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Part-Time Geography class teacher
Independent School school in Kensington and ChelseaPart Time
2 Sep - Jul 25
Lovely independent primary school seeking a Geography teacher part-time for September start About the role: - Delivering engaging Geography lessons to primary and secondary school students - Planning and preparing lessons in line with the national curriculum - Providing constructive feedback to students to support their learning and development - Collaborating with colleagues to create a positive learning environment Requirements: - Qualified Teacher Status (QTS) or equivalent - Experience teaching Geography to primary and secondary school students - Strong communication and interpersonal skills - Ability to adapt teaching methods to suit the needs of individual students - Knowledge of the national curriculum and assessment requirements **Work life balance, better pay, on hands support**: At Zen Educate, we understand the importance of work-life balance for teachers and teaching assistants. We offer flexible part-time roles that allow you to manage your workload effectively. Additionally, we strive to provide competitive pay rates to ensure that you are fairly compensated for your hard work. Our team also provides hands-on support to help you find the right role that suits your skills and preferences. Join Zen Educate today and experience the benefits for yourself!
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Posted 4 days ago
Baby Room Leader
Independent School school in Kensington and ChelseaFull Time
12 Feb
Cameron Vale School is a prestigious independent preparatory schools for approximately 70 pupils aged 4 to 11 years old. It has an excellent reputation for delivering an outstanding all-round education, including successful entry and scholarships to many of London’s top senior schools. It is an exciting time of change and growth for the school, with the addition of a Baby Room as part of the 50 week nursery, The Chelsea Nursery, which takes children from 6 months to pre-Reception. Our staffing team are critical to the school’s continued success and the school has made some excellent recent appointments. We are delighted to have welcomed our new Headmistress, Mrs Alison Melrose, to the school last January. She has an outstanding track record including founding Prince’s Gardens Preparatory School, being a member of IAPS and ISA as well as Headship at Broomwood Hall and working with the Cognita, the global schools group. Cameron Vale is part of Forfar Education, a specialist school investment and advisory business, which partners with and manages schools across the world, supporting them to become outstanding centres of excellence for pupils of all ages to learn and grow. Forfar Education is committed to working in close partnership with school leadership for the benefit of all pupils, celebrating each school’s identity and strengths. Reports to: Head of Nursery Working Hours: 40 hours per week Holiday: 25 days annual leave plus bank holidays Accountabilities • To use specific training/knowledge of working with babies and children under two years old to support all children’s individual needs. • To support the team members to have the specific knowledge and skills required to work effectively with children of this age. • Formulate and operate a programme of activities that meet the individual needs and interests of children in your area in conjunction with other team members and the Manager • To keep records of your key children’s development and learning journeys, share this with parents, carers and other key adults in the child’s life and institute for parents, in conjunction with the Manager. • Support all team members with the early identification and intervention for children with possible special needs and give physical, emotional, intellectual guidance as appropriate. • Undertake appropriate supervision meetings/processes for all members in your team in conjunction with the nursery management approach. • Feed into appraisals, target and nursery operations as deemed appropriate by the Manager • Attend nursery management meetings and feed appropriate information back to your teams • Support all staff to engage in good team working • Support team members to seek out any training or support they may require to fulfil their roles and responsibilities • Support new team members through inductions in partnership with the Manager • Ensure all record keeping is accurate and up-to-date within your designated area, including learning journeys of all children in your room, sleep charts, accident forms, daily record sheets and any other forms/records required for the child’s welfare, learning and development. • Ensure room checks and outdoor checks are conducted in line with nursery procedures. • Liaise with and support parents and other family members • Liaise with the local authority and other professionals associated with the nursery • To be involved in out of working hours activities e.g. training, monthly staff meetings, parents evening, fundraising events etc. • Undertake certain domestic jobs within the nursery, e.g. preparation of snack meals, cleansing of equipment and such other duties and responsibilities of equivalent nature as may be determined from time to time by the Manager • Participate in training programmes with a wide variety of students (i.e. placements), by giving guidance and support • Work alongside the Manager and staff team to ensure that the nursery philosophy is fulfilled • Read, understand and adhere to all policies relevant to your role as deemed appropriate by the Manger. Support team members to do the same and ensure all policies and procedures are followed. • To ensure good standards of safety, hygiene and cleanliness are maintained at all times and be responsible for the health and safety standards appropriate the needs of young children. • Ensure someone known and agreed by the nursery and parent collects each child • To ensure confidentiality of all information received by all team members in your area. • To support and facilitate the preparation and completion of activities to suit each individual child’s stage of development and interests • To support all staff to develop their role within the team especially with regard as a key person • To ensure that meal times are a time of pleasant social sharing • Washing and changing children as required • Ensuring a poorly child is kept calm and warm and parents are notified immediately in order for the child to be collected • To develop and maintain strong partnerships and communications with parents/carers to facilitate dayto-day caring and early learning needs • To ensure the provision of a high-quality environment to meet the needs of individual children regardless of any disabilities, family backgrounds or medical history • To be aware of the high profile of the nursery and ensure all staff uphold its standards at all times, both within work hours and outside. • Work towards and support the school aims, values vision and the current school objectives outlined in the School Development Plan. • Support and contribute to the school’s responsibility for safeguarding pupils • Work within the school’s health and safety policy to ensure a safe working environment for staff, pupils and visitors • Maintain high professional standards of attendance, punctuality, appearance, conduct and positive, courteous relations with pupils, parents and colleagues. • Engage actively in the annual review process, supervision meetings and training and development opportunities available. • Undertake other reasonable duties related to the job purpose required from time to time. Undertaking any other duties which the Head may reasonably request This job description should be seen as enabling rather than restrictive and will be subject to regular review.
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Posted 23 days ago
Nursery early years practitioner
Independent School school in Kensington and ChelseaFull Time
5 Feb
Are you a passionate early years educator, delivering outstanding teaching and learning opportunities to meet the needs of all children. Can you instill a love of learning and curiosity? Cameron Vale School is a prestigious independent preparatory schools for approximately 70 pupils aged 4 to 11 years old. It has an excellent reputation for delivering an outstanding all-round education, including successful entry and scholarships to many of London’s top senior schools. It is an exciting time of change and growth for the school, with the addition of a Baby Room as part of the 50 week nursery, The Chelsea Nursery, which takes children from 6 months to pre-Reception. Cameron Vale is part of Forfar Education, a specialist school investment and advisory business, which partners with and manages schools across the world, supporting them to become outstanding centres of excellence for pupils of all ages to learn and grow. Forfar Education is committed to working in close partnership with school leadership for the benefit of all pupils, celebrating each school’s identity and strengths. Our staffing team are critical to the school’s continued success. Cameron Vale School and The Chelsea Nursery are looking for inspirational Early Years Practitioners to join the fabulous team. The nursery has recently been refurbished and continues to grow with provision for babies from 6 months in the Baby Room to Rising 4s getting ready to start school. Our EY staff play a crucial role in the future development and shaping of the learning environment, whilst promoting the 5 school values of courage, creativity, critical thinking, collaboration and curiosity. Based in London, Chelsea, the school is a home from home for our little learners whom we support and prepare for competitive London day schools by the time they reach Year 6. Our Early Years Practitioners Report to: Nursery Manager Working Hours: 40 hour week Holiday: 25 days annual leave plus bank holidays Salary: dependent on experience Accountabilities To ensure a high standard of physical, emotional, social and intellectual care for all children in their care. To have specific training/knowledge of working with babies and children under two years old in order to support their individual needs. To give support to other team members within their immediate room and the wider nursery. To work as part of a team in order to provide an enabling environment in which all individual children can play, learn and develop. To use specific training/knowledge of working with babies and children to support all children’s individual needs. To support the team members to have the specific knowledge and skills required to work effectively with children of this age. Formulate and operate a programme of activities that meet the individual needs and interests of children in your area in conjunction with other team members and the Manager To keep records of your key children’s development and learning journeys, share this with parents, carers and other key adults in the child’s life and institute for parents, in conjunction with the Manager. Support all team members with the early identification and intervention for children with possible special needs and give physical, emotional, intellectual guidance as appropriate. Undertake appropriate supervision meetings/processes for all members in your team in conjunction with the nursery management approach. Feed into appraisals, target and nursery operations as deemed appropriate by the Manager Attend nursery management meetings and feed appropriate information back to your teams Support all staff to engage in good team working Support team members to seek out any training or support they may require to fulfil their roles and responsibilities Ensure all record keeping is accurate and up-to-date within your designated area, including learning journeys of all children in your room, sleep charts, accident forms, daily record sheets and any other forms/records required for the child’s welfare, learning and development. Ensure room checks and outdoor checks are conducted in line with nursery procedures. Liaise with and support parents and other family members Liaise with the local authority and other professionals associated with the nursery To be involved in out of working hours activities e.g. training, monthly staff meetings, parents evening, fundraising events etc. Undertake certain domestic jobs within the nursery, e.g. preparation of snack meals, cleansing of equipment and such other duties and responsibilities of equivalent nature as may be determined from time to time by the Manager Participate in training programmes with a wide variety of students (i.e. placements), by giving guidance and support Work alongside the Manager and staff team to ensure that the nursery philosophy is fulfilled Read, understand and adhere to all policies relevant to your role as deemed appropriate by the Manger. Support team members to do the same and ensure all policies and procedures are followed. To ensure good standards of safety, hygiene and cleanliness are maintained at all times and be responsible for the health and safety standards appropriate the needs of young children. Ensure someone known and agreed by the nursery and parent collects each child To ensure confidentiality of all information received by all team members in your area. Specific childcare tasks To support and facilitate the preparation and completion of activities to suit each individual child’s stage of development and interests To support all staff to develop their role within the team especially with regard as a key person To ensure that meal times are a time of pleasant social sharing Washing and changing children as required Ensuring a poorly child is kept calm and warm and parents are notified immediately in order for the child to be collected To develop and maintain strong partnerships and communications with parents/carers to facilitate day-to-day caring and early learning needs To ensure the provision of a high-quality environment to meet the needs of individual children regardless of any disabilities, family backgrounds or medical history To be aware of the high profile of the nursery and ensure all staff uphold its standards at all times, both within work hours and outside. We very much look forward to hearing from you.
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Posted 24 days ago
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