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Moss Hall

Nursery School

Fixed-Term Mealtime Practitioner

Post: Fixed-Term Meal Time Practitioner

Address: Moss Hall Nursery School, 189 Nether Street, London, N3 1NR

Salary: £25,854 - £27,030 (FTE); £6316 - £6604 (Actual)

Hours of work: Monday-Friday-  11.15am-1.15pm

Deadline for applications: by 12 noon on Monday 10th  June 2024

Interview Date:  Monday 24th June 2024

Start and end date:  Monday 2nd September 2024 (fixed term for 1 year)


We are looking for a child centred, nurturing and committed meal time practitioner to join our team as the Nursery school enters the next stage of its development and expands its number of children.

We would welcome applications from those with experience of working/volunteering within a nursery school.

Moss Hall Nursery School is an outstanding and popular school. The children come from a rich variety of cultural backgrounds and they love to learn. The school is committed to a child centred pedagogy where children are engaged in rich and motivating learning experiences. Moss Hall Nursery School is set in a spacious Victorian building with an extensive, well-resourced outdoor learning environment. The staff team are experienced, enthusiastic and committed to providing an environment which supports active and independent learning. Close links with the adjoining infant and junior schools are maintained.  We have a strong and supportive Governing Body.

Applicants should:

  • Be motivated and engaging with young children
  •  Be committed to enable children to build the communication and independence skills

We can offer you:

  • A school which puts the interests of the children and their families first in all that we do.
  • A happy working environment with a supportive and hardworking team of staff
  • Children who are enthusiastic and eager to learn
  • A school that values creative and dynamic individuals and supports a cross curricular and creative learning approach
  • Close partnership working with parents/carers.

Applications can be obtained from:

We are committed to promoting equality and challenging discrimination. Barnet is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people, and vulnerable adults and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. This post will be subject to an Enhanced DBS Clearance.

Barnet operates stringent safer recruitment procedures and the Nursery will carry out online searches for shortlisted candidates as part of due diligence checks.