Apprenticeship Programme name: Early Years Practitioner L2
Pay Structure: Our pay structure (National Minimum Wage for age, unless over 23 then you will be placed on 21-22 rate for first 12 months before moving to the National Minimum Wage for the age).
Length Of Apprentice: Practical training 12 months – 3 months EPA = 15 months in total the contract needs to be for.
We are a GOOD School...
Where 'leaders, other staff and governors have high expectations of what pupils can achieve. They have a shared vision in which pupils are at the centre of all they do. Personal development is a strength, leaders and staff promote pupils' well-being and mental health very well'. (OFSTED Report June 2019)
Are you passionate about working with children?
Are you curious about how children learn? Someone who is reflective about the teaching and learning journey who can identify ways forward, a risk taker committed to achieving the best outcomes?
Would you enjoy working in a team who are committed, enthusiastic, supportive and inspiring?
Henry Whipple Primary School could be the school for you …
Could you …
Believe in ALL of our children building strong and positive relationships
Belong to a learning community that values everyone?
Achieve your potential so that we can achieve the best possible outcomes for all of our children?
We are looking for an apprentice to join our Early Years Team who can believe in and reflect our school values of BBA as they embark on their own learning journey and would ideally suit a school leaver.
Please note that whilst in post you will also be required to work towards a Teaching Assistant Level 2 Apprenticeship qualification.
Come and find out more about us by booking a visit via the school office by telephoning O115 9155723
Closing date Friday 28th January 2022
Henry Whipple is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people. All staff and volunteers are therefore expected to behave in such a way that supports this commitment. Appointment to the posts below will be subject to the following pre-employment checks: health, identity, relevant work qualifications, right to work in the UK, professional registration (for qualified teaching staff), Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check, references and a Childcare Disqualification and Disqualification by Association Declaration (where applicable). A start date for successful job applicants will not be confirmed until clearance from all the above checks has been obtained. Please note that the DBS check will reveal all convictions, reprimands, cautions and bindovers even if considered spent within the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act. There is a DBS Code of Practice which governs this process. A copy of the Code of Practice is available at https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/dbs-code-of-practice