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Early Years Practitioner

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Whitefield Academy Trust CMYK

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Term time only

34 hours per week x 45.6 weeks per year

Salary: S12-S16 £21,126 to £22,690

 

About Whitefield Academy Trust

With an ethos based on enjoyment, achievement and wellbeing for all, Whitefield Academy Trust seeks to open up the world for children and young people with SEND.  Located in Waltham Forest, the Trust comprises Joseph Clarke School (for children with vision impairment and /or additional needs), Whitefield School (for pupils with complex needs including autism, learning difficulties and sensory and physical impairments), Professional Development Services and the highly successful Project SEARCH East London.

We are expert in serving children and young people with SEND and giving them the tools, skills and confidence to move on to the next stages of their education and lives.

The Role

The post will be based in the Early Years Foundation Stage in the first instance but the successful candidate may be required to work in Key Stage 1 as necessary

Early years practitioners work with the teacher to establish a structured free flow of learning to ensure individuals learning experiences are met across the curriculum area identified by the teacher.

This role supports and celebrates pupils’ achievements working alongside the teacher using specialist skills and the ability to recognise one’s own strengths and skills.

Why join Whitefield Academy Trust?

Just as we seek to give our pupils an outstanding school experience, we want every member of our team to find being part of Whitefield Academy Trust a fulfilling and enjoyable experience.  Whatever their role, we are committed to supporting each team member and giving them every opportunity to progress their careers across our schools and services.

We are proud to offer:

  • A wide-ranging and high-quality CPD programme which can be tailored around each team member’s unique skills and career aspirations;
  • A welcoming and inspiring working environment in which colleagues look out for and support one another;
  • Opportunities to share best practices and ideas with colleagues across the Trust;
  • Wellbeing support mechanisms including practical and emotional support and a Staff Wellbeing Group;
  • A strong mentoring scheme;
  • Recognition of continuous service with Local Authorities and other academy trusts for various employment entitlements;
  • Refer a friend to work scheme and earn £300
  • Interest free loans for bicycle purchase;
  • Childcare voucher scheme;

But, above all, working at Whitefield Academy Trust is a highly rewarding and satisfying experience.  Thanks to the commitment, energy and determination of our staff, all of our children and young people make fantastic progress during their time with us.  Watching their progress and working alongside families is immensely satisfying and, as a Trust, we take every opportunity to recognise and celebrate the important role our staff play in transforming the lives of our children and young people.

Find out more

For an informal conversation about the role please make an appointment with - Chelsea Peters on ext 3002 to speak with the Principal – Rachel Rai

To download an application form, see below or contact the Human Resources Department: recruitment@whitefieldacademytrust.org.uk

Closing date:    31 May 2022

Interview date:  w/c 13 June 2022

Whitefield Academy Trust is uncompromising in its commitment to safeguarding children and young people. 

The Trust is committed to promoting a diverse and inclusive community - a place where we can all be ourselves and succeed on merit, ensuring best practice in our recruitment process is essential to our commitment.

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Early Years Practitioner Job Description 12th May 2022 Download
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Job Specification

Role
Early Years Practitioner
Subject
Special Educational Needs and Disability (SEND)
Closing Date
31 May 2022
Start Date
ASAP
Job Reference
EYP-May2022
Location
E17 4AZ
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Any Questions?

For further information about this vacancy please contact us using Ref: EYP-May2022.

Human Resources Department
02085313426

Job Specification

Role
Early Years Practitioner
Subject
Special Educational Needs and Disability (SEND)
Closing Date
31 May 2022
Start Date
ASAP
Job Reference
EYP-May2022
Location
E17 4AZ
Get Directions

Any Questions?

For further information about this vacancy please contact us using Ref: EYP-May2022.

Human Resources Department
02085313426

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