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Childcare and Early Years Lecturer

Childcare and Early Years Lecturer

Riverside College - Kingsway Campus


  • Expired
Up to £36,342
Job type:
Full Time, Permanent
Apply by:
22 February 2018

Job overview

To deliver outstanding Childcare and Early Years provision at the College to ensure that achievement and the student experience are exceptional

Closing date 12 noon Thursday 22nd February 2018

This post is subject to an enhanced DBS Disclosure

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About Riverside College - Kingsway Campus

Riverside College is a mixed, non-denominational further education and tertiary college for students aged 16 and over. Its Kingsway campus is located in Widnes, Cheshire.

The college was founded in 2006 after a merger between Halton College and Widnes & Runcorn Sixth Form College. The Kingsway campus is one of the college’s three sites and is close to Widnes town centre.

Riverside College offers a range of educational options to students, including professional courses, apprenticeships, adult learning courses and higher education.

Head of college

Thalia Bell

Values and vision

Riverside College places the student at the centre of everything it does. It aims to help all learners realise their full potential during their time at the college. Staff aim to deliver the very best teaching, along with a broad range of enrichment activities. Personal tutors and teachers care about their students’ progress and hope to foster a friendly, safe and caring environment.

Riverside College wishes to create a community on campus where all students can flourish and feel valued.

Ofsted report

“The implementation of study programmes is effective. Clear progression routes are in place at all levels, with a range of academic or vocational programmes preparing students well for their next step. The design of programmes includes an appropriate focus to improve students’ skills in English and mathematics and more students are studying these subjects than previously.” 

“Students on study programmes, including those eligible for high needs funding, develop their vocational skills well through relevant work experience, work-related projects and competitions.”

View Riverside College’s latest Ofsted report

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