Early Years Educator Apprentice - Witton-le-Wear Primary School

This is a fantastic opportunity for someone who is looking for an opportunity to work with a highly trained, professional team in our Early Years Department. Do you have a passion for working with children?

Reference Number:
Witton-le-Wear, Bishop Auckland
Closing Date:
06 June 2023
Estimated Start Date:
September 2023
Qualification(s) Earned:
Early Years Educator - Level 3

Wages and Hours

37hrs and £195.36 per week. 8am - 4pm Monday to Wednesday, Thursday (college) 9am-5pm, 8am - 3:30pm Friday. Role is term time only.

Job Description

Working in the EYFS department –This could include personal care for the children. Key Tasks: • Work in partnership with teachers and other professionals to provide effective support for learning activities • Contribute to the planning and evaluating of learning activities • Observe and report on pupil performance • Contribute to maintaining pupil records • Take a full and active role in preparing and maintaining the learning environment • Co-ordinate written reports and to contribute to school reports for other agencies • To work with individual children, with small groups of children, and whole class under the overall supervision of the class teacher

Pastoral Care - Key Tasks: • Know the individual children • Talking and listening to children • Communicate with parents • Communicate with other team members • Give appropriate help throughout the school day, including the children’s break and lunch times - this may mean having your own breaks at other times • Provide advice and support to colleagues in all aspects of their work • Support school policy regarding equality diversity

School Identity • Promote a positive image of the school to children, parents/carers and visitors • Involve children in the life of the wider community • Promote effective relationships with parents and carers in line with the School policy

Health - Key Tasks: • Contribute to both the physical and emotional health, and the well-being of the children • Liaise with teachers, SENCO and other staff with regard to children with Special Needs • Liaise with Health Service professionals and others supporting children’s health and/or medical needs

Personal and Career Development - Key Tasks: • Review and develop your own professional practice • Identify training needs • Undergo appropriate training • Take on additional, job extending tasks

Person Specification

Qualities required: • Communication skills • IT skills • Organisation skills • Customer care skills • Presentation skills • Number skills • Team working • Creative • Initiative • Non-judgemental • Patience

Qualifications required: GCSE or equivalent English (Grade 9-4 or A*-C) essential, GCSE or equivalent Maths (Grade 9-4 or A*-C) essential

To apply for this apprenticeship email us your CV stating the reference "1387" at apprenticeships@bacoll.ac.uk.