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Nursery Nurse - Sudbury Hill

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Job description

Are you a Nursery nurse with experience supporting children with special educational needs (SEN)?

Do you have CONFIDENCE leading a small group session?

We are looking for appoint Nursery Nurses for an immediate full-time role at an Ofsted rated 'Outstanding' Primary school in Ealing. The role involves supporting and leading small group learning sessions for children with severe learning difficulties, physical and medical needs.

The school based between Greenford and Sudbury Hill provides a range of personalised, creative, fun and interactive learning/social opportunities for children aged 2-14 years old with sensory, physical, learning and medical needs.

The school have a renowned child centred approach to learning with one-to-one support and lessons taught based on each child's learning and developmental needs. As lessons have an additional focus on development confidence in EYFS principles and approaches are vital. SEN specialist training can be provided, so if you have a caring, resilient nature with Nursery Nurse experience do not hesitate to apply.

Learn and develop in a new school with phenomenal pupil outcomes working closely with friendly and encouraging specialist staff to help each child reach their potential.

What the school are looking for:

  • Experience as a Nursery Nurse (Scale 7 preferred but all applications welcome)
  • Confidence leading small groups sessions under the guidance/supervision of the class teacher
  • Experience or confidence supporting special needs particularly medical needs and severe learning difficulties
  • Someone who will be punctual and open to on-going learning and development
  • Caring and resilient nature

Send your CV to Rachel TODAY to be considered for this immediate role in Ealing.

All applicants will require the appropriate qualifications and training for this role. Please see teachingpersonnel.com/faqs for details.

All pay rates quoted will be inclusive of 12.07% statutory holiday pay.

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