Today I was a villain in Gotham City, I was chased by Batman and Spiderman. They fired spider webs and bat discs at me. Thankfully the Gruffalo came to my rescue with his magic potion to save me. Then we were all friends again and sat down to have some dinner. We discussed which vegetable made us stronger, carrots or peas, and if we were to invent our own vegetable what we would call it. The others all decided they would call their vegetable “poo”, but I wasn’t convinced that anyone would want to eat it.
With our bellies full we decided we wanted to make the biggest, most gigantic tower in the world but first we had to plan it. Spiderman got the crayons, Batman got the paper and we drew lots of different types of tower, but in the end, we liked the Gruffalo’s drawing the best. With our hard hats on we began construction, we were half way through when a tiger knocked it down. The Gruffalo cried but we worked together and built it back up again. The tower was massive, bigger than each of us.
To us at Brentry and Henbury Children’s Centre, this is just another normal working day. If you would like this to be your normal, apply for one of our jobs today,
Do you enjoy working within a motivated team and supporting children and their families to reach their full potentials?
Here are BHCC we are currently looking to recruit an Early Years Practitioner; full time and part time positions are available.
Salary: £18,018 - £19,871 p.a. full time, pro-rata for part-time hours rising to £21,460 from April 2022
Hours of work: Full time and Part time to cover between the hours of 7.45am and 5:30pm, Monday to Friday. This post is all year round.
As a centre we are passionate about staff well-being and can offer a variety of benefits including long service awards and excellent training opportunities.
Some of the other benefits of working with us:
- Highly skilled, inspirational and motivated team
- External and internal staff development
- Christmas closure
- Regular supervision, coaching and support given
- Annual leave which increases with length of service
- Long service recognition
- Sociable working hours
- Uniform provided
- Option of staff lunch menu which is affordable and homemade
- Gain close working relationships multi-professionals including health, Social Care and our Family Support team
- Flu vaccination offered
- Free onsite car park
Closing date: 9.00am, Thursday 17 February 2022
Interviews taking place: To be confirmed
Previous applicants need not re-apply
Brentry and Henbury Childrens Centre is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.
We particularly welcome applications from under represented groups including ethnicity, gender, transgender, age, disability, sexual orientation or religion.