Our Early Years Educators create inspiring experiences for our children whilst establishing a nurturing environment and encouraging bravery and curiosity in their development.
As an Early Years Educator, you deliver the EYFS curriculum through child-led activities. You use your fun and creative flair to provide engaging learning opportunities for the children.
Early Years Educators have relevant child care qualifications at Level 3 or above, the experience of working in an Early Years setting, a good knowledge of safeguarding and child protection, and a positive and proactive attitude to work.
- Full and relevant child care qualification at level 3 or above.
- Strong knowledge of safeguarding, child protection and how this is monitored in a nursery setting.
- To champion LEYF’s values and advocate our mission to save the world one child at a time.
- To encourage a supportive team atmosphere and the ability to work together in a positive and compassionate way.
- To continually strive for best practice in yourself and inspiring others.
- To be dedicated in achieving the highest standard of education and care
- Have a passion for making a difference in their communities.
- A child centered approach to teaching using creative and exciting methods to engage and stimulate
- Finally, you must be prepared to feel loved, special and important to many young children and their families. There is no better feeling than watching that tiny 3 month old baby grow in to a well-educated pre-schooler preparing for big school!
About the nursery
Rated Outstanding by Ofsted, House of Commons Nursery and Pre-School provides Early Years education and care to children from birth to 5 years old. It is exclusively available to parents and carers with a permanent parliamentary pass.
You can find us on the Parliamentary Estate, close to Westminster tube. We’re a bright and spacious nursery.
Our children enjoy activities from science to woodwork and cooking, obstacle courses, sensory play and more. They also love to get outdoors – buying fruit and veg in Chinatown or climbing trees at St James’s Park.