Nursery Nurse Apprenticeship
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Gooseberry Bush Day Nursery (Kemble) is situated between Tetbury and Cirencester within a large single storey building featuring high specifications and facilities to ensure a safe and stimulating environment for all children.
The team of childcare professionals work hard to provide all children with the opportunity to develop their skills and knowledge during their time with them.
Gooseberry Bush Day Nursery (Kemble) are looking to recruit 2 Childcare Apprentices to work in their rural setting.
This role will involve working Monday to Friday over a 36 – 41 hour working week, the Apprentice will have the opportunity to work with a range of age groups, and covering the key Units of Competence for the L2 Diploma.
Helping to oversee, maintain and organise a clean, tidy, child-friendly environment. To supervise activities, such as messy play, crafts, cooking, reading and outdoor/physical pursuits.
This role will also involve personal care including changing nappies and toilet training.
Some key tasks will include but are not limited to:
To plan, prepare and participate in a range of activities that promotes each child’s physical, intellectual and emotional needs to enable each child to reach their full potential.
To participate in planned activities each day and to be confident at arranging spontaneous activities. You will also be expected to complete regular observations weekly in your key children.
Ensure that the environment is well set out and that resources are well presented and accessible and cleaned on a regular rota. Continuous Provision activities must be set out each morning and be in accordance with planning.
Supervise snacks and or meals and ensure that these times are a time of pleasant social sharing. Staff should sit and interact with their key children where possible and be a good role model.
To encourage where appropriate, all children to use cutlery, serve themselves, and sit at the tables during meal and snack times as this is an important element of planning to support learning and development.
To help children acquire self-help skills, including dressing, feeding, toilet training and an awareness of personal hygiene as this is an important element of planning to support learning and development.
Access to your own transport is essential due to out of town location.
Enthusiasm, punctuality and a willingness to learn about all facets of childcare.
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