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Heacham Infant & Nursery School
Heacham Infant and Nursery School (part of West Norfolk Academies Trust) is looking for a qualified and enthusiastic applicant for the vacancy of Nursery Room Manager to work mornings supporting the learning, wellbeing and safety of two year old children in the nursery. This role forms part of our EYFS provision. The role will also involve managing the two Nursery Room Practitioners who will support this provision.
This post is15 hours per week, 39 weeks per year (Term Time + 1 week)
This is a Fixed Term Contract to run 1st January 2018 31st December 2020 initially.
Salary: Scale E, Pts 18 21, (£9.78 - £10.65/hour) (£18,870 - £20, 541 Per Annum, FTE based on a 37 hour week) Please note that salary will be pro rata.
Heacham Infant and Nursery School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. This includes obtaining references and ensures compliance with the DBS process.
To apply please complete an application form (please note that this document is in 3 parts - please see the application guidance form for more information) and email this to: email@example.com
Alternatively please send your application into the school addressed to the HR Department, West Norfolk Academies Trust, c/o Springwood High School, Queensway, King's Lynn, Norfolk, PE30 4AW
Closing Date for Applications: 05-Dec-2018Please mention School Job Search when replying to this advertisement
A primary academy of West Norfolk Academies Trust
Together we explore, discover achieve and grow; developing outstanding practice
Our friendly, inclusive Infant school is situated in a large village on the West Norfolk coast. We believe it is important to work in partnership with you and your children to develop and build on their skills to create the best opportunities for their future. We will work hard to communicate your child's achievement throughout school, discussing targets and plans to support progress on a regular basis.
We have adopted the New Inspire Curriculum as a starting point to plan inspiring learning sequences and extend key skills through a breadth of engaging themes. We aim to develop childrens spiritual, moral, cultural and social skills suitable for modern Britain. This means that in our school we encourage respect, tolerance, kindness and thoughtfulness. It also means that we value and celebrate differences between us. We hope to raise our young childrens aspirations through links with the wider community and world.
We have great facilities, including extensive outdoor space and a Nursery offering flexible provision, including some full day spaces, for our 3-4 year olds. We plan trips, visits and workshops every term to make learning fun and offer a good range of after school clubs including Art Club, Childrens University, PE club, Football club, ICT and French.
Good achievement, happiness and good behaviour are our priorities and we ensure good care and guidance from dedicated staff and governors.