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Careers at The Spanish Nursery 

The Spanish Nursery and Children’s Centre for Culture and Language

team
(Our TSN team)

We are very proud of the level of expertise in childcare and child development that our teachers provide. All our staff have qualified teacher status, are CRB checked and have up to date child protection and paediatric first aid training. All our teachers speak Spanish as their native language and are also fluent in English.

If you are interested in a teaching position at TSN you will need to have at least NVQ level 2 and have working knowledge of Early Years Foundation Stage 2012 as well as experience in working with children in a similar setting. All posts are subject to a 6 months probation period reviewed regularly at 1, 3 and 6 months. Supervision is provided regularly by the childcare manager to ensure that practitioners receive the support they need in carying out their jobs.

TSN operates a comprehensive Recruitment and Safer Recruitment Policy. All our posts are adventised and there is a transparent competitive interviewing process. The posts are subject to CRB/DBS clearance and positive reference from previous employer.

Volunteering and apprenticeships

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(Volunteering opportunities at TSN)

At The Spanish Nursery and Children's Centre for Culture and Language we are committed to playing our role in the education and training of future Early Years practitioners. There are opportunities for volunteering in various projects if you are interested in becoming familiar with the EYFS or wants to share your skills and keep up to date with practice. If you are interested in volunteering opportunities, please e-mail at carmen@thespanishnursery.com

We will consider apprenticeships in the future. We are currently in negotiations with Erasmus International Student Programme to consider facilitating Spanish students who are training to become Early Years Practitioners, to do their placements with us, to learn about the Early Years Foundation Stage 2012, Development Matters and other statutory guidance which applies in Early Years in Uk. This will enhance their experience and hopefully future employment opportunities.