At Hextable Kindergarten we believe that all
children should be able to learn and
in an environment that is playful, stimulating a
nd safe and where all children are valued as individuals.
Our aim is to provide opportunities for activities and experiences that will allow our children to progress in all areas of development while helping them to build positive relationships with other children and their families by encouraging the involvement of their parents.
The Kindergarten has been running for more than 40 years and our fantastic, caring and experienced team aim to provide the best environment in which our children can prepare for primary school.
Hextable Kindergarten has now been graded 'good' by Ofsted!
For more information please feel free to contact us or visit our website http://www.hextable-kindergarten.co.uk/
With warmest regards,
Kindergarten Practitioner Vacancies
St. Peter’s and St. Paul’s church are looking for two committed and enthusiastic practitioners with a good understanding of the EYFS curriculum and the role of a Key Worker, to join our team at Hextable Kindergarten. They need to be sympathetic to the Christian ethos of the Kindergarten.
At least one practitioner will need to hold an NVQ level 3 qualification in early years childcare or equivalent. The hours worked are negotiable, but at least 12 hours if qualified, including some afternoons.
Salary is negotiable, and dependent on qualification and experience
Hextable Kindergarten is a sessional preschool for children aged 2 ¼ - 4. We are aiming to offer the Government’s 30 hours provision.
The successful candidates will be required to undergo a DBS check before an appointment is confirmed.
Please contact St. Peter’s Church on 01322 662320, or email firstname.lastname@example.org for an application form and job description.
Closing date for applications : Tuesday 29th August
The Parochial Church Council acknowledges its responsibility for all work with children undertaken in the name of the church, and requires that both paid and volunteer workers are appointed and supported in accordance with the safer recruitment guidance by the Diocese of Rochester.