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Early Years Teacher/ Practitioner – ‘Ready for School’ Project – Chingford
Part-Time (0.5), 1 year fixed term
PO1-2 £31,794 – £35,991 pro rata (Inc LW) depending on experience
Closing date: 25th January 2019. Interviews will take place during the week of 4th February 2019.
The ‘Ready for School’ project is an innovative pilot that aims to prepare children from the Chingford Hall estate in Chingford to make a successful transition to school through a programme of home learning and co-ordinated family support, both pre-reception and during the first year of school.
The Lloyd Park Children’s Charity, on behalf of the partnership, are looking to appoint a talented teacher or early years professional to take the lead and bring this exciting project to life. The partnership comprises of Lloyd Park Children’s Charity, Peabody (the social landlord on the Chingford Hall Estate estate) The London Borough of Waltham Forest and Chingford Hall Primary School (the local school).
The project is funded by The Lloyd Park Children’s Charity and Waites Foundation and forms part of a wider provision of services for children and their families in the Valley ward.
There is a real enthusiasm about this project between the partners and a passion for giving children the best possible start to their lives. This is not a standard teaching role and would be an ideal opportunity for someone that is looking for part-time work with flexibility and can rise to the challenge of leading on a new project.