Early Years Practitioner – “Fun, Ethical, Try Your Hardest”. Sound like you?
Are you passionate about learning?
Position: Early Years Practitioner
Dates: September 2021
Location: Slough, Berkshire
Contract type: Full Time, Permanent
Salary: 37 hours a week, Level 5 SCP 13 - 23, £23,576 to £28,690
This is a fantastic opportunity for someone who can ignite learning and thrives on developing themselves and others.
We are looking for a skilled and passionate Early Years Practitioner (EYP), to join our friendly, ambitious, and motivated school. The ideal candidate will have excellent literacy skills and the ability to energise and enthuse others. Wexham Court has a reputation for exceptional behaviour and providing quality professional development for teachers and leaders. Our leaders grow together, learning from each other and providing support along the way. Join our team to become a truly knowledgeable and expert in your craft.
We are proud of our profession and seek to be both knowledgeable and skilled. This is achieved through our Professional Learning Communities (PLCs), which enable our EYPs to become informed, take a lead role in school improvement and shape the learning across the school.
As a result of the PLCs, we have developed our own unique approach to professional development and ensuring we have the right curriculum in place for our pupils. It is led by the interests and passions of teachers and pupils. Our wellbeing curriculum develops self-reflection in sport, RE and PSHE and supports the development of mental and physical health.
Wexham Court a three-form Primary school with Nursery attached. The school is built on a historic site and boasts beautiful grounds. We are located five minutes’ drive from Black park, Windsor with excellent links to all major motor ways, airports, and trains stations. The High-speed train into London has resulted in development of the town.
The school can offer:
Exceptional behaviour and happy children
Outstanding evidence based professional development
Staff lead, excellent work life balance through weekly staff feedback
An outstanding indoor and outdoor leaning environment, led by the interests of our pupils
A school-wide commitment to improving work life balance and wellbeing events such as staff netball team, mindfulness workshops, golden tickets days etc…
Free qualified counsellors, free health care, finance advice, support with housing
DfE qualified Mental Health First Aider to support staff and pupils
The ideal candidate will have:
A comprehensive understanding of the Early Years Framework.
Experience in using tracking and recording daily assessment.
An outstanding knowledge of phonics, preferably Read Write Inc.
Able to plan, teach and assess small groups.
A passion for learning and commitment to the team and wider community.
Vision, ambition, and drive.
We are a friendly and caring school that is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children.
We are actively committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of our students and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. All appointments will be made subject to satisfactory references and an enhanced DBS disclosure.