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Early Years Practitioner

Inspired Education
Notting Hill, London
Competitive Salary
Closing date
23 Jun 2024

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Contract Type
Full Time
Qualified Practitioner, Teaching
Nursery, School

Early Years Practitioner

Inspired Education is the leading global group of premium schools, with a portfolio of over 110 premium private schools spanning six continents which utilise proven educational practices from every corner of the globe, ensuring over 85,000 students receive a world-class learning experience from Kindergarten to Year 13. In addition, we are delighted to be recognised in the top 10 highest value private companies in the UK by Beauhurst.

In over 25 countries, Inspired schools are individually developed and anchored in the vibrant cultures of their respective locations. They collectively form an international family of schools that nurtures each student's academic and personal development in a progressive, dynamic, and innovative learning environment.

By joining our award-winning team of over 12,000 employees, you can work in state-of-the-art facilities alongside industry-renowned educators and leaders in some of the world's most desirable locations. We invest heavily in our team members who enjoy industry-leading professional development, exceptional career opportunities, and mobility across our group.


Chepstow House School and Little Chepstow Nursery are seeking to appoint three Full Time Nursery Practitioners for Little Chepstow Nursery in September 2024. The candidates will have outstanding Early Years experience and be an enthusiastic and engaging professional. 

Chepstow House School is an established 3 form entry, Coed Prep with a nursery attached and outstanding facilities within the Notting Hill Gate area. It is a growing school offering opportunities for staff development and career progression. 

The aim of the school is to provide a broad and balanced curriculum that enables each child to achieve their full potential in a happy and caring environment. Chepstow House aims to discover the best in every child and challenge them to go beyond their expectations.


  • Support the smooth running of the teaching group and
  • Facilitate learning by supporting planning and teaching according to the areas set out in the E.Y.F.S
  • Organise the classroom and resources as appropriate to ensure the smooth running of the group and their learning experiences.
  • Have a clear understanding of what constitutes quality care and education and to have a thorough knowledge of child development and the E.Y.F.S.
  • Encourage child initiated tasks and provide differentiated work.
  • To demonstrate a thorough knowledge of safeguarding children.
  • To understand what constitutes good health & safety practices.
  • To ensure that best practice is employed within Early Years teaching.
  • To show personal and professional integrity and confidentiality.
  • To provide a warm, caring and stimulating environment for the children.
  • To provide an environment free from sexual and racial stereotyping.
  • To build strong links with parents.
  • To keep written records on key children and liaise with parents as required.
  • To write positive reports on child’s progress in line with school report writing policy.
  • To work effectively within a team giving support to colleagues.
  • To attend and contribute to Staff Meetings, training sessions and Inset Days.
  • To have a high regard for the culture of the school and Inspired Education Group.


  • Be an excellent classroom practitioner who values children.
  • Have high, though realistic expectations of the children.
  • Have a thorough up-to-date knowledge of the teaching year group curriculum.
  • Be IT literate and be able to use interactive whiteboard technology.
  • Be committed to making a difference to all children of all abilities and talents, using a variety of teaching styles to aid learning.
  • Be a committed, dynamic and pro-active teacher and a cheerful, friendly and cooperative member of the staff.
  • Be supportive and positive in their interactions with team members and pupils.
  • Maintain excellent levels of appearance, attendance and punctuality.
  • Involve themselves fully in the life of the school.
  • Value, and be willing to promote, the caring ethos of the school.


Inspired Education Group is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff, volunteers and other third parties to share this commitment. Safer recruitment practices and pre-employment background checks will be undertaken before any appointment is confirmed. 

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