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Keyworker

Wellington Eagles Primary AcademyWiltshire

Working hours: 22 hours per week 

Permanent 

The Nest is registered for 28 children between the ages of two–five years and will be accepting government funded sessions. Our opening times will be 8.30am – 15:30pm daily term time only.

Duties will include: Assisting with the planning of the curriculum; supporting the ethos of The Nest and to create a welcoming and family friendly environment; helping set up for the daily programme and to help tidy away at the end of the session; acting as a keyworker to a group of children liaising closely with carers/parents and ensuring each child’s needs are recognised and met; providing learning opportunities for children, offering an appropriate level of support and stimulation; keeping up to date with observation and record keeping of the children you are a keyworker to; writing a transfer record for each keyworker child when they leave the setting; completing the 2 year old assessment check. 

To be considered for the role you must possess:

  • a good standard of education, with a minimum of 5 GCSE’s graded A (7) – C (4).
  • ambition for success and a desire to grow personally & professionally.
  • excellent communication, organisational and time-management skills.
  • ability to handle employee information in confidential manner.

If you believe you have the commitment and desire to work in an environment which values all staff as well as setting the highest standards and expectations, then please apply.

Please download and complete an Application Form, CVs are not accepted. 

Closing Date: Friday 17 December 2021

The role requires unsupervised working with children and is a regulated activity as defined in the latest version of Keeping Children Safe in Education.

Wellington Primary Academy is committed to ensuring the highest level of safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and expect all our staff and volunteers share this commitment.

Wellington School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people, vulnerable adults and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. We particularly welcome applications from underrepresented groups including ethnicity, gender, transgender, age, disability, sexual orientation or religion. Please note any position that involves working with children requires a declaration if ALL convictions and cautions regardless of whether these are deemed as ‘spent’. An enhanced DBS check will be carried out before any employment commences.

References will be obtained before the interview, at the shortlisting stage, and will be used as part of the interview process. If previous employment has included working with children, then at least one reference must be from this employment, regardless of whether this is the current employer. Any gaps in employment must be detailed and an explanation provided in the relevant section.



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