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Kiddie Kapers Neighbourhood Nursery
The Willow Centre, Ashford Kent
TN23 4EY

This is an exciting and challenging opportunity for an experienced Early Years Teacher to continue implementing the EYFS in our popular children’s nursery and help drive the organisation towards our aspiration of achieving early excellence status.
You will be responsible for but not limited to:

• Supporting the Nursery Manager and Deputy in the effective running of the Nursery, embracing the settings ethos, values and vision

• Promote and contribute to the development of excellence at all times

• To assume overall responsibility for raising the quality of early years provision

• To lead teaching and learning across the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS)

• Plan and provide safe, appropriate, child-led and adult initiated experiences, activities and play opportunities in indoor, outdoor, and out of setting contexts, which enable children to develop and learn

• Maintain an overview of quality across the EYFS through data analysis, teaching observations, learning walks, monitoring of observations, assessment and planning

• To follow the principles of Education for Sustainable Development (ESD) working towards and promoting a setting that is socially inclusive, environmentally responsible and economically conscientious regarding consumption of energy and resources.

Hours 22.5 per week term time only (times to be agreed) 3 Year Contract initially.

Salary between £15 and £18 per hour depending on qualifications
Closing date: 26th November 2019 Start date to be confirmed
Essential Qualification

Degree in Early Years Qualified Teacher (QTS) or Early Years Teacher (EYT) may consider Early Years Professional (EYPS) Essential Skills

• Detailed knowledge of child development for children aged birth to five years

• Knowledge of child protection and safeguarding procedures

• Detailed knowledge and evidence of understanding the characteristics of effective learning

Desired Skills

• Detailed knowledge of relevant theories and research related to childcare and education

• The ability to lead and support colleagues in order to affect change and improve outcomes for children

• The ability to review, analyse and evaluate your own and others’ practice

For further information relating to this post please contact either  Tracy Wratten on 03000 421896 

tracy.wratten@kent.gov.uk or Sheila Tong on 

03000 412950 Sheila. tong@kent.gov.uk and to request a copy of the full Job Description alongside the application pack, please email Maisie Collado 


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