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Wraparound Care Play Worker

Reference: JUN20212852
Expiry date: 12:00, 02 July 2021
Location: Nightingale Infant and Nursery School
Salary: £9.62 - £9.81 Per Hour
Benefits: Pension
Attachments: GR1153BeforeAfterSchoolPlayWorker.doc

Part-Time : 21 hours 40 minutes per week, 7.40am-9.00am and 3.00pm-6.00pm Monday to Friday Job share may be possible 

Permanent from 6 September 2021 

Nightingale Infant and Nursery School wishes to appoint a fun and enthusiastic Before/After School Club Play Worker to supervise, guide and assist the children at a new Wraparound Care venture in school. 

This role will involve working with pupils aged 3-7 from Nightingale Infant and Nursery School. The Play Worker will be responsible for ensuring the safety, general welfare and proper conduct of pupils and ensure that the Clubs are a positive and enjoyable experience.  

The successful candidate will: 

  • Love caring for and playing with children – we are a play-based setting 
  • Have at least 1 years’ experience working with children in a school or quality childcare setting. 
  • Have lots of energy, a positive attitude and be prepared to turn your hand to just about anything. 
  • As part of a small team, you will need to join, and in some cases lead, fun and games in a group of up to 30 children aged 3-7 years. 
  • Ensure the children are safe and happily engaged at all times. 
  • Set up and put away equipment, toys, tables and chairs. 
  • Prepare and serve a balanced, nourishing breakfast to the children who have opted for it. 
  • Interact with parents. 
  • Have an understanding of Safeguarding to ensure the safety of children at all times. 
  • To administer basic First Aid when needed, document accidents using accident forms and contact parents if required. 

In return we can offer: 

  • Opportunities to develop skills and access appropriate training 
  • A supportive and skilled staff team 
  • A supportive and challenging Trust  
  • A pleasant and well maintained working environment 
  • Many hard-working and polite pupils 

This school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. Any offer of employment will be subject to receipt of satisfactory references and an Enhanced DBS disclosure. 

Expressions of interest by email ( in the first instance to Sarah Hutt by 12 noon on 2 July 2021  

Interview date: 6 July 2021