pupil the choice of going on to university after school.
They are committed to outstanding teaching and learning which is achieved through a combination of challenge, support, encouragement and praise to ensure that all their pupils fulfil their true potential.
In 2014 the school were very pleased to have won a SSAT Educational Outcomes Award for their outstanding progress. The award is to recognise their achievement of being in the top 10% of primary schools nationally for value-added.
At this school you will find a warm, welcoming and purposeful environment, with staff committed to ensuring that every child receives the best education possible.
Candidates must be NNEB / NVQ 3 qualified in Early Years. A current First Aid certificate/Paediatric qualification is desirable. A sound working knowledge of the foundation stage and experience of working with 3-5 age range is essential. Excellent communication & written skills are required, together with the ability to be part of an energetic team delivering a creative curriculum linked to the Early Learning Goals.
The school are taking applications from Nursery nurses with a Level 3/ Cache 3 in Childcare. If you are dedicated and passionate about education and want to work in a good primary school then please apply to SANZA asap by submitting your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org or calling 0207 845 6240
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